A Type Research On The Reasoning In Yi Learning

"Book of Changes" and start from the ancient Confucius made ​​to learn notes and play, contains a wealth of logical thinking and more mature, a fixed type of reasoning, logic in ancient China, an important and special part. Learn logical reasoning in order to promote class-oriented type, its class type to push very complex, in general, including yin and yang, five elements, gossip and so unite. Learn the value of not telling, but mainly in the ideological, historical data and logic. Depth research to learn logic, to enrich the contents of the history of Chinese logic is important. Formed from remarks and exertions during the long years down from Confucius, Yi Jing and Yi Learning include rich logical thinking as well as the mature and stable reasoning methods. They are important yet special part of Chinese ancient logic. Reasoning is the main logic type in Yi Learning equipped with a rather complicated formation which includes YinYang, Wu Xing and Ba Gua etc. The value of Yi Learning is not simply at divining, but also at displaying thinking, historical data, and logic. Therefore, it is magnificent for enriching ancient Chinese logical study to deepen the research on Logic in Yi Learning
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