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|Title alternative ||:||On the interpretation of "Chiki" and "Kakubutsu"|
|Authors ||:||安里, 彦紀|
|Authors alternative ||:||Asato, Hikonori|
|Issue Date ||:||Jun-1959 |
|Abstract ||:||The Daigaku, reported to be a work of Soshi, is the book that gives us the most systematic and accurate idea on the philosophy of Confusianism. Shushi, a
confucianist of the So era, believing the Daigaku to be the most important canon of Confucianism, wrote his Daigaku Shoku, in which he added his interpretation of "chichi" and "kakubutsu", two of the eight articles of the: Daigaku. for these two articles had been left unexplained by the original author of the Daigaku. However, Oyomei, a scholas of the Min era, maintained the opinion that such interpretation by Shushi was a superfluity. This difference in the theories of these two scholars appears to show the difference in their philosophies and thinking approaches.
The purpose of this paper is to clarify the difference of the philosophies and hinking approaches of Shushi and Oyomei, by way of annalyzing their interpretations of "chichi" and "kakubutsu".
(1) Clarified the contents of the Daigaku and the evaluation of its role in Confucianism.
(2) Clarified the philosophy of Shushi in his "kakubutsu" and "kyuri" thought.
(3) Clarified the philosophy of Oyomei's "shin shoku ri" thought.
(4) Through analyses of these two scholars' interpretations of "kakubutsu" and "chichi" of the Daigaku. it was clarified that Shushi stood on the basis of positivism or empiricism while Oyomei on that of idealism.|
|Type Local ||:||紀要論文|
|Citation ||:||研究集録 no.3 p.1 -10|
|Appears in Collections||:||No.3 (1959/6)|
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