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Department of Chinese, NTNU
When the Qian-Jia School paradigm for study of the Classics formally turned towards HanLearning, Hui Dong was the key figure. His series of studies of the studies on the Yi（易）,including reconstructions, philology, phonology, led to his composition of newsubcommentaries based on Han scholars’ study of original meanings. The earliest of these, the Zhouyi Benyi Bianzheng（周易本義辨證）, was especially directed at questionable aspects of Zhu Xi’s Yijing Ben Yi, supported by additional references to put forth the idea of a return toantiquity to further the Han Learning movement. This attack on the established position of Song learning began a new direction in studies of the Yi. Subsequently, his Yi Hanxue（易漢學）and Zhouyi Shu（周易述）re-established the primacy of the Han Learning scholarship during the Qing.
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