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|Title:||An analysis on Han Yuanzhen's Survey of the Sameness and Differences of Zhu Xi's Discourses (Zhuzi yanlun tongyikao) -Taking Great Learning (Daxue) and Doctrine of the Mean (Zhongyong) as the Surveying Range|
Han Won-Jin;Survey of the Sameness and Differences of Zhu Xi's Discourses (Zhuzi yanlun tongyikao);Zhu Xi;Four Books;Confucianism in Korea
|Issue Date:||2018-02-07 13:50:16 (UTC+8)|
Han Won-Jin (1682-1751), an outstanding scholar of Yulgok School, learned ＂principle (li)＂ from ＂material-force (qi)＂ and then interpreted ＂mind (xin)＂ base on ＂principle.＂ He had clear theoretical standpoint and argued the issue titled ＂Sameness or Differences between Human Nature and Animal Nature＂ with his fellow, Lee Gan (1677-1727). Their arguments formed Huluo Debate, an important academic discussion in Korea. In fact, through investigating the ordinance of Confucianism, annotations on classics, and historical texts, Han composed Survey of the Sameness and Differences of Zhu Xi's Discourses (Zhuzi yanlun tongyikao). There are six volumes and thirty-nine categories in this book, which is also attached Questions on Annotations of Analects of Confucius and Mencius (Lunmeng zhangju huowen). Since the system of Zhu Xi's doctrine is very extensive, I take Great Learning (Daxue) and Doctrine of the Mean (Zhongyong) as the surveying range to analyze Han Yuanzhen's explanations of Zhu Xi's letters, dicta, and annotations on classics. In this paper, I will clarify Zhu Xi's academic achievement and lifelong thinking process according to the interpretations of researchers of Zhu Xi's works, who proved Zhu's ideas through Zhu's own discourses or even quoted Zhu's words to compare with Lu Jiuyuan's explanations. Their careful studies, which distinguish between Philosophy of Principle (lixue) and Philosophy of Mind (xinxue), as well as Han School and Song School, help readers to understand Zhu Xi's thought correctly. They not only established the subject of Zhu's study in Korea but also carried forward Zhu's study unceasingly.
|Relation:||東華漢學, No.26期, pp.65-106|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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