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    標題: 十六國時期的星占學
    Astrology in the Sixteen Countries Period
    作者: 錢國盈
    貢獻者: 通識教育中心
    關鍵字: 十六國
    星占學
    Sixteen Countries period
    Astrology
    日期: 2007
    上傳時間: 2009-04-12 09:58:16 (UTC+8)
    摘要: 十六國時期星占學仍然盛行,當時星占學的影響主要是在政治及軍事兩方面。政治上,星占學的影響有四:一、合理化政權的建立;二、臣以此上疏勸諫國君;三、進行政治鬥;四、進行政變。軍事上,天文星占的運用則有下列三種:一、預測戰爭的成敗;二、擬定戰爭的策略;三、預測戰爭的發生。 星占學在十六國時期之所以仍然盛行,其原因有三:一、言而有驗;二、君主多信奉儒學;三、時代動盪不安。
    In the Sixteen Countries Period, astrology was still in vogue, it influenced mainly in politics and military affairs at that time. In politics, astrology has four kinds of influences: (1) rationalizing the establishment of political powers; (2) the feudal official’s expostulations to the monarch; (3) waging political struggles; (4) implementing coups. In military affairs, astrology had three kinds of utilization: (1) forecasting the results of wars; (2) drawing up war strategies; (3) forecasting the occurrence of wars. In the Sixteen Countries Period, astrology was still in vogue because: (1) the accuracy of astrology; (2) the monarch believed in the Confucianism; (3) it was a chaotic time.
    關聯: 嘉南學報(人文類) 33期:p.326-340
    Appears in Collections:[嘉南學報] 33 期 (2007)
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