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On Zhou Dun-Yi’s Potential Thought of “Inner Tranquility and Outer Respect” from Song-Ming Confucian Scholars' Interpretations and Logical Thinking of Dingjing Skill
The Guanzi;inner tranquility and outer respect;Liu Ji-Shan;sincerity
|Issue Date:||2019-01-31 11:00:59 (UTC+8)|
The study penetrated deeply into the argument of Liu Ji-Shan to discuss the concept of tranquility of Zhu Xi, Wang Yang-Ming, Luo Nian-An and Liu Ji-Shan in the Song and Ming dynasties. It concluded that Liu Ji-Shan’s practical system of “respect leads to sincerity; sincerity makes one close to Nature” was a practical mode with the combination of respect and tranquility. Last but not the least, the author further compared the mode of “inner tranquility and outer respect” with Tongshu and ‘Prolog to Yangxing Pavilion’ and found that Zhou Dun Yi certainly possessed the thought of “inner tranquility and outer respect.” The finding also urged the author to infer that Zhou Dun-Yi spread out his practical system of Dingjing skill with the form of “inner tranquility and outer respect”.
|Relation:||國立政治大學哲學學報, 41, 93-142|
|Appears in Collections:||[政治大學哲學學報 THCI Core] 期刊論文|
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