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    Title: Les représentations leibniziennes de l’écriture chinoise et des hexagrammes du Yijing
    Other Titles: The Leibnizian Representations of Chinese Writing and of the Yijing Hexagrams
    Authors: Marie-Julie Maitre;馬朱麗
    Keywords: Leibniz;Chinese writing;Universal Characteristic;Bouvet;Yijing;Hexagrams;萊布尼茲;中文字;通用表意文字;白晋;《易經》;八卦
    Date: 2020-12
    Issue Date: 2020-12-15 12:10:33 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: This article introduces the Leibnizian representations of Chinese writing and the Yijing hexagrams. I argue that Leibniz chose Chinese writing for his Universal Characteristic and then abandoned it because it was neither a combinatory nor a script that allowed calculation. His epistolary exchange with Bouvet revived his interest in Chinese writing with the analogy between binary arithmetic and the hexagrams of the Yijing established by the Jesuit. The hexagrams appear as combinatorial and therefore eligible to participate in Leibniz's project as signs. However, he is plagued by ambivalence, led by both the hope of building a Universal Characteristic from the hexagrams, and a caution against using them. Bouvet changed Leibniz's view of Chinese characters which he considered less pictographic and more philosophical because of their genealogical link with the Yijing hexagrams assumed by the two men.
    Relation: 淡江外語論叢=Tamkang University Foreign Language Review
    Appears in Collections:[法國語文學系暨研究所] 期刊論文

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