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    Title: 上博楚簡《相邦之道》的整體結構
    Other Titles: An Interpretation of the Whole Argumentative Structure of ";Xiangbang Zhi Dao";相邦之道 (The Way of the Prime Minister) in the Shanghai Musemun Bamboo Manuscripts
    Authors: 淺野裕一;Yuichi Asano
    Date: 2005/12
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2005,new,35n.2,p283.
    Keywords: 楚簡
    Abstract: ABSTRACT
    The interpretation of the whole argumentative structure of "Xiangbang Zhi Dao" 相邦之道 (The

    Way of the Prime Minister) in the Shanghai Museum bamboo strips is largely predicated on an

    understanding of its last two characters: 女言西. Cheung Kwong-yue (Zhang Kuang-yu) reads

    these characters as "ru si" 如斯(like this), but such an interpretation does not allow us to

    understand the meaning of Confucius' response to Lord Ai. Moreover, such a remark would

    probably not appear at the end of an argument.
    Instead, I try to read these characters as "ru cha" 汝察 (understand by yourself). On the basis of

    this textual reading, we can divide the whole argument into five stages: (1) the question by Lord

    Ai of the state of Lu on what "the way of the prime minister" is; (2) the answer by Confucius; (3)

    Lord Ai's question about the rule of his people; (4) the answer by Confucius; and (5) a dialogue

    between Confucius and his disciple Zi Gong after Confucius' return from Lord Ai's palace. Since

    these argumentative steps resemble that of "Lu bang da han" (The Long Drought of the State of

    Lu), which is included in the same Shanghai Museum bamboo strips, it is fairly probable that

    these two essays were written by the same author.
    Key words: Xiangbang Zhi Dao, Shanghai Museum bamboo strips, Chu bamboo manuscripts,

    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=45
    Appears in Collections:[01 清華學報] 新35卷第2期

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