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Title: 從理學觀點看楊簡解《易》之特色
Neo-Confucianist Viewpoints of the Characteristics of Yang Jian’s Annotation of the Classic of Changes
Authors: 簡澤峰
Keywords: 楊簡;易經;詮釋;心學;主「一」
Yang Jian;Classic of Changs;Annotation;The school of mind;The principle of“one”
Date: 2012-03
Issue Date: 2012-11-22T04:32:38Z
Publisher: 彰化師範大學文學院
Abstract: 理學的發展造就了宋代的學術特色,與前代相比,最大的特色就在於學者們賦
者,其詮解的經典涵蓋了《詩經》《易經》《春秋》《論語》《孝經》等,約共79 卷,
The development of neo-confucianism determined the academic characteristics of
the Song Dynasty. Compared with the previous generation, the most important is that
scholars have different interpretations of the classics, especially for the aspects of
disposition, heavenly principle and so on. Because of the stimulus and influence of
Buddhism and Taoism, many confucianists tried to find from traditional classics, new
thoughts to be assessed side by side with Buddhism and Taoism, and had been more
actively developing new meaning for classics.
As a disciple of Lu Jiuyuan, a master in the school of mind, Yang Jian is one of the
few scholars who is actively engaged in classic annotation. The classics he annotated
include the Classic of Poetry, Classic of Changes, Spring and Autumn Annals, The
Analects, Classic of Filial Piety, etc., a total of 79 volumes. Yet, he was much criticized
because of his unusual viewpoint. Yang’s Annotation of the “Classic of Changes”,
referred to as Yang’s Annotation below, is one of his works which had received severe
criticism. The editor of “Siku Quanshu” (the Imperial Collection of Four), for instance,
put forward different opinions from Yang’s when discussing his annotation of Classic of
Changes. Whether Siku Quanshu Zongmu Tiyao (Summary of Imperial Library) is
objective or not, its argument represented the opinion held by the majority of scholars,
general impression of Yang’s Annotation.
With the criticism based on impression, it is not possible to see the truth of this
annotation, nor to get the whole picture of it. Therefore this study aimes to analyze Yang’s
Annotation by looking at his method of interpretation and to discuss the characteristic, as
well as flaws, of this work. Through thorough reading and sorting, the researcher would
start from the saying of “unifying ten-thousand with one” to make clear the connotation
of “one” and the possible difficulties when interpreting the Classic of Changes with
Relation: 彰化師範大學文學院學報, 5: 19-36
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