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|Other Titles:||A Study on Yu Yan's Yijing Learning and characteristics in Collection on Yijing and Abstraction of the Yijing|
Yu Yan;Collection on Yijing;Abstraction of the Yijing;Yuan Dynasty;Yijing Learning
|Issue Date:||2016-05-25 11:59:40 (UTC+8)|
Yu Yan was one of the most important Yijing Scholars in the late Song-Dynasty and the early Yuan Dynasty. The academic community affirms Yu’s Daoist Yijing Learning. However, criticism on Yu’s Yijing Learning is mainly based on his Collection on Yijing and Abstraction of the Yijing. Those previous studies mainly focus on three perspectives: Yu’s commentaries on the image-number system and reasons, his comprehensive understanding of different schools and celebration of Zhu Xi’s theories, and his significant discussion about the image-number system. However, they do not discuss about the style and characteristic of Yu’s Collection on Yijing, and Yu’s opinion on the commonly interested issues in Yuan-Dynasty. Although Yu partly inherits Zhu Xi’s doctrine, he has his own opinion on the part one and part two of the Yijing, the Hetu, and the Luoshu. Yu’s discussion on the theory of image, such as the image of Gua and Yao, provides an unique insight. His interpretation of Yijing is according to the ideal of interpreting reasons based on image. Yu does analysis through Gua and Yao, and combines general principles. In this way, he develops his own unique insights of reasons. In conclusion, it is important to recognize Yu’ Yijing Learning due to its unique contribution in Yuan Dynasty.
|Relation:||政大中文學報, 23, 103-130|
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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