This special research project was based upon Lu Liben's Yi Jing Ben Zhi (Original Intension of the Book of Yi Jing), collected into Sequel to Chinese Christian Texts from the Zikawei Library which were edited by Nicolas Standaert, Ad Dudink and Wang Renfang. The Taipei Ricci Institute was photocopied and published in Shanghai in 2013. The first and second volumes of the Xujiahui Collection of Ming and Qing Dynasties Catholic Literature in the Ming and Qing Dynasties included the Qing Dynasty Qianlong thirty-nine years (1774) , Hedong Jinyi Lu Liben (unknown) wrote; Tongzhi eleven years (1872), Yunjian Fangji (unknown) have recorded four volumes of essays. The manuscript of the Book of Changes is the main study of the original text, including the first volume of the book pp. 1-198, the second volume pp. 199 -396,the third volume pp. 397-586, and the fourth volume pp. 1-206, totaly 792 pages. The book is very complete and rich, the book is based on the Catholic "Bible" doctrine, interpretation of the "Book of Changes" sixty-four hexagrams, which is different from the traditional ones with Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism. The book has never been seen before, and has never been paid attention to by scholars. So far, there are no relevant research results, and it has profound academic value. Therefore, the plan first proposes to publish the full manuscript of the text, to take the opportunity to publish, to provide a reference for the academic community, to compare and review; secondly, to summarize the full manuscript, to verify how the author invokes the Catholic righteousness, as an interpretation of the "I Ching" thought. The context system will be trying to distinguish the homosexuality, the mixture and the harmony between the three aspects of religion, academicity and time. The project will be to observe and understand how the Western God's righteousness and the Eastern Confucianism are approaching to teaching, adaptation and melting.
|Effective start/end date||2019/08/01 → 2020/07/31|
- Middle of Qianlong Dynasty
- Invoking Yijing into Catholicism
- Lu Liben
- Yi Jing Ben Zhi (Original Intension of the Book of Yi Jing)
- Zikawei(Xujiahui) Library
- Sequel to Chinese Christian Texts from the Zikawei Library.
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