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Discourses on Chiao Hsun's New Philosophy of Principle by Yi (Change)
Diaogulo Yi Books Ⅰ-Ⅲ;Generalization;Authority in terms of trends;Contingency;Integrity of righteousness and profits
|Issue Date: ||2012-11-22T06:28:27Z
Chiao Hsun not only was a master good at Yi (Change) but also inherited Dai Chen's new philosophy of principle. Amidst so many new philosophy of principle scholars in Ching Dynasty, Dai Chen was the most significant representative to modern researchers in terms of traditional Confucian thoughts.
Besides inheriting the new philosophy of principle stated by Dai Chen, Chiao also integrated ideas of Yi and new philosophy of principle and therefore stressed contingency for both benevolence and righteousness. His assertion is a novel idea that integrates righteousness and profits with no hindrance to the former. Also, through Yi, he stated the authority in terms of trends and contingency. Thus, this paper discusses the contingency of Yi and new philosophy of principle and discourses his generalization on intelligence, disposition on natural humanity and contingency on praxis; moreover, his focus on practicality and experience is presented to stress his ideas on non-metaphysic mode and moral productivity.
|Relation: ||興大中文學報, 26: 95-132|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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