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The Tradition and Contemporary Transformation of Folk Confucianism in Linkou area
The Enlightenment of Confucianism
Chinese Folk life
This thesis intends to focus on the Confucianism that is most closely related to traditional Chinese folk life in Confucian practice, and explore and think about Confucianism with the geographical scope of Linkou. The article begins with the definition of Confucian traditions, clarifies the meaning of official Confucianism and folk Confucianism, and then explores the three aspects of family Confucianism, local private schools and folk beliefs, and implements Confucianism. The specific path is a sort of understanding. Family Confucianism, genealogy, ancestral halls and sacrifices, and the cultivation of private teachers are not only the cultivation of literacy and earning ability, but also the meaning of Confucian moral practice, and also the extension of family Confucianism. On the one hand, folk beliefs appease the local people, and on the other hand, through the folk gods' beliefs, they can achieve the moral practice of persuading and punishing evil. After a basic understanding of the Confucian tradition in Taiwan, in the third chapter and the third chapter, focus on the development of Confucianism in the Linkou region. Although it is located in the northern part, due to the late development of the Linkou area, the formation and influence of the family is naturally slower. At the same time, because of the borders in Taipei, the terrain and the inconvenient transportation, the culture and education are naturally later than the neighboring Xinzhuang and Taishan areas. Despite this, in the late Qing Dynasty and the Japanese dynasty, after the recovery, with the development of family power, the practice of Confucianism is naturally manifested in the above three aspects of practice. After grasping the evolution of traditional Confucianism in the Linkou area, we will compare the current development of Confucianism in the modern Linkou area. By interviewing local people, teachers, and young students, we can compare Confucian traditions in family Confucianism, local education, and folk beliefs. And modern differences. I hope to find out how Confucianism can be promoted and extended in Linkou and other urbanized areas. In short, this article hopes to find out the possible directions and adaptation methods by clarifying the contemporary difficulties of Confucianism, and find the possibility of adjustment and continuation for Confucianism in the process of continuous urbanization.
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