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|Other Titles:||A Preliminary Exploration of Sung Learning Scholars's Standpoint in the "Debates between Han Learning and Sung Learning"(Han Sung chih cheng) of the Ch'ing Period-Fang Tung-shu's Reckoning with the H|
debate between Han Learning and Sung Learning
|Issue Date:||2016-06-02 11:56:06 (UTC+8)|
There was an academic debate between Han Learning and the Sung Learning within Confucianism in the middle Ch'ing period. The ”evidential research” (k' ao-cheng chih hs?eh) of Han Learning scholars prevailed throughout the debate. Therefore, modern scholars often focus on Han Learning scholars' standpoint in their research on this subject. However, Sung learning scholars were not totally defeated in the debate. Fang Tung–shu's Reckoning with the Han Learning (Han-hsiieh shang-tui) is a good example to substantiate this claim. This essay concentrates on reconsidering Fang's criticism of Han Learning scholars' consideration of the ”studies of moral principles” ( I-li chih hs?eh) ,to elicit Sung Learning scholars' standpoint and its effect in the debate. In this study, I argue that although the ”evidential studies” of Han Learning scholars prevailed in the debate on surface, Sung Learning scholars' eloquence on the issues of the studies of moral principles has contributed to the sustained importance of Sung Learning within the Confucian tradition.
|Relation:||政治大學歷史學報, 20, 213 - 236|
The Journal of History
|Appears in Collections:||[The Journal of History, NCCU] Articles|
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