Experience the Truth According to Heart: An Analysis of Kien Minagawa’s Reflection Sixth in the Abstract of Inquiry and Study

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  • Shen Heng Tongji University

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.18002/sin.v5i2.5412

Keywords:

Kien Minagawa, Abstract of Inquiry and Study, Reflection, Learning for Oneself.

Abstract

 Kien Minagawa is a Sinologist in Japanese Tokchon middle age. Abstract of Inquiry and Study is the learning principal of Kien Minagawa, which containing Six Clauses and Thirty Subclauses. Reflection is the last step of Six Clauses, and it is not only the end and summary of the article, but also the beginning of learning. Reflection contains three stages: observing, thinking and practise, which depend on each other. The three stages of Reflection are the study of the subtle relationship between knowledge and practice, and also the learning for oneself.

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Author Biography

Shen Heng, Tongji University

 School of Humanities

Shanghai, China 200092

Published

2018-03-01

How to Cite

Heng, S. (2018). Experience the Truth According to Heart: An Analysis of Kien Minagawa’s Reflection Sixth in the Abstract of Inquiry and Study. Sinología hispánica. China Studies Review, 5(2), 101–112. https://doi.org/10.18002/sin.v5i2.5412

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