fl. c. 270 b.c.
Chinese philosopher who developed a system of five elements: earth, water, fire, metal, and wood. The system of elements, which was associated with the idea of the opposing yin and yang forces, became the basis of the Chinese Naturalist school. These concepts later spread to Korea and other parts of East Asia.
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