Study on the Arising and the Affecting of Historiography during Six Dynasties through Academic Interaction
|Keywords:||學術交涉;六朝史學;經史;子史;文史;四部;史部;Academic Interaction;Historiography of Six Dynasties;Classics;Zi Studies;Literature;Catalogue of Historical Books;Four-division Classifications||Issue Date:||2007||Abstract:||
The arising of Historiography during Six Dynasties has been considerably noticed. Facing this vital academic phenomenon, this thesis is interested in that with what kind of complexion Historiography built up its own value in Six Dynasties. During this period, the atmosphere of academia was vigorous, and the interaction between Four-division Classifications was also thickly proceeding. That must have been an important environment where Historiography was not only gradually forming its complexion but also affecting other academic field. Therefore, this thesis tried to study the arising and the affecting of Historiography during Six Dynasties through academic interaction which included how Historiography interacted with Classics, Zi Studies, and Literature at that period.
The topics this thesis canvassed are as below.
In the second chapter, Classics has been discussed and confirmed its original historical character. Subsequently, this chapter probed into the progress of the interaction between Classics and Historiography after Han Dynasty and Chin Dynasty. Meanwhile, this chapter also discussed about how Historiography developed its practical significance with inheriting the spirit of falling Classics while metaphysical thinking was in vogue at that time. In the third chapter, the study traced back to Sz Ma Chian who established a patron saint in both Zi Studies and Historiography by writing “History Records”. Through this point of view, the mindset of setting up words for permanence of people during Six Dynasties could be comparatively figured out, and what they have followed or changed could also be noticed. Moreover, observing in what way the writings have been done could prove the decline of Zi Studies and the bloom of Historiography, so this chapter then made a study of the intimate relationship between Zi Studies and Historiography to further treat about the complication of them. In this way, this chapter meditated showing how Historiography actively succeed to Zi Studies’ falling spirit. The forth chapter concerned about the interaction between Literature and Historiography. This chapter started with making a review of different view of segmentation toward Literature and Historiography. Subsequently, the study observed various aspects of their interaction to see how they affect each other, and keep an eye on the trend of the prosperous literary development.
In sum, this thesis is aiming at making a thorough inquiry, and trying to give an account for the factor of the formation and the effect of Historiography of Six Dynasties.
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