期刊目錄列表 - 59卷(2014) - 【師大學報:語言與文學類】59(1) 三月刊(本期專題:禮制與庶民生活)
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【專題:「儒家倫常:禮制與庶民生活」】韓儒鄭三峰的闢佛論
作者:楊祖漢(國立中央大學中國文學系教授)

卷期:59卷第1期
日期:2014年3月
頁碼:43-62
DOI:10.6210/JNTNULL.2014.59(1).03

摘要:

韓儒鄭道傳(?~1398)是高麗朝末、朝鮮朝初的大儒,他在當時的朝代更迭之際,有極大的影響力。由於他得到朝鮮朝開國君王的信任,得以實行其重儒的見解,奠定了朝鮮朝以儒學為國教的基礎。在他的〈佛氏雜辨〉中,很有系統地對佛教的主要見解提出批評,他的批評主要以朱子的思想為根據,而又有深化的發展。

  本論文分析鄭三峰〈佛氏雜辨〉的要點,並透過比較顯出他所理解的儒佛義理之不同。本文認為,朝鮮朝實行重儒政策,並非只是為了現實政治上的需要,而有其理性上的原因。

關鍵詞:朝鮮朝、道德意識、韓國儒學、闢佛論

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中文APA引文格式楊祖漢(2014)。韓儒鄭三峰的闢佛論。師大學報:語言與文學類59(1),43-62。doi:10.6210/JNTNULL.2014.59(1).03
APA FormatYang, C.-H. (2014). Jeong Sambong’s Refutation of Buddhism. Journal of National Taiwan Normal University: Linguistics & Literature, 59(1), 43-62. doi:10.6210/JNTNULL.2014.59(1).03

Journal directory listing - Volume 59 (2014) - Journal of NTNU: Linguistics & Literature【59(1)】March (Special Issue: Confucian ethos: Etiquette & Vernacular life)
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【Special issue: Confucian ethos: Etiquette & Vernacular life】Jeong Sambong’s Refutation of Buddhism
Author: Cho-Hon Yang(Department of Chinese Literature, National Central University)

Vol.&No.:Vol. 59, No. 1
Date:March 2014
Pages:43-62
DOI:10.6210/JNTNULL.2014.59(1).03

Abstract:

Jeong Dojeon (pen name: Sambong) was a noble Confucian in the early Joseon Dynasty. He was also a major advisor to King Taejo, the founder and first king of the Joseon Dynasty. As a Confucian, Sambong was a strict critic of Buddhism. The base of his criticism was Chu Hsi’s philosophy. Sambong used the Chinese neo-Confucian philosophers’ theories in the Song Dynasty, such as Chou Lien-his, Chang Tsai, and Cheng brothers (Cheng Hao and Cheng Yi), to refute the Buddhism. His representative work is “Bulsijapbyeon,” which has 20 sections. Six critical sections of “Bulsijapbyeon,” were analyzed. I attempt to show that Sambong profoundly understood the difference between Confucianism and Buddhism. His critical tandpoint toward Buddhism was based on a crucial contention regarding Confucianism: what a person morally ought to do is only for the sake of morality itself but not for the sake of any interests or other purpose.

Keywords:Joseon Dynasty, moral consciousness, Korean Confucianism, to refute Buddhism