法與生命的悖論: 論章太炎的政治性與批判史觀

Translated title of the contribution: On Zhang Taiyan’s Political Thoughts and Critical Views of History: the Paradox between Law and Life

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Abstract

The core political thoughts of Zhang Taiyan related to each other and gradually developed in different times and social conditions. A study on Zhang Taiyan’s thoughts during the Republican Period show ed that the core critical view s of history in his political thoughts completely inherited the revolutionary ideas in the early years and also connected closely to the study of national cultural heritage. Zhang Taiyan’s political thoughts after the Revolution of 1911 focused on the state as an organization body,and further criticized the overpow ered administrative organs of the state,w hich inherited his political thoughts on the state concept before the Revolution,exploring the tension among organ,life and law. In addition,Zhang Taiyan show ed his critical view s of history in Qi Wu Lun Shi on the basis of Lao Zi and Zhuang Zi’s philosophy,Hua Yan Sect’s doctrine of consciousness as the first causes and the theory of origin of ontology proposed by w ord meaning explanation tradition in primary schools,w hich w as sufficient to check the paradox betw een life and law revealed by the state as the system and the concept. Finally,a political criticism in terms of history is to be conducted in the paper.
Translated title of the contributionOn Zhang Taiyan’s Political Thoughts and Critical Views of History: the Paradox between Law and Life
Original languageChinese (Traditional)
Pages32-55
Number of pages15
StatePublished - Nov 2012
Event《章太炎思想世界的新開掘》學術會議 - 人民大學, 北京, China
Duration: 10 Nov 201211 Nov 2012

Conference

Conference《章太炎思想世界的新開掘》學術會議
CountryChina
City北京
Period10/11/1211/11/12

Keywords

  • Zhang Taiyan
  • political thoughts
  • critical view s of history
  • state
  • life

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