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|Authors: ||趙逸凡;JHAO, Yi-Fan|
|Issue Date: ||2018-01-16 11:14:14 (UTC+8)|
;After establishment of the Ming Dynasty the founding emperor Zhu Yuanzhang implememted the System Of Enfeoffment, granted his sons not only land but military power. As a result, it caused the imbalance and opposition between the central and local goverment. This was the background of the conflict called "Jingnan Battle". The two leaders, Yao Guangxiao, an outstanding elite of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism, and Zhu Di, well managed the north feudatory with great ambition, worked together to achieve the transform of emperor power in this crtical battle.
The result of "Jingnan Battle" turned the development of Ming Dynasty. It also presented Yao Guangxiao’s military talent. Zhu Di could led only eight hundred sergeant to win the fight when he faced the thrill of the imperial force in Peking, and later recover his north territory, all these thanks to Yao Guangxiao’s prediction and planning. After that, Yao Guangxio suggested again to conquest Nanjing directly in order to break through the stalemate situation. Thus, Zhu Di could spend three years to capture the power of emporer and re-unit the Ming Dynasty. Zhu Di rewarded Yao Guangxiao as the greatest contributor in this critical battle.
After Zhu Di dominated Nanjing, Yao Guangxiao changed his former positive attitude in politics, gave up to imitate his idol, the Yuan Dynasty prime minister Liu Bingzhong to embrace the ideal of meliorism, instead, he had the thought to leave the political arena. The reason was probably because of Zhu Di′s cruel killing of the dissidents and refusing to grant the politcal power to others. Yao Guangxiao though till stayed in the court, but only dedicated himself to the Buddha, to the lasting of education and to assist the Prince. He was away from politic power, no longer participated in decision-making with ambition.
Keywords: Yao Guangxiao,Zhu Di, "Jingnan battle", Liu Bingzhong
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