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|Other Titles:||Study of mind thinking from Li Rong’s (李榮) note for TaoDeJing (道德經注)|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Li Rong (Ren Zhen Zi), a Taoist of Zhong Xue faction in Tang dynasty who is as famous as Cheng Xuan Ying. He is also regard as a representative of Zhong Xue. In general, reviewing self-mind is considered to be one of characteristics of Zhong Xue in the early Tang dynasty. The study based on the note of Li Rong for TaoDeJing, discussing the mind, character and self-cultivation of Li Rong under the “Xin Xing theory”. Li Rong distinguished the mind into nature and nurture. Since activities, grasping and cognitive of mind would be affected through the experiences, people usually act negatively. Therefore, Li Rong proposed the ways of mind keeping and mind regression. After conducting the “Shuang Qian work”, the nature mind will return clarity and reach the statement of ethereal silence. As a result, one can then obtain the freedom of mind.
|Appears in Collections:||中國學術年刊|
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