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|Other Titles:||Two “Hui'an xian sheng Zhu Wen'gong yu lu" Extant Fragments' Value toward The Research on School of Zhu Xi|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
As Zhu Xi lectured for life, many of his disciples kept quite a few notes. These notes were gradually collected and spread, they had become an important basis for the descendant to study Zhu Xi ever since his death. Amongst the related works, the one that had the greatest impact was “Zhuzi yu lei", which was compiled by Li Jingde (the Southern Song Dynasty). Its editing formation was by classifying and grouping. Meanwhile, for the sake of style consistency, it altered the text of the original quotations often. Therefore, with reference to the other quotations will contribute to a more appropriate understanding of Zhu Xi.There are two ""Hui'an xian sheng Zhu Wen'gong yu lu"" extant fragments collections in National Palace Museum. They were one of the earliest publicationamongst various quotations. As the books retains all of Zhu Xi's disciples' record in more original form, the existing approximately 2,275 quotations provide us with many useful clues, e.g. more detailed time and place of the records, a large number of styles which were recorded in chronological order, and quotations in different writings.This paper not only describes that ""Hui'an xian sheng Zhu Wen'gong yu lu"" in style and content, but also points out that in studies of School of Zhu Xi, the twovaluable extant fragments provide the related chronological quotation articles with important documentation. They help to study the profile of Zhu Xi's teacher-student interaction, understand the compiling principles of Li Jingde's “Zhuzi yu lei", and correct Li 's errors.
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