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JOURNAL OF BEIJING UNIVERSITY OF TRADITIONAL CHINESE MEDICINE ›› 2020, Vol. 43 ›› Issue (4): 284-288.doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1006-2157.2020.04.004

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Historical compilation and inheritance of Sun Simiao’s Version of Shang Han Lun*

Fu Peng1, Wang Yulin2#, Zhou Liqun1   

  1. 1 School of Chinese Medicine, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing 102488, China;
    2 School of Chinese Classics, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine, Beijing 102488, China
  • Received:2019-10-23 Online:2020-04-30 Published:2020-05-14
  • Contact: Prof. Wang Yulin. Doctoral Supervisor.School of Chinese Classics, Beijing University of Chinese Medicine.Intersection of Yangguang Nandajie Road and Baiyang Donglu Road, Fangshan District, Beijing 102488. E-mail:lionw@vip.sina.com
  • Supported by:
    National Social Science Foundation(No.18BZS174)

Abstract: Sun Simiao’s Version of Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases(Shang Han Lun, SHL) in the Tang dynasty is an important text different from the Song dynasty version. It is often referred to as Tang Dynasty SHL version.This paper expounds the academic background of Sun Simiao's SHL Version and studies its major versions available in later generations. Then it explores the textual changes throughout the history and analyzes the relations between different versions and corresponding academic thoughts. These changes, especially the occurrence and development of the Sun Simiao’s SHL separatum, represent two opposing schools of act in compiling and inheriting ancient classics in the Ming and Qing dynasties: respecting the classics by maintaining faithful to the ancient text versus revising and renewing textual errors.The compilation and inheritance history has contributed to the abundant academic exchange and literature.

Key words: Tang Dynasty’s Version of Treatise on Cold Damage Diseases, Zhang Zhongjing, respecting the classics by maintaining faithful to the ancient text, revising and renewing textual errors, tripartite guiding principle

CLC Number: 

  • R222.2