Departmental Bulletin Paper ハノイ漢喃研究院蔵『五倫叙』をめぐって

佐藤, トゥイウェン

49pp.377 - 398 , 2016-04-01 , 関西大学東西学術研究所
Ngũ luân tự (Discourse on the Five Relations) was written by the Vietnamese Confucian scholar Nguyễn Tông Quai in chữ nôm, the “double seven-six-eight” form, consisting of two seven-syllable lines followed by a six-syllable line and an eight-syllable line. The contents of this text concern encouraging the perfection of the five basic human relations, and were intended to serve as “family precepts” on morality and ethics for Nguyễn Tông Quai’s descendants. There is virtually no previous scholarly research on Nguyễn Tông Quai’s Ngũ luân tự. Since it can be regarded as a compendium of the Vietnamese ideal of the five relations -particularly those between ruler and subject, father and son, and elder and younger brother-Ngũ luân tự will be examined in this paper from a bibliographic perspective, which focuses on these relations while attempting to elucidate the unique aspects of the Vietnamese conception of them.

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