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Oxymoronic Relation , Lao Tzu's Choice Vs. George W. Bush's Government

Summary: It provides a comparative/contrast essay, between how a ruler should be by the teachings of Lao Tzu's book "The Tao Te Ching" and the way George W. Bush governed the U.S. last year.
According to Webster's dictionary, an Oxymoron is a rhetorical figure in which incongruous or contradictory terms are combined, and based on the 17th chapter of the Tao Te Ching, I will argue on this essay, that George W. Bush's is nearly the opposite of the leader that applies Lao Tzu's and Tao Te Ching's and how George Bush's legacy goes straightly opposite of the legacy that Lao Tzu tries to teach. So by being consequent to the past two sentences, what I will argue is that George W. Bush's legacy and way of government and Lao Tzu's teaching of how to govern and the legacy of a governor are exactly one oxymoron, and that is what I will call from now the oxymoronic relation.

Just by looking at the first line of chapter seventeen, we start to see the contradiction between the Tao Te Ching and George Bush's...

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