Chi-Sung (契嵩), a Buddhist priest of Sham-sect (禅宗) in the era of Sung (宋), was also a learned Confucian scholar. His "Fei-han (非韓)" was written to criticize the anti-Buddhistic views of Han-Yu (韓愈), -a noted Confucian scholar in the era of Tang (唐), - which are to be observed in his "Yuan-tao (原道)" and other writings. The author of this article intends, through the examination of Chi-Sung's opinions on "Chung-yang (中庸)" and "Chou-i (周易)", to see how and in what respect his new points of view influenced his contemporary Confucian scholars and, influencing them, contributed to the formation of new sect of learning in the era of Sung.
信州大学文理学部紀要. 第1部, 人文・社会 9: 49-59(1960)
信州大学文理学部紀要. 第1部, 人文・社会 9 49-59, 1960-01-25