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Title: 老子的修辭技巧
Authors: 朱榮智
Issue Date: Jun-1989
Publisher: 國立臺灣師範大學研究發展處
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Abstract: 「老子」一書,只有五章提到美字,但是,毫無疑問,老子是一位「美」的追求者,「老子」一書,文字之美、意境之高,無論是形式或內涵,都有可觀、可取。老子的道,推溯到宇宙生命的本源,談無、說有,十分玄虛奧妙,如果沒有流暢的文筆,優美的修辭,如何能以五千餘言,申論許多宇宙的奧秘、人生的哲理、政治的理想?本文的撰述,筆者歸納、分析「老子」一書的十四種修辭技巧,以見「老子」一書的文學價值。
In spite of the fact that the word "beauty (美)" merely appears in five chapters of Lao tzu (老子), it is beyond doubt that Laotze is a pursuer of beauty. As shown in the elegance of its style and the loftiness of its poetic world. Lao tzu is a highly readable and informative book, no matter judged from its language or content. The "tao (道)" mentioned by Laotze refers to the origin of the universe. His probing into the implication of "wu (無)" or "being (有)" is profound and sometimes even abstruse. Had he not the necessary command of good writing skills and mastery of rhetoric, it would not be possible for Laotze to unravel in profound delicacy the mysteries of the universe, his life philosophy, and ideals of politics in only about five thousand words. In this paper, the present writer formulates and analyzes the fourteen kinds of rhetorical skills displayed in Lao tzu in order to demonstrate the great literary value of this book.
Other Identifiers: 157F7ABA-ED9D-8856-663A-5031DE6724F1
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