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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新35卷第1期 >  從觀察論孔子思想的經歷基礎、方法與性格

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    Title: 從觀察論孔子思想的經歷基礎、方法與性格
    Other Titles: Observation: On the Experiential Basis, Approach, and Character of Confucius's Thought
    Authors: 勞悅強;Yuet Keung Lo
    Date: 2005/06
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2005,new,35n.1,p73.
    Keywords: 孔子思想
    Abstract: Scholars of Confucian thought tend to focus on explicating logical sistency and interpretive

    extrapolation when they discuss the philosop Confucius. In so doing, they often overlook the

    basic fact that idea are abstract formulations and articulations of concrete experiences in real life

    which include cognitive, perceptual, emotive processes that are private in the personal psyche,

    as well as interpersonal interactions negotiated in the social sphere. To avoid reducing the

    holistic person of Confucius to a conceptual structure of ideas, this essay attempts to

    demonstrate that the thought of Confucius was solidly grounded in, albeit not confined to, crete

    lived experiences, which were acquired by means of observation and formulated and articulated

    in abstract concepts that were simulated in the written language. Holistically, then, observation

    formed the basis of the thought of Confucius, served as his basic approach to human

    understanding, and characterized his thinking. This essay also shows that the perfection of

    observational skills, which were physically revealed in extraordinary visual and aural

    understanding, was integral to Confucius's concept of the sage.
    Key words: Confucius, the Analects, observation, the art of observing people, experience,

    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=8
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