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|Other Titles:||Abandon the Old Names, Alter the Past Skills, Arrange a New Study : The Development and Trend of Post-war Confucian Classics in Japan|
|Author's alias:||JIN, Peiyi|
|Journal title:||東方學報 = The tôhô gakuhô : journal of oriental studies|
|Abstract:||This paper surveys the track of development on the methodology of Confucian Classics in post-war Japan by analyzing "Academic Prospect" from issue 1-20 in The Nippon-Chūgokugakkai-hō. I analyze the general review of Confucian Classics in "Academic Prospect" column in the 20 issues, which are categorized in 4 phases based on its development and to clarify the following questions : What was the plight and problem of the leaning of traditional Chinese canons behind the change from Confucian Classics to philosophy? What was the suggestion and expectation of Confucian Classics research in Japan? What was the preference of the Thirteen Confucian Classics studies? What were their concerns on certain classic works? Or did they launch innovative issues? What studies were recognized in academia at that time? What were the features of the recognized studies? What kind of recognized advancing, scientific, and modern methodology did those studies take? What kind of perspective did they take? Or did they modify some existing perspectives or accepted theory of Confucian Classics? By examining these research issues, this paper aims to depict what kind of development, evolution and the formation of research pattern did the post-war Confucian Classics experience? Why did Confucian Classics lose its original name after the Confucian Classics reformation? What did the result mean for Confucian Classics under modern scientific research trend? What were the possible reasons? And what were the derived problems? I try to portray the actual research development of the post-war Confucian Classics in Japan from 1948 to 1968 by examining the questions above.|
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