The Land of Scholars: Two Thousand Years of Korean Confucianism

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Homa & Sekey Books, 2006 - 515 oldal
Discusses the historical development of Korean Confucianism in terms of its social functions. This book examines the types of transfiguration Confucianism underwent and the role it played in each period of Korean history. It spans from the Three Kingdoms period (18 BCE to 660 CE) to the Joseon dynasty (1392-1910).
 

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What Is Confucianism?
1
GijaJoseon Really Exist?
21
Confucianism in the Three Kingdoms Period
34
Confucianism in the Late Silla Period
52
Goryeo the Land of Buddhism
71
Seongjong Elevates Confucianism
88
The National University and Twelve Private Schools
105
Is the Period of Military Regime the Dark Age?
125
Sejongand Sejo Kings of Achievements
228
The Sarim Faction Emerges and
255
Dispute on the Study of the Principle of Human
280
Situation in East Asia Becomes Chaotic Again
309
Is SinoCentrism Truly Justified?
338
Practical Learning Blooms during the Reigns
366
The World Is Changing
411
Closed Kingdom to Open Kingdom
448

The Learning of Master Zhu Comes to Korea
142
Transition in Dynasty from Goryeo to Joseon
165
Jeong Dojeon and Gwon Geun as the Two
183
Bureaucrats Armed with the Learning of Master Zhu
205
At the Crossroads of Conservatism and Modernization
474
Index
500
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