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Culture and the state in late Chosŏn Korea

Author: JaHyun Kim Haboush; Martina Deuchler
Publisher: Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Asia Center, 1999.
Series: Harvard-Hallym series on Korean studies.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"The Choson state is often cited as one of the rare instances in which a polity was proclaimed on the basis of a specific ideology. But the state's adherence to the doctrines of the Ch'eng-Chu school of Neo-Confucianism did not mean that all members of the ruling elite agreed on doctrinal matters or that non-Confucian worldviews were totally discarded." "The six chapters in this volume investigate the shifting  Read more...
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Genre/Form: History
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Culture and the state in late Chosŏn Korea.
Cambridge, Mass. : Harvard University Asia Center, 1999
(OCoLC)606277570
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: JaHyun Kim Haboush; Martina Deuchler
ISBN: 067417982X 9780674179820 0674007743 9780674007741
OCLC Number: 40926015
Description: x, 304 pages ; 24 cm.
Contents: Private academies and the state in late Chosŏn Korea / Yŏng-ho Chóe --
Constructing the center : the ritual controversy and the search for a new identity in seventeenth-century Korea / JaHyun Kim Haboush --
Despoilers of the way, insulters of the sages : controversies over the classics in seventeenth-century Korea / Martina Deuchler --
Buddhism under Confucian domination : the synthetic vision of Sŏsan Hyujŏng / Robert E. Buswell, Jr. --
A different thread : orthodoxy, heterodoxy, and Catholicism in a Confucian world / Don Baker.
Series Title: Harvard-Hallym series on Korean studies.
Responsibility: JaHyun Kim Haboush & Martina Deuchler, editors.

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"The Choson state is often cited as one of the rare instances in which a polity was proclaimed on the basis of a specific ideology. But the state's adherence to the doctrines of the Ch'eng-Chu school of Neo-Confucianism did not mean that all members of the ruling elite agreed on doctrinal matters or that non-Confucian worldviews were totally discarded." "The six chapters in this volume investigate the shifting boundaries between the Choson state and the adherents of Confucianism, Buddhism, Christianity, and popular religions from the late sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries." "Collectively, the papers in the volume counter the static view of the Korean Confucian state, elucidate its relationship to the wider Confucian community and religious groups, and suggest new views of the complex way in which each negotiated and adjusted its ideology and practices in response to the state's activities."--Jacket.

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