緣情説禮———論孫希旦禮學思想的形成

Translated title of the contribution: Expounding the Rites through Sentiment: the Formation of Sun Xidan’s Philosophy of His Study of the Rites

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Abstract

《禮記集解》是清儒孫希旦的重要禮學著述,它在清代中葉的禮學研究中别具意義,反映了清儒在思想轉型上由理學過渡至禮學中所付出的努力。在永嘉學派的思想指導下,孫希旦通過驗證“天理”和“人心”的存在,建構其禮學思想的内涵,期盼從“情禮相輔”的説禮原則中,消融人情和人欲之間相互排斥的對立因素,積極爲永嘉學派所倡導的“事功名”、“通世變”等思想提供合理可行的依據。

Sun Xidan’s (1736-1784) Collected Commentaries on the Book of the Rites is an important study of the classic. It was of special significance in relevant scholarship in mid-Qing China (18th century) because it represented the efforts of Qing scholars on the ideological transition from neo-Confucianism to the study of the rites. Based upon the philosophical framework of the Yongjia School, Sun Xidan’s scholarship on the rites concerned verification of the existence of “heavenly principles” and “human conscience.” Through his advocacy of the “reciprocal aids between sentiment and the rites,” Sun aimed to eliminate the elements of antagonism between human sentiment and human desire. He played an active role in justifying certain doctrines of the Yongjia School, such as “achieving deeds and renown” and “comprehending historical evolution.”
Translated title of the contributionExpounding the Rites through Sentiment: the Formation of Sun Xidan’s Philosophy of His Study of the Rites
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages (from-to)203-227
Number of pages25
Journal人文中國學報
Issue number21
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Nov 2015

User-Defined Keywords

  • 永嘉學派
  • 天理
  • 人心
  • 情禮相輔
  • Yongjia School
  • heavenly principle
  • human conscience
  • reciprocal aids between sentiment and the rites

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