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    Title: 孔孟儒學義命關係之研究
    Other Titles: A study on the relationships between justice and fate in the philosophies of Confucius and Mencius
    Authors: 洪岱暄;Hung, Dai-shiuan
    Contributors: 淡江大學中國文學系碩士在職專班
    袁保新;Yuan, Pao-hsin
    Keywords: 儒學;義命;天人;Confucianism;justice and fate;heaven and humans
    Date: 2012
    Issue Date: 2013-04-13 11:46:09 (UTC+8)
    Abstract:   當代儒學詮釋的分化,表面上是對文本的解讀不同,但事實上,無不與詮釋者自身所持之問題意識與使用之概念工具有關。因此,面對儒學義命關係的詮釋差異上,我們首先要釐清的就是詮釋者在價值主張背後的問題意識與思維脈絡,一旦問題意識與思維脈絡獲得清晰疏解,則價值主張之成立與否之探究才成為可能。
    The differentiation of Contemporary Confucian interpretation on the surface was because of the interpretation of the text, but in fact was because of the consciousness and the use of conceptual tools held by all the interpreter. Therefore, facing with the difference of interpretation of the relationship between justice and fate, we must first clarify the interpretation of the value proposition behind the problem of consciousness and thinking context, and then the inquiry becomes possible.
    Subjects of concern in this study fall on the modern significance of the relationship between justice and fate in Confucianism, I selected the important achievements of the contemporary Confucian studies, including Professor Lao Sze-kwang, Professor Tan Chun-yi,Professor Mou Zong-san,.and Professor Yuan Pao-hsin.
    This thesis was divided into six chapters. The first chapter: Introduction describes the motivation, purpose, methods, and the related materials in this area. Chapter II On to Professor Lao explicates the relationship of heaven and human beings by the framework of ought/is, so Heaven(destiny) and Justice is non-connection.The third chapter: Professor Tan explicates the relationships between Justice and Fate is Unity of Heaven and Human beings or Heaven and Human beings as one, so life and reality is Harmony. The forth chapter: Professor Mou referenced to Kant philosophical framework of the "moral metaphysics" to interpret the Chinese Confucianism. Interpretation of the relationship of justice and fate, Mou advocated "division of the Justice and Fate". Heaven is not only beyond but also Heaven and Human beings as one.The fifth chapter: Professor Yuan based on the transfer of problem awareness, referencing to Heidegger philosophy as an interpretation frame to re-interpret the relationship between justice and fate. The sixth chapter contains the conclusion and recommendations.
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