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Zhu Xi’s annotation of the four books is one of his representative works and also his hard work. He was still revising the book the day before his death. His annotations are also among the many annotations of the four books, which have authority and influence. Scholars after the song and Yuan Dynasties should refer to his annotations when learning the four books. It can be said that Zhu Zhu Zhu’s four books have been “a mountain that can’t be bypassed or ignored” when we study Confucianism since the Yuan Dynasty. However, many viewpoints in Zhu Zhu’s notes are purely personal explanations, which actually deviate from the intention of the original book. How many people have lost their way in this mountain. Some people have criticized and demonstrated Zhu Zhu Zhu, but they lack systematic discussion. Professor Fu Peirong made a comprehensive and systematic analysis of the problems existing in the collection of Zhu Zhu Zhu’s four books, so as to interpret the true meaning of the four books for us.
Zhu Xi is wrong: comment on Zhu Zhu Zhu’s four books is divided into four parts. In order, it is a critical dialectic against Zhu Zhu Zhu’s notes in the Analects of Confucius, Mencius, University and the golden mean. Among them, the Analects of Confucius has many contents, emphasizing that Confucius and Mencius’ basic view is “human nature is good”. When discussing the part of Mencius, the author analyzes a series of concepts related to human nature, and draws a very different conclusion from Zhu Zhu Zhu《 In the part of University, the author’s understanding of “learning from things” is different from Zhu Zhu’s annotation and Wang Yangming’s interpretation. When it comes to the golden mean, the author seems to write an experience report, because the previous three books have established the ideological tone of Confucianism, and the golden mean has a summary meaning.
Fu Peirong, born in 1950, is a native of Shanghai. He graduated from the Department of philosophy of Fu Jen University in Taiwan and received a master’s degree from the Institute of philosophy of Taiwan University and a doctor’s degree from Yale University in the United States. He once served as director of the Department of philosophy and Institute of philosophy of Taiwan University, visiting professor of Leiden University in the Netherlands and the University of Leuven in Belgium. He is now a professor in the Department of philosophy of Taiwan University. Main works: Philosophy and life, the development of Confucianism and Taoism on heaven, the new theory of Confucian philosophy, the book of changes and life, Fu Peirong’s interpretation of the Analects of Confucius, etc.