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|Other Titles:||A study of Wang Chang-Ling’s three situational spheres of “poetic rules”: an examination about “Category-oriented” and “phase-oriented” theory in Chinese academic|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
A word of “Conception” (I Jing意境) stem from Wang Chang-Ling’s (王昌齡) “poetic rules” (Shi Ge 詩格), which with “Situation” (情境) and “Thing-situation” (物境) are combined into “three situational spheres” (San Jing三境) in Tang Dynasty. Due to original words too shortly and hard to explain from the ancient literatures, the 1980s Chinese academic have different views to demonstrate “three situational spheres”. It is unclear conclusion but “Three situational spheres” split into “Category-oriented” (類型取向) and “Phase-oriented” (層次取向) in general. Gao Yu-Gong (高友工) build lyric tradition in Chinese culture and propose aesthetic experience and “Three situational spheres” have the same creative histories. This article takes Gao’s theory framework to review and examine into “Category-oriented” and “Phase-oriented” steps. Our conclusion confirm that “Three situational spheres” is hard to split, they are all in the same field, therefore, “Category-oriented” theory hard to establish at all. The operation with “Situation” and “Conception” purpose to obtain “Image phase” (境象) in “Thing-situation” (物境) environment. “Phase-oriented” should be modified into contrary order. Only “Thing-situation” has the highest order, “similarity “ (形似) is the highest demand for creative work.
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