Fragments of the Shijing of the Three Scholastic Lines: Some Remarks on the Shijing Citations Found in the Lunheng

By Pak-ka Chan.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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Among Chinese intellectual history, there were four scholastic lines of Shijing (Book of Odes)
commentaries in the Han times: Lu, Qi, Han, and Mao. Among them only Mao’s commentary
survives. Wang Chong’s Lunheng was written at the beginning of the Eastern Han when all the four
scholastic lines, the Lu, Qi, Han and Mao, were occupying or had occupied the official position. This
paper is a study of selected citations of the Shijing found in the Lunheng. They are compared with
Shijing-related writings from the Han period. The nature of former scholars’ research on Lunheng’s Shijing
scholastic lines will be discussed. Furthermore, the method to analyse the scholastic lines
of the Shijing will be introduced.

Keywords: Shijing, Boof of Odes, Lunheng, Han Scholastic Controversy

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 9, Issue 11, pp.71-78. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 892.396KB).

Pak-ka Chan

Research Assistant and Master of Philosophy Student, Research Centre of Chinese Ancient Texts, Chinese Language and Literature, The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Chan Pak-ka is a research assistant at the D. C. Lau Research Centre for Chinese Ancient Texts in The Chinese University of Hong Kong. His latest research project is related to lexicons of pre-Qin and Han Chinese ancient texts. His research interests include Chinese ancient classics, pre-Qin philosophy, and history of Han dynasty.

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