Qi-Chao Liang’s academic philosophy researches on Chin Dynasty academic research and Pre-Ching King’s research.
|Keywords:||梁啟超;清代學術;先秦諸子;Qi-Chao Liang;Chin Dynasty academic research;Pre-Ching King’s research||Issue Date:||2006||Abstract:||
Qi-Chao Liang had set his mind on studying to become the Honorable National Number One Scholar. When he was 16 years old, he passed the imperial examination system. At age 17, he went to Beijing and attended the national examination assembly. When he turned 18, he joined Wan-Mu-Chao Academy and sought You-Wei Kang as his mentor. Thereafter, his philosophy of thinking had transformed greatly. He changed from a studious student to a political figure, who devoted on the political arena riding the whirlwind in the history. After the establishment of republic country, Qi-Chao Liang was appointed to be the cabinet member in charge of justice and finance. He achieved his many-year dreams to serve the country, and he had been through the era cooperating with General Shi-Kai Yuan, era of National Protection Battle and restoration of a dethroned monarch. However, at the end of year 1917, Qi-Chao Liang gradually stepped out of the politics and ended his “positive political career”. By next December, he accompanied by several good friends and traveled to Europe. As soon as he personally experienced the western culture, Qi-Chao Liang put both his devotion on western beliefs and criticism of traditional culture at the back of his mind. He was then become positive and acclaimed the spirit and values in the traditional culture. It is from the special mix of Chinese and western culture background that he attempted to create a new kind of assorted academic thinking system. Even though the structure of Chinese and western mixed academic philosophy, which he created at his later years, was still rough and too general at the time that it could not be called a system, he appraised a great deal of the “freedom of thinking” and “scientific spirit” associated within the western academics. From his affirmation for the core principal value in the western academics, it reflects that Qi-Chao Liang’s later years were reverted back to the traditional academic thinking. From the academic thinking perspective, Qi-Chao Liang’s transformation at the later years not only is transiting from politics to academic culture, but also more importantly is his delivery role of the process changing traditional academics to modernization. Thus, this report is founded based on this thinking background to explore Qi-Chao Liang’s uniqueness in academic thinking after reverting back to the traditional culture. This report is focused primarily on Qi-Chao Liang’s academic philosophy researches on Chin Dynasty academic research and Pre-Ching King’s research. Furthermore, it studies the uniqueness of Qi-Chao Liang’s academic philosophy during his later years, and its impact to nowadays academic studies.
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