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Shih Jing Annotates My Thought, and My Thought Annotates Shih Jing: A Another Study of Yang Jian's Ci Hu Shi Zhuan
The philosophy of mind;Lu Jiu-Yuan;Yang Jian;Ci Hu Shi Zhuan;Ci Hu Yi Shu
|Issue Date: ||2012-10-25T08:39:49Z
Yang Jian is the most important student of the Southern Song Dynasty Confucianism researcher Lu Jiu-Yuan, he inherited and reformed Lu's philosophy of mind, and founded the metaphysical theory of whole significance. Yang Jian works as a scholar of philosophy of mind who actually owned many performances of interpreting Chinese Classics. Ci Hit Shi Zhuan is one of these famous works. This paper observes the interpretive pattern of Ci Hu Shi Zhuan, point out how did Yang Jian apply the philosophy of mind to annotate Shih Jing, survey his criticism to Mao Shi Xii and his free style interpretation, in order to find the special manner, in the end we point out that there is a so called "critical reading" in the West, we may borrow from this theory, esteem that Yang Jian used this kind of way to expand the sences of the poetry, though these new sences of the poetry could not bring reaction too much, but could arrouse echoes from the lovers of philosophy of mind and Chinese Classical Studies in different Age, had had a certain extent position in history of the Shi Jing Studies.
|Relation: ||東吳中文學報, 21: 147-172|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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