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Title: 馬聯元著『天方性理阿文注解』の研究
Other Titles: On Ma Lian-yuan's 馬聯元 "Sharh al-latā'if"
Authors: 松本, 耿郎  KAKEN_name
Author's alias: MATSUMOTO, Akiro
Issue Date: 30-Jun-1999
Publisher: 東洋史研究會
Journal title: 東洋史研究
Volume: 58
Issue: 1
Start page: 176
End page: 211
Abstract: Ma Lian-yuan (1841-1903) is well-known as one of the leading spiritual leaders (ulema) in Yunnan province in the end of the Qing Dynasty. He is famous for his great contribution to the reconstruction of the Muslim community in Yunnan province which was disastrously devastated after the unsuccessful Yunnan Muslim rebellion against the Qing Dynasty. Ma Lian-yuan's Muslim name is Nur al-Haqq which signifies in Arabic "light of the God". As a Muslim scholar, he wrote many works in Arabic as well as in Persian. He also translated Chinese classics about the Muslim in China into Arabic, and Arabic literature into Classical Chinese. His Xingli weiyan 性理微言 is an Arabic translation of Liu zhi 劉智's Tianfang xingli 天方性理. The book Xingli weiyan contains the original text in Classical Chinese and its phrase translation into Arabic, each phrase being juxtaposed. Xingli weiyan's Arabic title is‘Lata'if. Ma Lian-yuan wrote a detailed Arabic commentary on this Lata'if. This Arabic commentary is entitled 'Sharh at-Lata'if' in Arabic, and 'Tianfang xingli awen zhujie' 天方性理阿文注解 in Chinese. This book was at first printed in Kanpur in India, where Ma Lian-yuan died. In this paper, the theory of Unity of Being as well as that of Unity of Love which are found in Ma Lian-yuan's Sharh al-Lata'if, or Tianfang xingli awen zhujie are analyzed. Furthermore, the author also discusses Liu Zhi's philosophy, exactly the Chinese version of the theory of Unity of Being on which Ma Lian-yuan's philosophic view of the world was built.
DOI: 10.14989/155241
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2433/155241
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