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The land of scholars : two thousand years of Korean Confucianism

Author: Jae-eun Kang; Suzanne Lee
Publisher: Paramus, N.J. : Homa & Sekey Books, ©2006.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st American edView all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Kang, Jae-eun, 1926-
Land of scholars.
Paramus, N.J. : Homa & Sekey Books, c2006
(OCoLC)609197960
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Jae-eun Kang; Suzanne Lee
ISBN: 1931907307 9781931907309 1931907374 9781931907378
OCLC Number: 60931394
Notes: Original title unknown.
Includes index.
Description: xxix, 515 p. : 1 map ; 23 cm.
Contents: 1. What is Confucianism? --
2. Did Gija Joseon Really Exist? --
3. Confucianism in the Three Kingdoms Period --
4. Confucianism in the Late Silla Period --
5. Goryeo, the Land of Buddhism --
6. Seongjong Elevates Confucianism --
7. The National University and Twelve Private Schools --
8. Is the Period of Military Regime the Dark Age? --
9. The Learning of Master Zhu Comes to Korea from Yuan China --
10. Transition in Dynasty, from Goryeo to Joseon --
11. Jeong Do-jeon and Gweon Geun as the Two Greatest Masters of the Confucian Nation --
12. Bureaucrats Armed with the Learning of Master Zhu --
13. Sejong and Sejo, Kings of Achievements --
14. The Sarim Faction Emerges and Literati Purges Continue --
15. Dispute on the Study of the Principle of Human Nature Shakes the Political and Scholastic World --
16. Situation in East Asia Becomes Chaotic again --
17. Is Sino-Centrism Truly Justified? --
18. Practical Learning Blooms during the Reigns of Enlightened Rulers Yeongjo and Jeongjo --
19. The World Is Changing --
20. Closed Kingdom to Open Kingdom --
21. At the Crossroads of Conservatism and Modernization.
Responsibility: Kang Jae-eun ; translated by Suzanne Lee.
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