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|Title:||On Lin Li's Gua-Xiang Theory of Using Xiang Through Bagua in Zhouyi Jingzhuan Jijie|
Lin Li;Zhouyi Jingzhuan Jijie;Xiang-Shu;Gua-Xiang;Taiji
|Issue Date:||2018-06-13 12:01:21 (UTC+8)|
Lin Li's diverse application of Gua-Xiang is one of distinguishing features of his Yi theory and his view on Xiang-Shu. Lin acknowledges the necessity of the use of Xiang with the idea ＂Yi is Xiang.＂ He emphasizes that the ways to obtain Xiang from Yi are too many to be enumerated. Whether Yi is viewed as a divination system or an academic discipline, Xiang is the essential element of the system or discipline. Lin's application of Xiang through Bagua is based on Shuoguazhuang, and further derives from it a great number of Gua-Xiang and applies them widely. By differentiating Xiang of various things and deciding on their resapective gua-yao-ci, Lin formulates his own theory of the application of Xiang. The present study aims to explore the content of Lin's application of Gua-Xiang, including the method of deriving Bagua from Taiji, the interaction of 64 Gua and their changing relationship, then to discuss the issues of the natural truth of establishing Xiang through Bagua, the major use of Xiang through Bagua, the match and correlation of Xiang through Bagua, the use of Xiang through Bagua regarding directions, seasons, and Wu Xing (the Five Elements), and the derivation of multiple Gua and the consistence of Gua-yao-wei, and finally to offer a brief analysis and evaluation of Lin's Gua-Xiang theory, hoping to provide a better understanding of the role Lin's theory plays in the development of Yixue.
|Relation:||東華漢學, No.第25期, pp.81-132|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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