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Frontiers in Educational Research, 2019, 2(11); doi: 10.25236/FER.2019.021117.

The Research of the Comparison of the Aesthetic Isomorphism of Zen Poems, Zen Tea and Simple Landscape


Deng Tingyin

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Deng Tingyin

Sichuan University of Science & Engineering, Zigongshi 643000, China


This passage analyzes the aesthetic isomorphism of Zen poems, tea and Simple landscape and further develops the core of why the aesthetics has its strong vitality, from the aspects of the relationship of the mutual development of the three and the influencing factor of them. And on this basis, this passage analyzes the isomorphism of the three based on the ideology and forms. This passage expects to build a bridge of the different forms of Zen aesthetics and to explore the law of the common aesthetic feeling that surpasses history and forms so that we can pave the way for the research of the Zen aesthetics afterwards and bring in more inspirations.


Zen poems; Zen tea; Simple landscape; Isomorphism

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Deng Tingyin. The Research of the Comparison of the Aesthetic Isomorphism of Zen Poems, Zen Tea and Simple Landscape. Frontiers in Educational Research (2019) Vol. 2 Issue 11: 95-101. https://doi.org/10.25236/FER.2019.021117.


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