Sources of Korean tradition

edited by Peter H. Lee and Wm. Theodore de Bary, with Yongho Ch'oe and Hugh H.W. Kang

Drawn from Peter H. Lee's Sourcebook of Korean Civilization, Volume I, this abridged introductory collection offers students and general readers primary readings in the social, intellectual, and religious traditions of Korea from ancient times through the sixteenth century. Sources of Korean Tradition is arranged according to the major epochs of Korean history, including sections on: Korean culture - its origins, writing, education, poetry, song, social life, and rituals; religion - the rise of Buddhism and Confucianism; the economy - the land, agriculture, commerce, and currency; and its changing political structures. A superb collection by the foremost scholars in the field, Sources of Korean Tradition is supplemented by a bibliography and prefaces by both editors. An impressive storehouse for the grand corpus of thought, beliefs, and customs held by people of Korea for centuries, this volume is a valuable companion for those interested in the history of Korea and East Asian studies.

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Modeled after the classic Sources of Chinese Tradition, Sources of Japanese Tradition, and Sources of Indian Tradition, this collection of seminal primary readings in the social, intellectual, and religious traditions of Korea from the sixteenth century to the present day lays the groundwork for understanding Korean civilization and demonstrates how leading intellectuals and public figures in Korea have looked at life, the traditions of their ancestors, and the world they lived in. The selections range from the mid- and late Choson dynasty in the sixteenth century, through the encounter with the West and imperialist Japan in the late ninteenth and early twentieth centuries, to the political and cultural events in South and North Korea since 1945 -- ending with President Kim Taejung's 1998 inaugural address.

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Modeled after the classic Sources of Chinese Tradition, Sources of Japanese Tradition, and Sources of Indian Tradition, this collection of seminal primary readings in the social, intellectual, and religious traditions of Korea from the sixteenth century to the present day lays the groundwork for understanding Korean civilization and demonstrates how leading intellectuals and public figures in Korea have looked at life, the traditions of their ancestors, and the world they lived in. The selections range from the mid- and late Choson dynasty in the sixteenth century, through the encounter with the West and imperialist Japan in the late ninteenth and early twentieth centuries, to the political and cultural events in South and North Korea since 1945 -- ending with President Kim Taejung's 1998 inaugural address.

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Drawn from Peter H. Lee's Sourcebook of Korean Civilization, Volume I, this abridged introductory collection offers students and general readers primary readings in the social, intellectual, and religious traditions of Korea from ancient times through the sixteenth century. Sources of Korean Tradition is arranged according to the major epochs of Korean history, including sections on: Korean culture - its origins, writing, education, poetry, song, social life, and rituals; religion - the rise of Buddhism and Confucianism; the economy - the land, agriculture, commerce, and currency; and its changing political structures. A superb collection by the foremost scholars in the field, Sources of Korean Tradition is supplemented by a bibliography and prefaces by both editors. An impressive storehouse for the grand corpus of thought, beliefs, and customs held by people of Korea for centuries, this volume is a valuable companion for those interested in the history of Korea and East Asian studies.

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[目次]

  • 4. Middle and Late ChosonIntroduction20: Politics21: EducationLocal EducationWomen's EducationFamily InstructionsEtiquette and Household Management22: Reform ProposalsLand ReformCurrency and a Growing Market EconomyTechnology23: The Encounter with the WestThe Western CalendarCriticism of CatholicismThe Persecution of Catholicism24: SocietyCommunity CompactsSlaverySecondary SonsInheritance PracticesGovernment CorruptionPopular Unrest25: Culture and National IdentityNew Perspectives on HistoryLiterature, Music, and Song26: Neo-Confucian PhilosophyThe Horak ControversyThe Continuing Debate Over Principle and Material ForceWang Yang-ming in Korea5. The Modern PeriodIntroduction27: Domestic Disquiet and Foreign ThreatsInternal Reforms Under the TaewongunWestern Incursions28: Negative Responses to Western CivilizationThe Emergence of the Tonghak ReligionThe Defense of Confucian Orthodoxy29: Development of Enlightenment ThoughtLearning from the WestLeaders of the 1884 Coup30: The Tonghak Uprisings and the Kabo ReformsThe 1894 UprisingsReforms from Above, 1894--189531: The Independence Club and the People's AssemblyThe Independent and the Independence ClubDemands for Democratic Reform32: Patriotic MovementsThe Righteous Army MovementThe Patriotic Enlightenment MovementEstablishing Relations with Foreign Countries33: National Culture During the Colonial PeriodThe Study of Korean HistoryThe Study of the Korean Language and HangulDevelopment of New LiteratureDevelopments in Religion34: The Nationalist MovementThe March First MovementStrategies for Regaining National IndependenceDemand for International Recognition35: The Communist MovementRadical Political OrganizationsCommunist Military Organizations36: Korea Since 1945Liberation and DivisionKorean WarPolitics and Economy in South KoreaNorth KoreaTwo KoreasForeign RelationsReligionsEducationKim Ku and Korean NationalismPak Chonghui and Economic Development in South KoreaKim Chiha and Protest Against Authoritarian RuleHam Sokhon and the Suffering of KoreaSongch'ol and the Great Debate in Korean BuddhismKim Ilsong [Kim Il Sung] and Chuch'e (Juch'e) Thought in North KoreaDialogues Between North and South KoreaKim Taejung [Kim Daejung] and his Struggle for Freedom and Democracy in South Korea

