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《Journal of Northwest Normal University(Social Sciences)》 2019-01
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Beyond “Making a living”and “Seeking Morality and Justice”——The Image of Jia Baoyu from Humanistic Economics Perspective

CHEN Qing;Center of Traditional Chinese Cultural Studies,Wuhan University;  
Jia Baoyu in The Dream of Red Mansions faces the secular world with his love of aestheticism.He does not "making a living"for the family,nor does he "seeking morality and justice"for the society.He is similar to what Lin Yutang called the "vagrant".The extraordinary thing in The Dream of Red Mansions lies in the fact that,on the one hand,Jia Baoyu as a "vagrant"hasaesthetic feelings with great courage to transcend mediocrity.On the other hand,it has also given sober attention to the importance of economic power.Without economic power,there is no power to resist secular world.Therefore,the independence of thought must be backed by economic independence.
【Fund】: 国家社会科学基金重大招标项目“中国文学史著作整理、研究及数据库建设”(17ZDA243)
【CateGory Index】: I207.411
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