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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新31卷第1、2期 >  形而上與形而下:以隱顯為中心的理解─王船山道器之辨的哲學闡釋

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    Title: 形而上與形而下:以隱顯為中心的理解─王船山道器之辨的哲學闡釋
    Other Titles: The Metaphysical and the Under-metaphysical: An Interpretation on Wang Fuzhi's Differentiation between Tao and Qi
    Authors: 陳贇;Yun Chen
    Date: 2001/03
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2001,new,v.31,n.1-2,p37.
    Keywords: 形而上
    王船山。the Metaphysical and the Under-metaphysical, Tao and Qipresence and absence, Weizhi and zhiwei, Wang fuzhi
    Abstract: The differentiation between the metaphysical and the under-metaphysical or the difference between Tao and Qi has been the basic ontological distinction in ancient Chinese philosophy since The Great Trea-tise put forth the saying that the metaphysical would see as Tao and the under-metaphysical as Qi. As the conclusion of ancient Chinese Philosophy,Wang Fuzhi's teaching advanced a new understanding of the above problem which based on the two presuppositions as follows: Firstly, The Creat Trea-tz'se is found not on Being and Non-being, but on Absence and Presence which means that the above distinction must be understood in the horizon of absence and presence (the visible and the invisible); Secondly, in The Great Treatise, the word 'Weizhi' (謂之) and 'Zhiwei' (之謂) has some essential dis-tinction and the usage of tWeizhi' shows that the differentiation between the metaphysical and the under-metaphysical cannot be understood without the existence of human being. This thesis will reconstruct the difference between Tao and Qi from these two principles. I believe that for Wang Fuzhi, the metaphysical and the under-metaphysical are two different life-forms in the essential sense, at the same time, they are the objects of the two lifeforms. On other words, the metaphysical is the activity of mind, the meditating and object, the absent while the under-metaphysical is practice and its object, the present.
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=118
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