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tandfonline.com – Guoxue and Transdiscipline as Illustrated by Law and Literature

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The complexity of society is producing more and more disciplines – yet the side effect of such proliferation is a lack of collaboration between these disciplines. Therefore, researchers are introducing transdisciplinary work to integrate them. Although guoxue is an old-fashioned research about China and things Chinese, it not only indicates that the idea of disciplines has existed in traditional Chinese academia, but it also has a transdisciplinary nature. In this article, in order to make transdisciplinarity and guoxue illustrate each other, I will explain how it is possible for guoxue to be transdisciplinary and use law and literature as an example to show how disciplines can work together and be transcended. In addition, I will use some Confucian classics, which scholars read as guidelines for how to be a local government official, as examples to illustrate the transdisciplinary nature of guoxue.

國學與跨學科研究——以法律與文學為例

隨著社會的多元與複雜化,有各式各樣不同的學科產生。然而學科增生的缺點是學科間缺乏合作與統整,因此用以整合學科的跨學科研究也就孕育而生。國學是一門研究中國及其學術的傳統問學方式,然而國學一詞不只指出了學科此一概念早已存在於中國傳統學術當中,國學更存在著跨學科研究之意涵。因此筆者在此論文中將說明國學與跨學科研究之相互關係,以法律與文學研究為例,來說明國學之所以具有跨學科性質的原因,以及學科間衝破藩籬相互合作的可能性。此外,筆者也會運用儒家經典中的論述,來說明傳統學者是如何將所學在現實中做跨學科的運用,亦以此作為國學中跨學科意涵之證明。

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Troels Gannerup Christensen

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