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    Title: 日本江戶時代<<孝經>>之調查研究
    Other Titles: An investigation of the published books of Xiaojing in Edo period
    Authors: 陳雪玲;Chen, Hsueh-Ling
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系碩士班
    Keywords: 孝經;江戶時代;出版;Xiaojing;Edo period;published books
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 11:46:07 (UTC+8)
    Abstract: 《孝經》一書,由來已久,它是儒家闡述孝道的重要書籍,也是中國孝思理
    經》刊本的傳刻概況。 第參章為「江戶時代的《孝經》圖籍出版」,將江戶時代
    As early as the Nara period, the emperor of Japan has mandated ”The Classic of Filial
    Piety” to be the required textbook for scholars of the day. By the time of Heian Period,
    scholars who specialized in biographical-thematical history writings (jizhuan )
    and the classics (mingjing ) endeavor to research and impart”Yu Zhu Xiaojing”
    and ”Kungzhuang”. Since then, in hundreds of years, Japanese scholars in every
    period all dedicated to elucidate the value of ”The Classic of Filial Piety”. At the time
    of Edo period, the publication of ”The Classic of Filial Piety” and the relevant books
    concerned thereof had reached its zenith.
    Given this, I consider writings in relation to ”The Classic of Filial Piety” (Xiaojing) in
    Edo period epitomized all the research in Japan history. Therefore, with only a small
    part discussing the spread history and background of ”Xiaojing” in Japan, the thesis
    elaborates mainly the investigation and research of the aforesaid writings and to make a
    thorough inquiry of the general situation and the characteristics of their publication in an
    attempt to display Japanese scholars’ effort in researching ”Xiaojing”. The first
    chapter ‘Introduction’ explains the motivation, content and methods of this research
    paper together with my expectation of this research. The second chapter ‘The General
    Situation of the Spread of “Xiaojing” in Japan’ primarily discusses the pass down
    history of the manuscript copy and the publication of printed copy for ”Xiaojing.” The
    third chapter ‘Publication of “Xiaojing” Writings in Edo Period’ divides Edo period into five phases and examines writings concerning “Xiaojing” in every phase to elaborate the
    publication features of “Xiaojing.” The forth chapter ‘Re-create of “Xiaojing”
    Writings in Edo Period’ discusses the Edo period “re-create” phenomenon of
    “Xiaojing” and the related writings effected by the phenomenon to manifest remarkable
    efforts the Japanese scholars have been made. The fifth chapter ‘The Values of
    Writings Related to “Xiaojing” in Edo Period’ generalizes three values of the
    “Xiaojing”-related writings in Edo period from the research of chapter two to chapter
    forth. The sixth chapter ‘conclusion’ summarizes the content of chapter two to chapter
    five in three aspects: ‘preservation and inheritance of “Xiaojing”- the spread of Filial
    (‘Xioa’) culture,’ ‘innovation of “Xiaojing”- a self-reliant corner of Japanese culture’
    and ‘development of “Xiaojing”- enhancement and share of the “Xiaojing” documents.’
    Appears in Collections:[Graduate Institute & Department of Chinese] Thesis

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