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The annotate of Second Poem ＂thinking cautiously＂ of ＂Warring States Bamboo Manuscripts collected by Tsinghua University (Vol. 1), the chapter of Zhou gong's Qinwu＂ in ＂Jingbi was written by King Cheng＂
|關鍵字:||清華簡;周公之琴舞;成王作儆毖;再啟;思慎;Tsinghua bamboo;Zhou gong's Qin wu;Jingbi was written by King Cheng;Second Poem;thinking cautiously||出版社:||臺中市：國立中興大學中國文學系||Project:||興大中文學報, Volume 35, Page(s) 35-60.||摘要:||
Zhou Gong Zhi Qin Wu(〈周公之琴舞〉)is an article of Warring States Bamboo Manuscripts collected by Beijing Tsinghua University. In this research paper, the second poem written by King Cheng (1) was studied. First, this research focuses on ＂fu ming si shen(夫明思慎)＂, ＂yong qiu qi you pi(用仇其有辟)＂, and ＂yu bi xi bu luo(欲彼熙不落)＂. Second, it proposes different understandings and opinions based on grammar and meaning of phrases and characters. Finally, this paper points that this poem was to admonish chancellors. The purport of the poem is ＂si shen＂ (think cautiously), King Cheng eulogized the ancient kings' great governance and exhorted his chancellors. The poem is divided into two parts, ＂qi＂(啟) is to inspire that ancient chancellors embrace the morality of thinking cautiously to assist their lords, and ＂luan＂(亂)to warn his chancellors to imitate and practice the ancient to honor the ancient kings.
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