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標題: 王船山援莊入儒論
作者: 林文彬 
關鍵字: 王夫之;船山;援莊入儒;莊子;渾天;體用
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
Project: 興大人文學報, Volume 34, Page(s) 223-246.

Wang Fu-chih (Chuan-shan) gives definitions to Jings, collects, compiles and arranges every theory and doctrine; he further elevates orthodox Confucian and rejects heresies. His austerely identifies Confucianism Buddhism and Taoism, especially perceives Chuang Tzu’s philosophy. His learning origins, ideal disciplines, the conduct of keeping his integrity intact, living in hermitry, and his intent of “Hun Tien”, all make Wang Fu-chih classifies Chuang Tzu, Confucian Tzu Chang’s collateral, into Confucian rank of unrestraint and simpleness.
Chuan-shan, focusing on Chuang Tzu’s defect of far from reality, adopts Confucian theory of practices to guide it up to rightness. Guiding Chuang Tzu to Confucius teaching exactly attributes intensive meaning of “Pan Chiao”. Besides, there is a certain obvious similarity between the thought mode of “Ti Yung” applied by Chuan-shan and the conception of “three theories are as one” developed by his contemporaries Fang Yi-chih and Shih Chih-hsu, which is the phenomenon deserved advertent attention.
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