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A detailed analysis of Chou Fu’s thoughts on the study of the Changes : notes taken in collating and reading Chou Fu’s Yili Huican
As a famous scholar-official of the late Qing dynasty, Chou Fu (1837—1921) is an important figure in late imperial and modern Chinese history. Although he was not well-known for his study of the Book of Changes, his work Yili huican that expresses his thoughts and interests on the study of this text is worth reading. There were two schools in the study of the Book of Changes during the Qing dynasty: one focuses on the philological study of the contents and the other, on the philosophical one. Chou Fu maintained a middle way between the two. He was able to avoid the tedious philological examination and, in the meantime, reject the superstitious “images and numbers” interpretation. He used the Book of Changes to guide his everyday social life, to understand the spirits of different times, and to help himself conduct official business during the tumultuous late Qing period. From this perspective, Chou Fu’s work should be considered a new development in the study of the Book of Changes, a work that has long been overlooked in this field.
周馥, 《易理匯參》, 《負暄閒語》, 象數義理, 時代體悟, 家國一理, Chou Fu, Yili huican, Fuxuan xianyu, images and numbers, understanding spirits of different times, the same principle for governing the family and the state
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孟繁之 (2021)。周馥易學思想闡微 : 《易理匯參》校讀筆記。《嶺南學報》，第十五輯，頁149-195。檢自 https://commons.ln.edu.hk/ljcs_new/vol15/iss1/8
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