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Opposing "Shi Xu"or Not? "Maoshi Li Huang jijie's"Standpoint on Explaining "Shijing"
Li Shu;Huang Chun;"Maoshi Li Huang jijie";"Shijing";"Shi Xu"
|Issue Date: ||2014-12-08T04:18:07Z
The ways of explaining "Shijing" experienced a breakthrough in the Northern Song dynasty. Researchers such as Ouyang Xiu, Wang Anshi and Su Shi have been noted for their contributions. However, through the "Maoshi Li Huang jijie", written by Li Shu and Huang Chun, we learn that studies on the "Shijing" in the beginning of Southern Song didn’t necessarily emphasize new sayings and overlook old ones.Regarding "Maoshi Li Huang jijie", most previous research tends to give it some impressionistic criticism based on bibliographical monographs such as "Zhi Zhai shulu jieti" and "Siku quanshu zongmu tiyao". However, later research came to two different conclusions, insisting either that "Maoshi Li Huang jijie" strictly complies with "Shi Xu", or that Li Shu opposed "Shi Xu" but Huang Chun favored it. Therefore, this study analyzes Li’s and Huang’s comments on the "Shi Xu" to see what their real standpoint is. Furthermore, it shows how the impact of anti-"Shi Xu" thought that emerged in Northern Song affected the opinion on "Shijing" in the beginning of Southern Song. It is found that Li Shu criticized some sayings on the "Shi Xu", but Huang Chun retained a more traditional approach.
|Relation: ||臺大文史哲學報, 76: 1-27|
|Appears in Collections:||[國文學系] 期刊論文|
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