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The Real Intention of the Admiration of Hermits
著者
下見 隆雄
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東洋思想
抄録(英)
Kê Hung (葛洪), a scholar early in the 4th century A. D., wrote his 'Pao pu tzu' (抱朴子) and explained his famous Immortal being in its Nei pien (内編), while he admired the way of hermit life in its Wai pien (外編).

In this paper, the auther of these lines focused his eyes mainly on the Wai pien and tried to make it clear where lies the real intention, of Kê Hung's admiration of such kind of existence as hermits. Although the admiration of hermit itself might be understood merely as a manifestation of the ideal figure of human existence, it is, in reality, dealt as the symbolic expression of a certain social phenomenon.

That is to say, Kê Hung tried to explain that hermits would appear with such backgrounds as the weakening of the dynastical authority and the confusion and instability of the political administration. Therefore, the admiration of hermit-like existence couid conversely be taken as the tacit implication of the social confusion and of the crisis of its collapse.
掲載誌名
哲学
22号
開始ページ
23
終了ページ
40
出版年月日
1970-10-12
出版者
広島哲学会
ISSN
0495-2200
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日本語
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