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Huei Dong and Establishment of Paradigm of Sinology of Confucianism in Qing Dynasty Zhang Lizhu, Professor of Department of Chinese LIterature, National Changhua University of Education
Hang study paradigm;Textual criticism study of classics;Reservation of old meanings;New Annotations to the Thirteen Classics
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-22T06:28:23Z
Qing Dynasty saw the renaissance of Confucianism. In the long evolution of Confucianism, the Five Classics and Four Books traditions played important roles respectively in the past. In the academic development of close to 1,000 years in Song, Ming and Qing Dynasties, Qing study, after Confucianism in Song and Ming Dynasties is the succession of Confucianism in return of that in the earlier two dynasties. Therefore, Confucianists in Qing Dynasty have great esteem for Confucianists and their interpretations in Hang Dynasty. They teach with such interpretation in order to pass on the study of the sage.
The pioneer of promoting Hang Dynasty study in Qing Dynasty is Huei Dong. Through ancient meanings, he interpreted exegical of Confucianism to establish the paradigm of Confucianism in Qing Dynasty and set the example of universally-followed textual criticism in Qianlong and Jiaqing periods. Huei Dong composed a great number of works with excellent ways. Textual criticism in Qianlong and Jiaqing later became the paradigm of Qing study. It also further established the new interpretations of Confucianism paradigm besides Qing Confucianists in Annotations to the Thirteen Classics in the tradition of Jin and Tang Dynasties. Huei Dong is the one who succeeded the tradition and set the new climate.
|Relation: ||中國學術年刊, 31_1(春季號): 35-60|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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