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|Other Titles:||Hsiung Shih-li's Conceptualism of Final Conclusion|
Unity in essence and action;Final conclusion;Ch'ien K'un Yen
|Issue Date:||2016-05-23 14:26:18 (UTC+8)|
In Hsin Wei Shih Lun, Hsiung Shih-li presents the theory of “unity in essence and action” which has its own significance and undeniable value; however, the argument between Confucianism and Buddhism caused by this theory and Hsiung’smodification of his original ideas reveal that there is a need for reexamination on it.Although his later works, such as Yuan Ju, T’i Yung Lun, Ming Hsin P’ien and Ch’ien K’un Yen still develop the spirit of this theory, the study of Buddhism has embodied in them deeply. Especially in Ch’ien K’un Yen which is purely elaborated from “Tuan Juan”of Ch’ien and K’un, it is perceivable that the theory of “unity in essence and action” can still be discussed without referring to the study of Buddhism. Hsiung also confessed that although Ch’ien K’un Yen was written while he was seriously ill, he was at ease with various thoughts thinking, “This is a year of bad luck.” Therefore, when it comes to the final conclusion of Hsiung’s concepts in his later years or even through his lifetime, Ch’ien K’un Yen would certainly be the central idea to focus on.
|Relation:||政大中文學報, 7, 115-152|
Bulletin of the Department of Chinese Literature National Chengchi University
|Appears in Collections:||[政大中文學報 THCI Core] 期刊論文|
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