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    Title: 文化的自我轉型—戴震與尼采
    Other Titles: Cultural Self-Transformation-Dai Zhen and Nietzsche
    Authors: 劉滄龍;Tsang-long Liu
    Date: 2008/06
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2008,new,v.38,n.2,p209.
    Keywords: 文化
    cultural self-transformation
    cultural critique
    philosophy of body
    Abstract: 本文試圖對比地探討戴震(1724-1777)與尼采(1844-1900)的文化批判所蘊涵之文化自我轉型的策略,期望藉由此一對照能夠揭示出戴震與尼采如何面對他們所屬的文明傳統(儒家與柏拉圖―基督教文明)所遭遇的文化危機,並藉由不同的途徑來達到文化自我轉型的目的。筆者嘗試指出,他們所進行的文化改造工作不約而同地替其後的文化發展指出了一個共同的轉折方向,他們的文化批判也同時是一種思想結構轉型的要求與實驗。
    In a period of cultural crisis, a significant mission of philosophers is to provide a framework for the re-establishment of cultural self-identity. The purpose of this framework is to facilitate the self-transformation of cultures, and the aim of this is to regain the ground of legitimation for the sake of cultural evolution. This paper compares the cultural critique of Dai Zhen (1724-1777) and Nietzsche (1844-1900) and explores the cultural self-transformation strategies which are implied in their cultural critiques. I describe how these two philosophers faced the crisis of their own culture (Confucianism and Platonism-Christianity) and what approaches they used to transcend their culture. We can draw a parallel between Dai Zhen's efforts and Nietzsche's efforts to reconstruct their own cultural traditions. There are some similarities to be found in their cultural reconstructions, which also signify a transformation of thought structure. The cultural critiques of Dai Zhen and Nietzsche implicitly put forth the following:
    1. an emphasis on the individual
    2. an emphasis on the naturalness of the human being
    3. the body as a basis for human conduct.
    These require a refutation of the transcendental identity of the norm but an acceptance of the empirical aspects of human nature. On the one hand, Dai Zhen and Nietzsche emphasize the concreteness and particularity of the individual; on the other hand, they try to provide a necessary code of conduct from the perspective of naturalistic holism, using the body as a basis for human conduct. We examine whether the cultural critiques of Dai Zhen and Nietzsche can be seen as a test of the philosophy of body to provide a code of conduct for every individual. There are two possible outcomes for this trial: either Dai Zhen and Nietzsche can achieve their goal of cultural self-transformation, or, the revaluations of their cultural matrices are nothing but an accelerated destruction of cultural and traditional core values.
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=907
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