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The Integration of Chung Yung and Yi in Yixue of Hui Tung
Hui Tung;Yi Ta Yi;Chung Yung;Yixue
|Issue Date: ||2013-03-26 14:35:26 (UTC+8)|
“ It's Chung Ni's terse and significant statement that Tzu Szu wrote Chung Yung in order to pass on the knowledge inherited from his ancestors, and if you couldn't understand Yi, you would not comprehend the text.” In Yi, it's obvious that the author Hui Tung worked to have an insight into thoughts of Chung Yung and Chou Yi. Above all, in his other composition Yi Ta Yi, he used lots of meanings and ideas of Yi to redefine the theme of Chung Yung. Therefore, Yi Ta Yi was considered the annotation of Chung Yung. That is, Yi Ta Yi was an ideal comprehension of Yi and Chung Yung. However, Hui Tung gave the strained interpretation that made Chung Yung, which was highly philosophized step into the realm of Yixue talking about Hsiang and Shu. It's pity that because of much strained explanation and misinterpretation, Hui Tung's work concealed philosophic thoughts of Chung Yung and the possibility of groundbreaking interpretation, which was resulted from multiple understanding of it. The theme of Chung Yung was about the cultivation in human life. In contrary, Yi placed importance on human's vigor. From Hui Tung's sight, the “Hsing”of “Tao” in Chung Yung meant the harmony of Yin and Yang. In other words, Yi and Yang were proper and interactive, also led to neutralization, harmonizing and the breed of creation. The blend of Yi and Yang was an ideal morality of“Yuan, Heng, Li and Chen.”It's just like the crystallized existence of the nature of vigor. In Hui Tung's opinion based on the natural law, to see the sentence “Freedom is so-called Tao,” he explained that it's “Ho” from“Chung Ho” that meant the harmony of Yi and Yang. That is, Taichi, Yin and Yang are appropriate, interactive and harmonious to breed the whole creation. To strain his interpretation, Hui Tung omitted elements about the cultivation valued by Chung Yung when describing“Tao” in Chung Yung according to Yi. Because Hui emphasized the meaning of the nature of vigor, his delineation of Chung Yung was too limited and strained to reveal the primary thoughts of Chung Yung. However, Hui Tung referred to unapparent and deliberate properties of Chung Yung as a condition of generating vigor just like the rising sun in his writing Yi. Moreover, from the perspective of cosmology, Hui Tung associated“Chung Ho”and“Cheng”in Chung Yung, with“the harmony of Yin and Yang” and the morality of “Yuan, Heng, Li and Chen” to make them become mutually commensal.
|Relation: ||台中教育大學學報, 22(1), 37-66|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[中國文學系] 期刊論文|
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