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|Other Titles:||Interpretation And Opposition to Zhuangzi: The Interpretation And Criticism of Zhuangzi in Li Qi’s “Explication of Feizhuanglun”|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
Li Qi, a Confucian in late Tang Dynasty, is abundant in writings, one of which is about Zhuangzi called “Explication of Feizhuanglun.” As the titleindicates, the article tries to explicate “Feizhuanglun” of Wang Tanzhi in Jin Dynasty, but actually it’s mainly Li Qi’s authentic interpretation andcriticism of the thought of Zhuangzi. His argument against Zhuangzi goes in two ways; he criticizes the logic in Zhuangzi’s thought first, and at thesame time he also presents his own interpretation and criticism on certain topics in Zhuangzi. As a result, this paper will not only focus on the analyses of Li Qi’s interpretation and his argument against Zhuangzi but also try to present Li Qi’s thinking background behind his interpretation, including the relation to the thought of Xunzi and metaphysics in Weijin Period as well as the relationship between Confucians in late Tang Dynasty.
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