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The poetic quotations in Zhonglun (Balanced discourses) and the study of Shijing (Book of songs) during the Han and Wei Dynasties
Zhonglun 中論 (Balanced Discourses) quoted Shijing 詩經 (Book of Songs) about forty-seven times, mainly from Ya 雅 (hymns) and Song 頌 (eulogies). Xu Gan 徐幹, the author of Balanced Discourses, developed the tradition from Xunzi 荀子 and other Confucian thinkers in putting Confucian ideas into practice particularly during turbulent years. According to texts passed on to today, the study of poetry in Balanced Discourses mainly focused on Mao Commentary, accompanied by Han 韓, Lu 魯, and other texts. Previous studies, including Chen Qiaozong’s 陳喬樅 and Wang Xianqian’s 王先謙 examinations of Balanced Discourses for the meaning of Lu, and Ma Ruichen’s 馬瑞辰 assertion that the poetry quotations in Balanced Discourses exceed those in Han, are all inevitably biased. The coexisting phenomenon of different commentary texts also appeared in several other masters-texts in the late Eastern Han dynasty, which shows the open attitude of Confucian masters in terms of poetry quotations, and further illustrates the diverse scholarship on Book of Songs in Wei and Han dynasties.
《中論》, 引《詩》, 以《詩》爲教, 漢魏之際, 《詩經》學, Balanced Discourses, quotations from Book of Songs, cultivation with Book of Songs, turn of Han and Wei Dynasties, Book of Songs study
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尹玉珊 (2019)。《中論》引詩與漢魏之際的《詩經》學。《嶺南學報》，第十一輯，頁105-123。檢自 http://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol11/iss1/5