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The Employment of the Learning of Principle in Interpreting Shijing in Yan Can's Shiji and Its Significances in the History of the Learning of Classics
Yan Can;Shiji;Shijing;The learning of Classics;The learning of rinciple;Masters Cheng and Zhu;The history of the learning of Classics
|Issue Date: ||2012-10-25T08:35:08Z
Due to Yan-Can (嚴粲)'s absolute obedience to the first sentence in the Shih-Shiu (詩序), researchers' understanding to the Shiji (詩緝) is stereotypically restricted on the former doctrine of the poetic works. Nevertheless, Yan-Can (嚴粲)'s literary perspective on some certain poetic volumes has also inevitably fetched scholars' attentions. At the same time, through our thorough analysis on the Shiji (詩緝), we also have found that Yan-Can (嚴粲) had had a perspective derived from the Confucian School, which was developed by the Song Study specialists, and well applied those specialists' methods into his own interpretation to the Classic. The reasons, why Yan-Can (嚴粲) could discuss the poems with rational principles, are partly because of his already cultivated articulation on the Confucian School, and partly because of his attempt on the succession to the Song Study specialists. We can not only appreciate Yan-Can (嚴粲)'s attainments on the Confucian School from his writings, but also trace down the influence of the contemporary tendency on him. Then we can furthermore extend our horizon over the correlation between the Song Study and the Classic. In conclusion, it is imperative, in evaluating the performance of Yan-Can (嚴粲)'s Shiji (詩緝), to integrate the Classic, the Song Study and his rational principles so as to obtain an impartial and reliable result.
|Relation: ||國文學誌, 11: 85-114|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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