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Department of Chinese, NTNU
The term “image” is made up of a combination between “concept” and “form”. Corresponding to the four main elements in literacy works, “sentiment” and “reason” originate from the subjective “concept”; on the other hand, “view (object)” and “matter” originate from the objective “form”. The formation of image originates from the interlink between concept and form. The reason why the subjective concept and the objective form, which are of the same or different nature, can come together in mutual agreement and unify, is because both of them are in fact isomorphs from the concept of field force. This article aims at the theory of isomorphs as the underlying foundation to first analyze the inner media of the interlink between concept and form. The author examines the diversified configuration types of isomorphs in respect of “partiality vs. wholeness”, “overtness vs. covertness” and “contrast vs. harmony” by the classic poetry and prose.
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