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漢代經學視域下的書寫美感和書法藝術=Writing aesthetics and calligraphy art on the horizons of Han Confucian Classics
Author 馬銘浩 (著)=Ma, Ming-Hao (au.)
Source 夏荊山藝術論衡=Journal of Xia Jing Shan's Art
Pages9 - 27
Publisher Url
Location臺北市, 臺灣 [Taipei shih, Taiwan]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Keyword書寫美感=Writing aeshetics; 經學文字=Confucian Classics Writing; 日常書寫=Everyday Writing; 書法藝術=Calligraphy Art

The invention of writing has allowed civilizations to be effectively preserved and passed down. However, many issues related to writing had emerged as diverse scripts and fonts became standardized, which altered the course of cultural history. The resulting shifts and changes deserve to be carefully examined, including the rise of Confucianism as main state ideology advocated by Emperor Wu of Han dynasty. This resulted in disputes between Modern Confucian Classics and Ancient Confucian Classics, which impacted the historiography of Han dynasty and dictated the course of its cultural history. The modern and ancient disputes encompassed more than just academic schools of thoughts and political interests; on the very surface, it debated over the issues of authenticity associated with writing. The Modern Confucian Classics consisted mainly of recounts by Han dynasty Confucian scholars, with general ideas of Confucianism thereby derived. On the other hand, Ancient Confucian Classics referenced unearthed literature, and re-edited to decipher the authenticity of the scriptures. Both sides demonstrated theoretical foundations with offensive and defensive objectives, but were both fundamentally focused on the cognition and examination of writing. Therefore, Shuowen Jiezi (literally “discussing writing and explaining characters”, an ancient Chinese dictionary from the Han dynasty) compiled by Xu Shen traced the evolution of Chinese characters, which became the cornerstone for Ancient Confucian Classics. It is not the intention of this paper to go into details on the debate over principles and connotations in Ancient Confucian Classics and Modern Confucian Classics, but the objective is to examine how writing and artistic aestheticism were impacted by the argument over the Confucian classics and their interrelated influences on writing. Furthermore, under the scope of Confucian Classics, analysis is made on how Chinese characters progressed from Confucian principles and evolved into calligraphy art through the gradual development of different and altered writing aesthetics. This paper departs from the value of writing explained by Confucian principles and examines the intrinsic differences between official writing style and everyday writing styles. Lastly, analysis is conducted on the developmental course of calligraphy art under the scope of traditional Confucian principles, and how its give-and-take relationship with Confucian Classics led to the parallel development of writing aesthetics and the art of calligraphy.
Table of contents一、前言 11
二、漢代經學觀念中的文字價值 11
三、文字書寫規準與日常生活書寫 15
四、經學思想與藝術美感的權衡 18
五、書學正統與別裁僞體的並存 23
六、結語 25
引用書目 27
ISSN24126233 (P)
Created date2022.08.04
Modified date2022.08.04

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