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The Academic Chronicle of Jiao Xun Li-tang
After accomplishing the academic books: "Approach to Jiao Xun's Manuscript of the Thirteen Canons" and "New Edition of Jioa Xun's Chronicle", the author investigates the academic progress through Jiao Xun's life. Therefore, the article depends upon all the periodicals of Jiao Xum. The author expects to concretely recognize Jiao Xun's academic resources, relationships between his tutors and friends, and his uniquely creative life about the career in learning and scholarship. Jiao Xun has finished a lot of books. The author has ever read and copied almost his total manuscripts and editorials. So this article establishes upon Jiao Xum and his son's (Jiao ting-hu) periodicals. In addition to, the author also adopts the article of the contemporary and the latter scholars. According to these data, the article must be detailed, correct, and reliable. The readers can find the article regularily to display the academic activities throughout Jiao xun's life. The chronicle began from Jiao Xun in the three years old, in this age he just began to learn and recognize the characters, and lasted to write and edit the mansucript of "Mencius Commentaries" until his death in 58 years old. Meanwhile, his deligent son Jiao Tintg-hu continued his father's aspiration and urgently copied Jiao Xun's posthumous work. Ting-hu anxiously desired to print his father's manuscript during the mourning of funeral affairs. Unfortunately, he also died with illness. In conclusion to outlook, Jiao Xun subjugated to testify with reality and to make use of empty image. Besides, he also could be found of learning and thinking deeply, then he understood the meaning in his mind. To sum up, Jiao Xun was born with wisdom and devoted to the full thorough his life in the academic efforts. His spirit and strength of character not only giver us to take as a model, but also provide us a plenty of referent data to justify Jiao Xun's academic approach.
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