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|Other Titles:||The Reexamine of the Academic Value of Late-Ming Dynasty’s scholar Geng Ding-xiang and the Ming Ru Xue An|
Department of Chinese, NTNU
The Late-Ming Confucian Geng Ding-xiang was the important representative of promoting Wang Yang-ming to be worshiped in Confucius Temple event, highly appraised as a great master and affected many his disciples and scholars such as Liu Yuan-qing, Guan Zhi-dao, Jiao Hong, Zhu Shi-lu, Pan Shi-zao etc. Still, due to the controversy but the final composite with the famous controversial thinker Li Zhuo-wu, and his official acts conflicted with the Dong Lin Junzi “Qing Yi” (清議), Ming Ru Xue An discoursed his character and academic as a detractive and questioned way of view. However, for the “Wang Xue Abuses” (王學流弊), the comments of Ming Ru Xue An about the scholars after Taizhou and Longxi school may not be objective and appropriate. Recent literatures about Geng Ding-xiang are inevitably biased and trapped by dogma. Therefore, regarding the opinion of the Ming Ru Xue An, the paper proposed for a clarification and response recovering the status of Geng Ding-xiang in the intellectual history and affirming his academic meaning and value.
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