[1]王利民.刘子翚的生平思想及其对朱熹的影响[J].江西师范大学学报(哲学社会科学版),2015,(06):51-56.
 WANG Limin.Life Thoughts of LIU Zihui and Its Influence on ZHU Xi[J].,2015,(06):51-56.
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刘子翚的生平思想及其对朱熹的影响()
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《江西师范大学学报》(哲学社会科学版)[ISSN:1006-6977/CN:61-1281/TN]

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期数:
2015年06期
页码:
51-56
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出版日期:
2015-12-01

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Title:
Life Thoughts of LIU Zihui and Its Influence on ZHU Xi
作者:
王利民
赣南师范学院 文学院,江西 赣州 341000
Author(s):
WANG Limin
School of Chinese Language and Literature,Gannan Normal University,Ganzhou,Jiangxi 341000,China
关键词:
刘子翚 朱熹 儒学 《屏山集》
Keywords:
LIU Zihui ZHU Xi Confucianism Ping Shan Ji
分类号:
I206.2
文献标志码:
A
摘要:
在南宋早期,刘子翚是道学的枢纽性人物。在青年时期,他从事过抗击金兵等军事、政治活动,壮年以后以居家讲学为主。他的思想历程是前期沉溺默照禅,后期复归儒学。他为朱熹开示了理学门户,他最终的儒学立场和归宿对朱熹思想的形成有重要的影响。刘子翚的学问大旨建立在整合理学与禅学思想资源的基础上,他的哲学论著融禅理而不引佛经,铸造了以儒包佛的理学体系。其《屏山集》中最具代表性的文章是《圣传论》、《维民论》和《论时事劄子八首》。
Abstract:
In early Southen Song Dynasty,LIU Zihui was a pivotal figure of Neo Confucianism.During his youth,he engaged in military and political activities,such as fighting gainst Jinbing.After the meridian of life,he mainly engaged in giving lectures at home.Being different from studying mozhaozen in early period,his thought process returned to Confucianism in later period.In terms of Confucianism,he has inspired and influenced ZHU Xi.To some extent,his final Confucianism position did a lot to help ZHU Xi to build his theory.This paper points out that LIU Zihui's thought was based on the integration of Neo-confucianism and Zen,and his philosophical works absorbed Zen thought,instead of quoting the Buddhist Scriptures,forming the Neo Confucianism system of inclusion of Buddhism with Confucianism.There are some representative articles in Ping Shan Ji,such as Sheng Chuan Lun,Wei Min Lun,Lun Shi Shi Da Zi Ba Shou,etc.

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基金项目:国家社科基金后期资助项目“宋代理学诗人论稿”(编号:07FZW003)
更新日期/Last Update: 1900-01-01