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A New Look at Fu Guang's Shi Tong Zi Wen
Zhu Xi;Shi Ji Chuan;Shi Xu Bian Shui;Fu Guang;Shi Tong Zi Wen
|Issue Date: ||2012-10-25T08:39:13Z
In the historical interpretive tradition of the Shi Jing [Book of Songs or Classic of Poetry], Zhu Xi's Shi Ji Zhuan is considered a third great milestone, building on the accomplishments of the classic Mao Shi Zhuan-Jian, and the Mao Shi Zheng Yi. Aside from the Shi Ji Zhuan, Zhu Xi wrote Shi Xu Bian Shuo, and Shi Zhuan Gang Ling, all vital works for researching Zhu Xi's interpretation of the Shi Jing. Fu Guang was L� Zu-Qian's former student, and later became a student of Zhu Xi. Fu Guang wrote Shi Tong Zi Wen, strongly criticizing the Shi Xu [Great Preface to the Songs]. Many scholars of past generations have considered Shi Tong Zi Wen to belong to or continue the "School of Zhu Xi," but viewing it simply as such misses Fu Guang's own purposeful striving and accomplishments. This paper analyzes the method and character of Fu Guang's interpretation of the Shi Jing, and explains the significance of Shi Tong Zi Wen in the of Shi Jing interpretive tradition. The main content of Shi Tong Zi Wen, as well as the "Xiao Xu" and the "Shi Zhuan Gang Ling" sections correspond largely to Zhu Xi' three works; it is extremely clear that Fu Guang is intent on following Zhu Xi's system of Shi Jing study, and Fu Guang quotes Zhu Xi's three works extensively. Thus, Fu Guang's work can be seen as a supplement to Zhu Xi's. However, Fu Guang's promotes and improves on the methodology used in Zhu Xi's work on the Shi Jing, with important and tangible accomplishments. The value of Shi Tong Zi Wen clearly transcends the label of works viewed simply as "auxiliary aids to Zhu Xi's scholarship."
|Relation: ||臺大中文學報, 32: 325-358|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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