|Title:||出土文獻新證與文獻考察──兼論異文在文獻詮釋中的價值 = Newly Unearthed Evidences and the Investigation Documents: On the Interpretive Value of Variant Characters||Authors:||徐富昌||Keywords:||出土文獻;文本;疑古;二重證據法;詮釋學;異文;Unearthed documents;Texts;Antiquity;The method of double or multiple verifications;Hermeneutics;Variant characters||Issue Date:||Jun-2005||Journal Issue:||22||Start page/Pages:||015-058||Source:||臺大中文學報||Abstract:||
Newly Unearthed Evidences and the Investigation Documents: On the Interpretive Value of Variant Characters Unearthed documents are significantly and directly relevant to the study of traditional Chinese scholarship. They playa crucial role in solving problems in individual academic cases as well. The study on the origin and development of ancient Chinese documents has been greatly illuminated by Wang Guo Wei's "method of double or multiple verifications", which first revealed the relevance between the investigation of existing documents and the new undearthed evidences. However, it remains a complicated and considerable matter to strike a balance between the attitudes of doubting and approving antiquity, and to utilize newly unearthed materials for a full exploration of the extant classics and unearthed documents. This article focuses on the annotation of documents, the proofing and appending of Chinese character, the exploration of ancient editions, the origin-tracing of texts, and the impact of identifying antique texts. While discussing those issues, the author shall illustrate the influence of the new evidences of unearthed documents on the study of documents.
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