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Derivation and Meaning of Numbers in Hetu and Luoshu in Zhang Huang's Tushubian
|Keywords: ||周易 ; 圖書易學; 章潢; 圖書編; 河圖; 洛書; 天地之數 Zhou|
Yi ;Tu shu I Cing learning ; Zhang Huang; Tushubian; Hetu; Luoshu; numbers of heaven and earth
|Issue Date: ||2019-09-23 11:42:15 (UTC+8)|
Zhang Huang compiles a huge number of Yi diagrams devised by his predecessors in his Tushubian, which sets him apart from other philosophers in Song, Ming and the following periods. Zhang's theory on Xiang-Shu is illustrated through Yili (Principle Study), and is worthy of attention and exploration. The Yi diagrams in Tushubian are not just a collection of diagrams by Zhang's predecessors. What truly makes this book stand out is Zhang's detailed and insightful interpretations of these diagrams. Among these complex and large-scale diagrams, Hetu and Luoshu are of great importance. Zhang analyzes and evaluates his predecessors' views and then establishes his own theory. Based on the numbers of heaven and earth, Hetu and Luoshu are cosmological diagrams that use numbers to construct the cosmos and nature. Zhang points out that the heaven, earth, humans, other creatures and non-creatures-every existence in the universe can be included in the realm of numbers. Through the change of numbers, Hetu and Luoshu demonstrate the thought of Yi and the change of nature. In Hetu, everything in the cosmos can be covered in the numbers from 1 to 10, which is a complete set in itself. In Luoshu, the numbers from 1 to 9 show their unexhausted applications in the laws of nature, and heaven and the earth. The change and formation of every existence is manifested in these applications. The present study focuses on the derivations and applications of the numbers in Hetu and Luosho, and aims to provide a comprehensive and detailed analysis of Zhang's theory, and investigate the diversity and patterns demonstrated in the change of numbers, and explore the important meanings they convey in the formation of nature and in the change of yin and yang.
|Relation: ||東華漢學, No.29, pp.81-138|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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