從《諸儒鳴道》探究道學家的“鳴道”之道

Translated title of the contribution: Researching Dao Scholars' Thought and Application of Dao (Confucianism) on Zhu Ru Ming Dao

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Abstract

Zhu Ru Ming Dao (Dao Scholars' Illustrations on Dao) is the earliest record of Confucian movement (Dao Shiu) in Song. The book is so concerned by academic circles present. When we look up it, we could discover many things. First, the title of the book contains many meanings-<||>Dao Scholars' Illustrations on Dao<||> and <||>They speak and talk about Dao each other<||>. The meanings stress Dao Scholars' unique opinions and ways of talking about Confucianism. Second, the book collects many records of speaking and talking about Confucianism. It probably means that records are relevant to the changes of teaching style in Song. Third, Dao scholars encourage speaking and talking about Confucianism, maybe because of conversation. The article uses the book to discuss Dao Scholars' unique opinions of words and language. From this, we could comprehend the definitions on Confucianism.
Translated title of the contributionResearching Dao Scholars' Thought and Application of Dao (Confucianism) on Zhu Ru Ming Dao
Original languageTraditional Chinese
Pages (from-to)1-37
Number of pages37
Journal興大歷史學報
Issue number21
Publication statusPublished - 2009

Keywords

  • Zhu Ru Ming Dao
  • Dao Shiu
  • Record
  • Confucianism

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