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Chu-Hsi's Viewpoint on the "Not Stirrings of Pleasure, Anger, Sorrow or Joy" of the "Doctrine of the Mean" and Its Efforts
This article is dealing about the micro investigation of the insight of Chu Hsi, as he explored the "While there are not stirrings of pleasure, anger, sorrow or joy, the mind may be said to be in the state of equilibrium" of the "Doctrine of the Mean". This article also focus specially on the clarification of the meaning of the Chu-Hsi's "perception" of the "not stirring" after the emerging of the "new viewpoint of the "states of equilibrium and harmony". The author think that after the emerging of the new viewpoint of the "states of equilibrium and harmony" the interpretation of the so called "not stirring "of the "Doctrine of the Mean "is interpreted differently. Besides adhering to the original meaning which judges "stirring or not stirring" based on if the "pleasure, anger, sorrow or joy" is revealed. This article also gives a very clear analysis and investigation perspectives on the "seeing and hearing issue before not stirring "which some scholars point out from the viewpoint of the "not wait till he sees things, to be cautious, nor till he hears things, to be apprehensive" of the "Doctrine of the Mean".
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