Departmental Bulletin Paper 「繫辞伝」における熊沢蕃山の易学思想
Kumazawa Banzan’s Yi Thought in Xici Zhuan

李, 瑩

10pp.505 - 521 , 2017-03-31 , 関西大学大学院東アジア文化研究科
文部科学省グローバルCOEプログラム 関西大学文化交渉学教育研究拠点
Xici Zhuan is a general theory of scriptures and verses. “YiSanYi”, which is well known as “Yijian”, “Change” and “Immutability”, has basically become the last word on the subject since ancient Chinese scholar Zheng Xuan put forward the idea of “Yi Ming San Yi”, suggesting a slight change of a name can result in three different meanings. The content of Japanese scholar Kumazawa Banzan’s Xici Zhuan, with Original Meaning of Zhouyi by Zhu Xi as a reference, is mainly about “YiSanYi”, but the interpretation methods adopted by him such as “Theory of meaning”, “Theory of image” and “Theory of Gua-qi”, clearly prove that Kumazawa Banzan not only absorbed the methods from the School of Yi-ology of Song Dynasty, but also those from the School of Image-numberology of Han Dynasty and the School of Mind. Apart from this, he also used “Shinto of Great Void” to interpret Yi-ology. This also becomes the characteristic in Banzan’s interpretation.

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