A Study On The Gender Of Male Justice And Female Affection In Romance Of The Three Kingdoms And Dream Of The Red Chamber

Philosophy and Culture 32 (3):137-156 (2005)
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In this paper, "Three Kingdoms" and "Dream of Red Mansions" These two significant cultural and gender representation of the text, to create a Chinese cultural identity, gender culture. Paper, the culture of both the concept of "justice", "Love" as a gendered sense of transformation, and the "righteous men and women love" as the unifying concept herein, respectively, on the social implications of life for , the realm of human relations and life in four dimensions show the difference. Herein the main show the female love of culture "to the social fame" and "aesthetic", "considerate" and "fool" and several other features, and illuminate its meaning with the male world of difference. This paper is to construct the Chinese cultrued gender, based on two texts: Romance of the Three Kingdoms and Dream of the Red Chamber. In this paper, we will transform justice and affection which are philosophical words in Chinese culture to the ruling technical terms- --- male justice and female affection. We will research the characteristics and deferences from four aspects: society, life aspect, relationship, and life situation. Finally, we will show the characteristics: de-stratification, aestheticism, compassion, and the simplified form of feelings in female affection. And it will be compaired with the world of the male justice



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