The Book of Changes originally contained the earliest concept of "the unity of man and nature" in Chinese culture. In the pre-Qin period, Yi Zhuan profoundly excavated and developed this concept. In the creative interpretation of "Yi" scholars in various Dynasties, Form a system of "harmony between man and nature". The concept of "harmony between man and nature" has long been implicated in the Book of Changes. It was first seen in the Guodian Bamboo Slips, "Yu Cong I" unearthed in Jingmen, Hubei in 1993, Language can be described as "Book of Changes" "harmony between man and nature" the best footnote. The Book of Changes is a book of scriptures that historically has been studied by the sage to study the principles of nature (human laws) and humanity (human order). The "Yi" is therefore a source of heaven and humanity, and is full of modern meanings. However, the word "harmony between man and nature" became the term very late. It was not until Zhang Zai (1020-1077) of the Northern Song Dynasty explicitly stated. Since this idea and thought have become the core proposition of the coordinated and unified relationship between the human subject and the natural object in China's traditional culture, they have had negative effects in the business and industry and high-tech civilization and have an increasingly serious impact on the modern and re-examination of the cultural spirits and characteristics of the thought of "harmony between man and nature" in the Book of Changes have important meanings for building and exploring the harmonious relationship between man and nature. Therefore, the purpose of this project is to focus on how to interpret "Nature and Humanity", "Heaven or God and Humanity", "Morality and Humanity" in focusing on the three major systems of the Book of Changes, Three major dimensions of the philosophical meaning , with a view of the modern civilization of harmony.
|Effective start/end date||2018/08/01 → 2019/07/31|
- Harmony between Nature and Humanity.
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