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A New Study of Wang Fuzhi's Learning of Shijing
Wang Fuzhi;Wang Chuanshan;Shijingbeishu;Shijingkaoyi;Xieyunbian;Shiguangzhuan;History of the Learning of Confucian classics;History of the learning of Shijing;Sinology and the learning of the school of Song
|Issue Date: ||2014-12-08T04:17:54Z
Wang Fuzhi's study of Shiji includes four works, the Shijingbeishu (4 juans), the Shijingkaoyi (1 juan), the Xieyunbian, and the Shiguangzhuan (5 juans). Through a new study of Wang Fuzhi's learning of Shying, this article discovers the fact that Wang's learning of Shying reveals not a syncretism but rather a trend of bifurcation in the methods used in Wang's work.
That is to say the works of Shijingbeishu, Shijingkaoyi and Xieyunbian reveal an employment of pure Sinological research method and approach. However, Wang's Shiguangzhuan reveals the "philosophical new approach" which the school of Song Learning prefers. Therefore, we can infer that Wang Fuzhi's study of Shying employs two different research methods. This is an approach of double employment of both the sinological method and the philosophical method. Wang Fuzhi employed both the sinological and the philosophical methods in his study and had these two different kinds of abilities. However, his works on Shying reveals separate employment of these two methods. Therefore the above-mentioned method of double employment is not a syncretism of the two methods but rather a kind of separate employment in different works. Double employment of these two methods does not result in conflict as these methods simply have no mutual connection in Wang's employment in his study of Shying. From such a perspective of double employment, we can explain Wang's influence and the rise and fall of his status in the Qing dynasty. We hope to provide a new dimension in the study of the history of the learning of Confucian classics.
|Relation: ||國文學誌, 8: 299-322|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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