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Hsün Tze;Sage;the step of study;Tu-Li;Che-Li-Yi;Che Tun Tung-Lei;the relation between acting and knowing
|Issue Date: ||2013-11-22 19:34:19 (UTC+8)|
For Hsün Tze, study is very important, and the ultimate end of study is to become a sage. As to sage, sometimes he defines it from the respect of "practice", sometimes with or from "knowing," very inconsistent. This makes his views about sage and that of the last step of study inconsistent. This study is purposed to resolve these two problems through making a comprehensive understanding and a deep analysis on his concept of "sage". As to this, Che Tun Tung-Lei and the relation between practice and knowing are the keys. For Hsün Tze, there are 4 steps in study, but in this paper I argue that for him there should be 5, and this at the same time should be able to resolve the above two problems. The 5 steps are: (1) reading and going through the classical books, (2) catching the principle/ Tung-Lei which undergoes through all things in terms of thinking well, (3) taking sages as the examples for actions, (4) cultivating the Hsin of Hsin-er according to Li-Yi, and (5) acting only according to Li-Yi, and this meanwhile is to disclose one's knowing Li- Yi.
|Relation: ||鵝湖學誌, 49, 1-35|
|Data Type: ||article|
|Appears in Collections:||[哲學系] 期刊論文|
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