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Godly depression;Zhu Dan-Xi;No desire;Tranquility proposition;Tai Ji Tu Shuo
|Issue Date:||2016-08-11 16:47:11 (UTC+8)|
As Zhu Dan-Xi attempted to make people implement the skill and theory of Confucianism in the hope that they could preserve their energy and prevent depression, Zhu boldly integrated the appeal of Zhuzi's “human minds obey Dao” and Zhou Dun-Yi's “tranquility is the main focus” in his Theory of Ministerial Fire and proposed the argument of “human minds obey Dao, and tranquility is the main focus.”\r However, with respect to the interpretation history of Confucian scholars during the Song and Ming Dynasty pertaining to the skill of stability and tranquility of Zhou Dun-Yi, after the theory of stability and tranquility was interpreted by Cheng Yi, Cheng Hao and Zhuzi, it tended to explain “tranquility” with “respect,” which implies that as long as one could conduct the skill of stability and halt which was achieved by keeping respect in mind, the state of mind referred to by “tranquility” could be reached, and it was not required to have another tranquility to take the lead. Therefore, why did Zhu Dan-Xi add Zhou Dun-Yi’s no-desire thought “tranquility is the main focus” to the respect keeping skill of Zhuzi’s “human minds obey Dao?” Was it because Zhu Dan-Xi who was a doctor had a more appropriate and practical cognition under a body viewpoint where five fires and ministerial fire coexisted? This is an issue the study would probe into. In view of this, to profoundly comprehend a connecting clue between the proposition of school of principle and medical treatment in Zhu Dan-Xi’s thought, I first spread out the basic look of “the structure of godly depression thinking” in Zhu Dan-Xi’s medical science to provide researchers of school of principle with a kind of medical reference. Based on this, I organized the skill of stability and tranquility interpreted by the school of principle to manifest the actual context provided by Zhu’s structure of godly depression thinking under the interpretation of the skill of stability and tranquility. Last but not least, I constructed the medical interpretation system of Zhou Dun-Yi’s stability and tranquility skill and its modern meaning under the argument.
|Relation:||政治大學哲學學報, 35, 37-80|
The national Chengchi university philosophical
|Appears in Collections:||[政治大學哲學學報 THCI Core] 期刊論文|
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