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Department of Chinese, NTNU
By breaking through the traditional viewpoint of basing mainly on heaven in the Book Of Changes, Chuan Shan raise the position of earth by including heaven at the same time. In addition, he based on the saying of 「Half Concealment & Half Appearance Of The Twelve Ying and Yang」 as the basis of his theory. The purpose of the presentation of 「joint establishment」 is to emphasize that the completion of heaven and earth in the phenomenon sector through the relationship of inclusion of heaven and earth at the same time has similar value meaning. To express in morality, the 「joint establishment of heaven and earth」 standardizes that the self body has to be materialized in the realistic value direction and explains that the shortage of livelihood practice from the heart is not the realization of the truth of morality. In the structure of the 「Half Concealment & Half Appearance Of The Twelve Ying and Yang」 and the physical relationship of heaven and earth and sixty two divinatory symbols, through the twelve concealed and appeared Yao position, the numerous and complicated and changeful Yao divinatory symbol will only display the limitation of Chi and there is no interference on the expression on the reason of heaven and earth. In addition, the physical harmonious relationship unfolded by the concealed and appeared structure of the twelve Yao divinatory symbols is sufficient to affirm the infinite meaning of the practice of life. In summary, Chuan Shan based on the 「Joint Establishment Of Heaven & Earth」 as the core topic assignment of the study of the Book of Changes. From the view of pragmatism, the form will show in the phenomenon side upwards and will surpass facing a certain direction and then further in the unobstructed Chi, the certainty of the morality practice and its infinite value meaning can be affirmed.
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