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Department of Chinese, NTNU
Li Kung was a famous Yi scholar in the early Quing Dynasty. He studies Yi and writes Zhouy-zhuanzhu. The purpose of this study is to discuss how Li inherits, criticizes and developsMao’s academic achievement, hoping to make clear the differences and the similarities between their learning, and further to point out the characteristics in Li’s Yijing learning and his influence on later development of Yijing learning. This study points out not only the standpoints of Li’s and Mao’s research on Yijing learning in either the Han or the Tang Dynasties; but also Li’s inheritance of Mao’s evaluating explaining diagrams and discriminating the paradigm of numerology in the Song Dynasty. Li puts emphasis on understanding the essence of etiquette and musical cultivation, and the practical application; and his mastering in Yawing manifests Yen Yuan’s essential claim of feasible practice. Li’s most important contribution lies in his survey and selection of different views of paradigm of numerology. In addition to providing his personal opinions, Li collects and selects other scholars’ viewpoints, which helps show the whole picture of paradigm of numerology in the early Qing Dynasty.
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