Frontiers of Philosophy in China 4 (1):52-63 (2009)
|Abstract||“Beauty” is a very important concept in Pre-Qin Confucian aesthetics. Pre-Qin Confucian aesthetics generally had two viewpoints when defining beauty: Negatively, by stressing that “beauty” in the aesthetic sense was not “good”; and positively, by stressing two factors: one, that beauty was related to “feeling” which was not an animal instinct, the other was that “beauty” was a special texture with a particular meaning. “Beauty” in Pre-Qin Confucian aesthetics may be defined as “texture (or form)” capable of communicating feeling or triggering a reaction of feeling.|
|Keywords||beauty Pre-Qin Confucian aesthetics boundary feeling wen 美 先秦儒家美学 边界 情 文|
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