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    Title: 東林與復社的聯結-以馬世奇為中心之探究;The connection between Tung-lin and Fu-she: a research on Shih-Chi Ma (1584-1644)
    Authors: 葉為萱;Yeh, Lori
    Contributors: 歷史研究所
    Keywords: 馬世奇;東林;復社;經世實學;殉死;Shih-Chi Ma;Tung-lin;Fu-she;practical knowledge;martyrdom
    Date: 2022-03-25
    Issue Date: 2022-07-14 01:19:59 (UTC+8)
    Publisher: 國立中央大學
    Abstract: 本文主要從政治與思想等方面探討馬世奇在東林與復社間的作用、影響與定位。研究從人脈關係及東林、復社的政治行動中,探求社群對政治的影響,以及馬世奇對兩個社群的重要性。而後在晚明以東林等學派主導的變動思潮中,定位馬世奇的思想與價值觀。

    ;The purpose of this study is mainly to discuss the role, influence and position of Shih-Chi Ma(馬世奇)in the political changes between Tung-lin(東林)and Fu-she(復社)in the late Ming dynasty.

    Tung-lin and Fu-she are regarded as the gathering place of the Righteous Circles(清流). Two groups are connected in time while their members are also related. They both valued classics and practical knowledge while having the power to "exert the political influence as an opposition".

    Though Ma did not directly participate in the Tung-lin party struggle, he was regarded as the last generation of Tung-lin with his local relationship of Wuxi(無錫). Ma participated in a most influential wen-she(文社), Fu-she and was also good friends with its founder Pu Chang(張溥).Shih-Chi Ma was good at eight-legged essay writing, which was valued by the Imperial Examination training wen-she.
    After the Imperial Examination, he entered the Hanlin Academy(翰林院), which was close to the corridors of power. He wanted to serve his country and its people, but situation in the late Ming dynasty was difficult for him.

    In the end, Ma gave up his life when the dynasty fell, which not only reflected the unique values of morality and loyalty among the Ming scholars, but also became Ma’s most widely praised deed by later generations.
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