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    Title: 告別理學:顧炎武對朱學的批判
    Other Titles: A Preliminary Study of Gu Yawu's Critique to Zhu Xi's Theory
    Authors: 趙剛;Zhao Gang
    Date: 1995/03
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,1995,new,v.25,n.1,p01.
    Keywords: 朱學
    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
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=207
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