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|Other Titles:||Particularity and Difference in Luo, Qin-shun and Wang, Ting-xiangs' Theory|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Academics are hard to reach a consensus on Luo, Qin-shun's theory is a part of Neo-Confucianism, or a part of Qi theory. This research will discover the consistent context in Luo, Qin-shun's Qi theory. For example, Luo, Qin-shun had advocated the principle of qi and qi are intimate but not the same thing, and he had valued the principle more than manifestations. He had also emphasized the distinction between dao-xin（道心）and ren-xin（人心）, and he also had valued the importance of dao-xin（道心）. Therefore, Luo, Qin-shun had paid more attention to the theories of self-cultivation, which were focused on how to return the principle of qi and dao-xin（道心）, such as to investigate things, to abandon desires, and to respect. ＂Returning＂ and ＂developing＂ are different aspects between Luo, Qin-shun and Wang, Ting-xiangs' Theory, and it had indicated the particularity of Luo, Qin-shun's philosophy.
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