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The Exploration of Su Zhe's Annotations of Mencius and Confucian Classics
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Zhe Su's "Mencius Jie" presents his theories of human nature, self-cultivation and benevolent rule. In terms of the theory of human nature, Zhe Su approved Mencius's "Zhiyan", which made him realize the problems of other theories. However, he questioned Mencius's theory of goodwill and proposed his own Xing Gu Lun. In the aspect of self-cultivation theory, Zhe Su emphasized nourishing the mental status, no being distracted, persistence and improving and withdrawing fast to address the self-cultivation process, learning attitudes, self-cultivation goals and propose his own theory of self-cultivation. As for the theory of benevolent rule, Zhe Su expressed his ideal government through "Mencius Jie", from the debate between personal loyalty and benefits, the differentiation between benevolent rule and ruling by force, the principles of the ruler and the official and the real historic perspectives which Zhe Su valued. "Mencius Jie" presents the righteousness to the whole world of the Confucianism that the Confucianists in the Song Dynasty had, the humbleness and indisputableness which Taoist had, and the characteristics of historians' thoughts. In addition, it researches and analyzes the characteristics of thoughts of Confucianism, Taoism and Buddhism.
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