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The Enlightenment of Yan Jun’s Thought of “Following One’s Heart without Exceeding the Rules” to Social Corruption

Qianqian Li

Abstract


Yan Jun is an outstanding representative of The Taizhou School. His thought of “Following One’s Heart without Exceeding the Rules” has an important reference function for modern society. It can regulate people’s behavior and reduce social corruption. Yan Jun’s Thought of “Following One’s Heart without Exceeding the Rules” is conducive to the construction of a harmonious society.

Keywords


Neo-Confucianism; Social Corruption; Desire; Heart

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Chen Gujia. A Study on the Ethics of Song Dynasty’s Neo Confucianism, Hunan University Press, 2006.

Huang Zongxi. An Anthology of the Confucian Works of the Ming Dynasty, Zhonghua Book Company, 1985.

Yan Jun. The collection of Yan Jun, China Social Sciences Press, 1996.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18282/l-e.v9i3.1597

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