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On the materiality in Meanings of Plants Birds, Beasts, Insects and Fish in Mao Shi
Lu Ji, an intellectual from the three Kingdoms era, provided a new perspective for natural history in his maoshi caomu niaoshou chongyu shu (Meanings of Plants Birds, Beasts, Insects and Fish in Mao Shi) for maoshi (or shijing, the Book of Poetry). As a work of natural history, this book describes in detail the biological properties and practical functions of more than 100 species of plants and animals while fully showing the rich forms of food, medicine, production, entertainment, religion and fangshu used by people in the Han-Wei era, making it an important reference for understanding the scenery and features of the time. As an exegetical work of Confucian classics, it initiated a special study of the meibutsu research of maoshi, with far-reaching influence on the multi-form study of shijing in later generations. Its emergence indicates the free and open spirit of people in the Wei-Jin era who broke the tradition of attaching great political and ethical significance to shijing since the Han Dynasty, thus opening up a new way for the study of shijing.
陸璣, 《毛詩草木鳥獸蟲魚疏》, 博物學, 漢魏物觀, 魏晉《詩》學, Lu Ji, Meanings of Plants Birds, Beasts, Insects and Fish in Mao Shi, natural science of the Han-Wei era, Han-Wei Era, the study of Shijing in the wei-Jin era
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曹建國、易子君 (2019)。《毛詩草木鳥獸蟲魚疏》中的物觀。《嶺南學報》，第十二輯，頁61-92。檢自 https://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol12/iss1/3
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