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|Title: ||兩晉士風之省思與評論;On the Reflection of the Ethos of the Jin’s Intellectuals and Discussion|
|Keywords: ||兩晉;士風;清談;隱逸;出仕;家族;任誕;Jin Dynasty;The Ethos of Intellectuals;Pure Conversation;Seclusion;Being an official;Family;Being Dissipated and Unruly Behavior|
|Issue Date: ||2016-03-17 18:19:34 (UTC+8)|
;Evaluation of the Jin Dynasty intellectuals always more negative, there are those who even think that they were the groups with most personality disorder. However, if we consider their environment of the era, with the sympathetic understanding, we will find that those critics could be reevaluated. This study on the reflection of the ethos of the Jin’s intellectuals and discussion focuses on pure conversation, living in seclusion or being a scholar-official, and being dissipated and unruly behavior. The study is divided into five chapters as follows:
The first chapter is an overview of the ethos of intellectuals and political environment during Jin dynasty, as the background of discussion on the study in the following chapters and the revision to this topic, which include the elaborations of study’s field.
The second chapter, the Discussion on Pure Conversation. The ethos of Late-Han’s intellectuals and the origin of the pure conversation are carried out to clarify the differences of political criticism, pure conversation and metaphysical talks. Meanwhile, also to explore the trend of reflection on pure conversation discussion from Jin’s intellectuals, to examine the statement about pure conversation was sabotage the national interest.
The third chapter is the Discussion on being a hermit or a scholar-official. First, sort out the history of seclusion in Chinese tradition in two main forms: the seclusion of Taoism and Confucian. The research will take the example of Ji Kang and Ji Xi brothers, analyze their choice of being a hermit or a scholar-official could suffer as a result of political coercion. And also dissertating on the paradox situation of Ji Shao, who is Ji Kang’s son, with the death of his father caused by emperor of Jin yet served as a Jin’s scholar-official.
The fourth chapter is the Discussion on Being Dissipated and Unruly Behavior of Jin’s Intellectuals. To study wherefore nineteen dissipated Jin’s intellectuals were recorded in the History of the Jin Dynasty. They did not refuse to be a scholar-official even they belief in Taoism’s seclusion, hereby to highlight the relationship between the dissipated Jin’s intellectual and the rulers.
Chapter five is the conclusion, summarizing the whole study and dissertation of the Jin’s intellectuals in Chinese history, as well as the limitations of the study.
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