Zhu Xi's influence on Song and Yuan calligraphy

Weiwei Qin, Hongwei Si, Yun Chen
2021 Proceedings of the 7th International Conference on Humanities and Social Science Research (ICHSSR 2021)   unpublished
This paper provides an in-depth analysis of Zhu Xi's thought on calligraphy and fully explains the influence of Zhu Xi's calligraphy on the thoughts and works of calligraphers in the Song and Yuan dynasties. Zhu Xi's thoughts on calligraphy, such as Fagu, Changli, Daotong, and Yazheng have been shown in the works of many later generations of calligraphers. The Song dynasty's Wei Liaoweng and the Yuan dynasty's Zhao Mengfu all drew from Zhu Xi's theories and practices. Zhu Xi's ideas on
more » ... s ideas on calligraphy are in line with the ethical and moral as well as ruling order concerns of today's society, and are conducive to the cultivation of an ideal personality and the spirit of moral self-discipline today.
doi:10.2991/assehr.k.210519.095 fatcat:xng4nlwnqvdoto5n6guywxts6y