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Volume 159, 20232023 International Conference on Language and Cultural Communication (ICLCC 2023)
|Number of page(s)||5|
|Section||Cultural Communication and New Media Marketing Strategy|
|Published online||23 February 2023|
A Study on the Form and Aesthetics of Confucian Konglin Stone Carvings
Zibo Normal College of Higher Education, Department of Fine Arts, Zibo, Shandong, China
a* Dexiang Kong: firstname.lastname@example.org
b Wenping Peng: email@example.com
Confucianism is a Confucian shrine that combines multiple values of culture, religion and art. The study of Confucianism’s Konglin concerns many important issues of traditional Chinese culture and art. The reinterpretation of the cultural value of the stone inscriptions in Confucianism today is the choice of the times for the dissemination of Confucianism and an important path for the world to understand Chinese culture and ethics. Along with the rise of Confucianism fever, the study of Confucian culture has attracted widespread academic attention, but most of the existing results are case studies of the stone carvings in Konglin, and cannot fully interpret the cultural implications of the stone carvings in Konglin. Based on this, the author takes the Konglin stone inscriptions as the main object of study, analyses their external shape and explores their intrinsic aesthetic value, and takes an artistic and philosophical view of the inner connection between Confucianism and calligraphy in order to provide useful reference for the dissemination of Confucian culture.
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