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Department of Chinese, NTNU
This article is continued from last publication. The writer specifically focuses on ten patterns of trigrams: Hsiao Chiu, Lu, Tai, Pi, Tung Jen, Ta Yu, Chien, Yu, Sui, and Ku. Accordingly, the writer introduces 《The Approach to the Book of Changes in the Storey of Tiau-Ku》("Tiau-Ku-Lou-I-Hsueh"), which was Chiao Hsun's early resesrch. When Chiao Hsun-commented on 《Extensive Connotation of The Book of Changes ("Chou-I-Chien-I"), he reorganized the old version of transcriptions and new style of punctuation. Compared with his latter writings such as 《 General Explication of The Book of Changes 》(I-Tung-Shih), 《Supplementary Notes of The Book of Changes》("Chou-I-Buu-Shu"), and 《Commentaries on The Book of Changes》 (I-Hua), the writer tries to analyze Chiao-Hsun's researchibng progress, methodology, and theme. The writer will present these features by means of comments and notes, referring to different writings that Chiao-Hsun had completed in his early and later years.
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