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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新30卷第3期 >  學術與政治之間:試論秦皇漢武思想政策的歷史意義

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    Title: 學術與政治之間:試論秦皇漢武思想政策的歷史意義
    Other Titles: Between Scholarship and Politics: A Reflection on the Thought Policy in the Beginning of Imperial China
    Authors: 王健文;Chien-wen Wang
    Date: 2000/09
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2000,new,v.30,n.3,p253.
    Keywords: 秦皇漢武
    Abstract: ABSTRACT
    There were some importent concepts in Confucian thought such as "Dao/Shih (ifj/^)" "scholarship/politics (-'Mif ftit'?)" "scholar/bureaucracy, teacher/officer (f;-1 V',' - flip '10" "Saint King (JI,L! 10". Sometimes they were in opposition, and sometimes they were in unity. Investigating the origin of those conceptual pairs, we can find that they had been in unity conceptually and realistically in Feng-Chien (l-J'll!) era, and they splited following the collapse of Feng-Chien system (ANl'i'ili'llv!).
    After the split, the memory of the unity of those concepts got to be an imaginatve ideal and to be the symbol of a good old time. Both of the emperors and the scholars expected the reunion in the dawn of Imperial China. Fen-Shu-Keng-Ju (^tib'ii'ti) by Ch'in-Shih-IIuang (Mi'U) and Pa-Ch'u-Pai-Chia Tu-tsun-Ju-Shu (fOH'lT^ ffiC'Mli'.'Htt) by Ilan-Wu-Ti (rKn^Y?) tried to reunite those polarities, the political order and the culture order met each other after separation for hundreds of years.
    The meeting of scholar and politics gave rise to questions which got to be a great puzzle of Confucian thought in traditional China. Which was priority between scholar and politics? Which was the dominating sector between political order and culture order? How they constuctecl the connective system from officer to scholar or from scholar to officer? Could we find an effective method to transform a King ( k ft) to be a Saint (??--'A,)?
    Key words: scholarship, politics, political order, culture1 order, Tao-shu, Saint/King, Kuan-Shih-Chih-Chiao
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=126
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