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    Title: 論唐君毅「自我超越」的工夫歷程:以《道德自我之建立》為中心;On Tang Jun-I’s Concept of “Self-Transcendence” in his theory of moral cultivation: Focusing on His Writing in The Establisment of Moral Self
    Authors: 潘彥安;On,Poon Yin
    Contributors: 哲學研究所
    Keywords: 唐君毅;工夫論;自我超越;道德自我之建立;孤獨;Tang Jun-I;self-transcendence;self-cultivation;spirituality;solitude
    Date: 2015-07-20
    Issue Date: 2015-09-23 11:36:38 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本文主旨在論唐君毅先生在工夫論中的自我超越觀,主要以唐先生的早期著作《道德自我之建立》為中心,並輔以《人生之體驗》及《人生之體驗續編》,整理出唐先生「自我超越」的工夫歷程。本文分成三部:
    ;This thesis is a study of Tang Jun-I’s concept of “self-transcendence” in his theory of moral cultivation. It is based on his early works in his The Establisment of Moral Self with some materials from both his book of The Experience of Life and the Essays Following The Experience of Life. It aims to present Professor Tang’s idea of the process of moral cultivation in his concept of self- transcendence. It consists of three parts.

    Part one treats the question of moral life and self-transcendence. Professor Tang emphasizes that we should live morally and the nature of morality is a process of self- transcendence. This part explains what it means to live morally and the relation between self-transcendence and morality. The second part deals with the process of self-transcendence and goes further in the details of the process. It starts with the problem of evil. Professor Tang regards evil as the result of the corruption of the human mind and the process of moral cultivation is a process of reversion of non-corruption. The third part is the moral cultivation of self-transcendence. It explains the process of becoming a virtuous person and the kind of cultivation in this process. According to Tang’s theory, this process is the enlargement of our spiritual self so as to overcome the corruptions of our mind. Professor Tang suggested specific steps and different aspects of the process. Basically, Tang regards the asendence of spirit is not a natural process but an endeavor of our hope for a ascendence. There is cultivation of such a consciousness of ascendence, this is the consolidation and development of our mind. One of the focal point is the sense of loneliness solitude. Hence the thesis ends with an explanation how solitude helps to promote the development of our spirit.
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