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|Other Titles:||Review on the Prosperity and Decline of Confucian Classics in the Southern and Northern Dynasties|
Confucian classics in the Southern Dynasty;Confucian classics in the Northern Dynasty;the history of Confucian classics;the Southern and Northern Dynasties;Confucian classics
|Issue Date:||2016-05-23 14:56:17 (UTC+8)|
When it comes to the positioning of Confucian classics in the Wei, Chin, Southern, and Northern Dynasties, the viewpoints on the prosperity and decline of Confucian classics in the Wei, Chin, Southern, and Northern Dynasties are quite different. Some predecessors regard Wei, Chin, Southern, and Northern Dynasties all as the decline of Confucian classics, some regard the Wei and Chin Dynasties as the decline of Confucian classics and separate the Southern and Northern Dynasties from this topic, some regard Southern Dynasty as the prosperity of Confucian classics while regard the Northern Dynasty as the decline of Confucian classics, and still come regard Northern Dynasty as the prosperity of Confucian classics while regard Southern Dynasty as the decline of Confucian classics. The main purpose of this study is to re-examine the appropriateness of the predecessors’ viewpoints on the “prosperity and decline” of Confucian classics in the Southern and Northern Dynasties through assembling information in ancient books and historical materials. In addition, it aims to understand the different interpretations of Confucian classics in the Southern and Northern Dynasties from various schools through diversified viewpoints. It compares the differences of various schools through five aspects, which were the attitudes of rulers, changes of time and situations, education of Confucian classics, discussions on Confucian classics, and writings of Confucian classics, respectively. It is hoped that the findings may help clarifying the features of Confucian classic in the Southern and Northern Dynasties.
|Relation:||政大中文學報, 12, 89-120|
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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