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[Vol.15 (2011)] The Analysis of the Origin of Confucianism of Song Dynasty in the Confucianism of Jin Dynasty
Author : Liu Hui and Shao Hanming
Date : 20.01.30
Page : 161-180
Keyword : The Confucianism of Jin Dynasty, The Academic Origin, Shu Xue, Luo Xue, Min Xue
Abstract :


Lin The academic thought of the Confucianism of Jin Dynasty origins directly from
the Confucian Classics of the Han Dynasty and Tang Dynasty and the Confucianism of
Song Dynasty. Comparing with the Confucian Classics of the Han Dynasty and Tang
Dynasty, the Confucianism of Song Dynasty, especially the Confucianism of Nan Song
Dynasty is limited in the spread range and it spreads in a relatively short time, but its
influence is even more than the the Confucian Classics of the Han Dynasty and Tang
Dynasty. The Case Studies of Song Dynasty and Yuan Dynasty lists more than 90 cases
of Song Dynasty, the schools which influence the Confucianism of Jin Dynasty directly
and greatly include Shu Shi Shu Xue, Er Cheng Luo Xue and Zhu Xi Min Xue. In this
paper, I will research on the spread of the above three in the Jin Dynasty and its
relationship with the Confucianism of Jin Dynasty in order to get a clear understanding
of the fact that the academic origin of the Confucianism of Jin Dynasty is from the
origin of the Confucianism of Song Dynasty.


Attachments : vol.15-09.pdf


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