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|Other Titles: ||A Preliminary Study of Gu Yawu's Critique to Zhu Xi's Theory|
|Authors: ||趙剛;Zhao Gang|
|Abstract: ||The Ch'ing K'ao-cheng Movement have been variouly interpreted, basically there are two interpretations to answer the problem. One interpretation, represented by Liang Qi-chao, sees this movement as germinating from the chin - shih trend prevalent in the early ch'ing period. Another interpretation, represented by Yu Yinh-shih, sees this movement as germinating from the inner growth of the Sung-Ming Neo-Confucian tradition. In order to support their own version, both Liang and Yu cited Gu Yan-wu's version of "Neo-Confucian" as one of the most crucial evidences. Yu, for example, thought that Gu Yan-wu belonged to Zhu Xi school, and used evidential research as the tool to support the Chen-zhu school.|
In this paper, the auther analyzes Gu's critial attitude toward Zhu Xi's phylosophy and his classical research, at the same time points out, in contrast with Zhu Xi's depreciation of chin-shih version, Gu Yan-wu tried to elavete chin-shih version to the central position of the Confucianism.
The evidential research was used as the tool of his chin-shih research. Therefore, Yu's analyze about Gu's version was fallible. As a very examplification, Gu's attitude toward the the Cheng-zhu school clearly demonstrated that the rise of Ch'ing Confucian intellectualism resulted rather from chin-shih trend than from the inner growth of the Sung-Ming Neo-Confucian tradition.
Key Words: Gu Yan-wu, Zhu Xi, Ka'o-cheng movement
|Appears in Collections:||[01 清華學報] 新25卷第1期|
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