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  • 4. Middle and Late ChosonIntroduction20: Politics21: EducationLocal EducationWomen's EducationFamily InstructionsEtiquette and Household Management22: Reform ProposalsLand ReformCurrency and a Growing Market EconomyTechnology23: The Encounter with the WestThe Western CalendarCriticism of CatholicismThe Persecution of Catholicism24: SocietyCommunity CompactsSlaverySecondary SonsInheritance PracticesGovernment CorruptionPopular Unrest25: Culture and National IdentityNew Perspectives on HistoryLiterature, Music, and Song26: Neo-Confucian PhilosophyThe Horak ControversyThe Continuing Debate Over Principle and Material ForceWang Yang-ming in Korea5. The Modern PeriodIntroduction27: Domestic Disquiet and Foreign ThreatsInternal Reforms Under the TaewongunWestern Incursions28: Negative Responses to Western CivilizationThe Emergence of the Tonghak ReligionThe Defense of Confucian Orthodoxy29: Development of Enlightenment ThoughtLearning from the WestLeaders of the 1884 Coup30: The Tonghak Uprisings and the Kabo ReformsThe 1894 UprisingsReforms from Above, 1894--189531: The Independence Club and the People's AssemblyThe Independent and the Independence ClubDemands for Democratic Reform32: Patriotic MovementsThe Righteous Army MovementThe Patriotic Enlightenment MovementEstablishing Relations with Foreign Countries33: National Culture During the Colonial PeriodThe Study of Korean HistoryThe Study of the Korean Language and HangulDevelopment of New LiteratureDevelopments in Religion34: The Nationalist MovementThe March First MovementStrategies for Regaining National IndependenceDemand for International Recognition35: The Communist MovementRadical Political OrganizationsCommunist Military Organizations36: Korea Since 1945Liberation and DivisionKorean WarPolitics and Economy in South KoreaNorth KoreaTwo KoreasForeign RelationsReligionsEducationKim Ku and Korean NationalismPak Chonghui and Economic Development in South KoreaKim Chiha and Protest Against Authoritarian RuleHam Sokhon and the Suffering of KoreaSongch'ol and the Great Debate in Korean BuddhismKim Ilsong [Kim Il Sung] and Chuch'e (Juch'e) Thought in North KoreaDialogues Between North and South KoreaKim Taejung [Kim Daejung] and his Struggle for Freedom and Democracy in South Korea

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[目次]

  • Buddhism: The Ch'on t'ae and Chogye SchoolsPopular Beliefs and Confucianists3. Early ChosonIntroductionFounding the Choson DynastyPolitical Thought in Early ChosonCultureSocial LifeEconomyThoughtBuddhism

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  • Buddhism: The Ch'on t'ae and Chogye SchoolsPopular Beliefs and Confucianists3. Early ChosonIntroductionFounding the Choson DynastyPolitical Thought in Early ChosonCultureSocial LifeEconomyThoughtBuddhism

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この本の情報

書名 Sources of Korean tradition
著作者等 De Bary, William Theodore
Lee, Peter H.
Kang Hugh H.W.
Yongho Ch'oe
Ch'oe Yongho
シリーズ名 Introduction to Asian civilizations
出版元 Columbia University Press
刊行年月 c1997-
ページ数 v.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0231105673
0231120303
0231120311
0231105665
NCID BA32451546
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国

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