|Abstract: ||民國時期是新舊文化交匯的時代，優秀學人輩出，在經學領域方面，也產生了大量深具價值的論著。然因屢遭動亂，文獻資料流傳與保存均不易，致使很多學人之重要論著在出版與傳播方面遭受到極大的限制。而正因為論著資料之不完整，也使後人無法對這段時期的學術面貌有較清晰完整的認識。有鑑於此，本計畫（〈民國時期罕傳經學論著之整理與研究：以羅倬漢、陳延傑與蘇維嶽三家之著作為中心〉）擬對民國時期流傳不廣之經學論著加以調查、蒐集、整理與研究。計畫執行的方式主要採取「以人繫書」的方式來入手，選取三位具代表性的經學家，蒐集他們所撰著但卻罕傳於世的重要經學論著，加以仔細地點校整理，並深入地考察其學術內容，以期使這些學者苦心孤詣撰就的經學論著能再重新流佈，並對學界發揮影響。 計畫第一年度擬針對羅倬漢的《詩樂論》、《史記十二諸侯年表考證》二書加以整理與研究。《史記十二諸侯年表考證》雖曾在戰時重慶出版，但因流傳不廣，致使影響不彰，而《詩樂論》出版情況雖稍佳，但實質影響似亦不顯著。然羅氏此二書分別在民國三十年及三十一年獲得教育部學術審議委員會學術獎勵獎的榮譽，可見其學術成就在當時頗受到肯定。其書之罕傳、其學之不彰，當是學術外之原因所造成。 計畫第二年度則擬針對陳延傑的《詩序解》及《周易程傳參正》二書加以整理與研究。《詩序解》雖曾有刊佈，但實際影響似乎並不太大，而《周易程傳參正》亦曾獲三十四年度學審會之學術獎勵奬，然此書一直未曾出版，學界罕見其書，更遑論生發實質影響。惟有將其著作重新刊佈流傳，並對其內容加以深入地研究，世人才能具體地了解其著作，也才能客觀地評價其學術。 計畫第三年度則擬針對蘇維嶽的《詩經叢著》（共三種十冊）加以整理與研究。蘇氏亦曾以此套書獲得三十四年度學審會的學術獎勵奬，且與陳延傑獲獎書一樣，一直未有正式出版的機會，僅以手稿本的形式流傳下來，數十年來，幾淪於杳無人知曉的境地，其學術內容固難以知悉，而其學術成就亦無從估量。 在文獻蒐集整理方面，本計畫除擬將上述這些罕傳經學論著加以點校整理之外，還將廣泛地蒐集作者傳記資料及相關交往交遊之學人與學術社群資料，以及所涉及之當時教育、文化及學術等方面之相關資料，如大學、學術機構、政府機關、出版社等，以為點校整理及相關研究之基礎。 在學術研究的部分，本計畫將分別從一、生平、經歷與著述；二、學術背景；三、論著的主要內容；四、與民國經學的發展等面向，來對這三位學者的學術成就做一番深入的探究，尤其偏重在他們與民國新學風的關涉這一個重要的面向，希望藉由對此三位經學家學術的考察，可以進而對處於新舊文化轉型時期的民國經學及經學家有更多的理解與認識。|
The Republic Period is the intersection point where old and new cultures meet, a great number of scholars with exceptional caliber emerge. In the field of Confucian Classics, these scholars have produced a tremendous body of valuable treatises. However due to multiple turbulences, the propagation and preservation of these literature and material pose a great challenge and thus impose a severe restriction on the publishing and circulation of many significant treatises. Due to the incompleteness of the treatise materials, later academics are unable to formulate a lucid and wholesome understanding of the period’s academic situation. In view of the circumstances, this project (“A Consolidation and Research on Confucian Classics Treatises that have Limited Circulation”) aims to examine, collect, consolidate and research the Classics that are not widely circulated in the Republic Period. The method employed to carry out this project is to anthologize the works according to their authors. Three distinguished philologists who are representative of the period are selected and their important works, which are not widely circulated, are collected. Consequently, their treatises would be proofread and arranged carefully and a profound examination of its academic content would be made, in hope of re-circulating the works that these scholars have painstakingly accomplished, and thus influencing the current academic field. The first year of the project aims to compile and research on two treatises of Luo Zhuo Han, namely A Discourse on Poetry and Music and Evidence on Shiji Yearly Chronicle of the Feudal Lords. Albeit the latter has been published in Chungqing during the wars, but it has little authority due to the limited circulation of the work. The former enjoys better book sales but its influence is also insignificant. The abovementioned works of Luo have received academic honor from the Ministry of Education in the 30th and 31st year of the Republic Period respectively, which is evident that these works are highly esteemed in their time. Therefore, the sporadic circulation of his works is due to reasons that are unrelated to the academia. In the second year, the goal is to arrange and study Chen Yan Jie’s Explanatory Notes on the Preface of the Book of Songs and A Revision on Cheng’s Commentary of The Book of Changes. Likewise, though the former has been published before, it has limited leverage. While the latter has received an academic award from the 34th Academic Committee, the book is never published. Its appearance is rare in the academic field, not to mention any significant influence the work has ever exerted. Therefore, only through republication and recirculation of Chen’s book, and an in-depth disquisition on it, would the world be able to understand his works concretely and provide academic criticism objectively. As the project advances into the third year, the next scholar whom this project plans to anthologize and research on is Su Wei Yue’s work, Volumes on the Book of Song. Su’s collection of volumes won the academic award in the 34th year of the Republic period and like Chen’s fate, Su never has an opportunity to publish his book, and his work is circulated and passed down in the form of manuscript. Decades later, Su’s book is still relatively unknown which is the ultimate misfortune of a scholar. In terms of the collection and consolidation of the academic materials, besides proofreading and compiling the abovementioned works, the project aims to expansively collect the authors’ biographical materials, related information on their acquaintances with other scholars or academic circles, and other information that involves the period’s education, culture and academic situation such as that of universities, academic institutions, government sectors, the publishing houses and so forth, as the basis of our proofreading and compilation. For academic research, this project will be divided into firstly, biographical, experience and discourse; secondly, academic background; thirdly, the main content of the treatises; fourthly, in relation to the development of the scholarship on Classics in the Republic Period. From these four aspects, the project shall probe into the academic success of these three scholars, with a heavy inclination towards their involvement in the new academic trend in the Republic Period. Through the academic examination of these three scholars, this project aims to achieve a more profound understanding of Confucian Classics scholarship and its scholars, in this critical transition of old and new cultures.