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    標題: 論語引經考述
    作者: 藍麗春
    貢獻者: 人文社會中心
    關鍵字: 孔子
    the Analects of Confucius
    Six Books
    日期: 2002
    上傳時間: 2008-07-01 15:53:37 (UTC+8)
    出版者: 台南縣:嘉南藥理科技大學人文社會中心
    摘要: 本專題計劃以《論語》中所引用經文作為研究主體,以瞭解孔子之思想淵源暨孔子與六經間的傳承關係。六經中,《春秋》始終未出現於《論語》中,故以《詩》、《書》、《禮》、《樂》、《易》等五經為《論語》引經的主要研究對象。春秋之世,各國通習之教材為《詩》、《書》、《禮》、《樂》,是以《論語》言及此四經者之數量亦較多。據統計《論語》內所引五經條文之情形為:言及禮者43筆,言及樂者14筆,引詩19條,言及書者3條,言及易者2條。其中言《禮》、《樂》係指禮意與音樂等實際的演練與操作而言,非指真有文字記載的經書,因此真正引經數量最多者為十九條的《詩經》,由此可以推知原始儒家中《詩經》的地位特別重要。
    This research case is to study the articles of Six Books which to be discussed in the Analects of Confucius. The purpose is to analysis the Confucius's idea source and the handed down relation between Six Books. The article in The Book of Chun Qiu wasn't to be discussed in the Analects of Confucius. For this reason, We researched the articles in The Book of Songs, The Book of History, The Book of Rites, The Book of Music and The Book of Changes which to be discussed in Analects of Confucius.
    During that time, Confucian learned more about Songs, History, Rites and Music, so the articles in this four books were found more in the Analects of Confucius.
    The maximum quantity of article for Six Books to be discussed in the Analects of Confucius was The Book of Songs. We can infer that The Book of Songs was most important in Confucianism.
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