박은식(朴殷植)의 유교개혁사상
The Confucian Reformism of Park Eunsik

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서울대학교 종교학연구회
종교학연구, Vol.24, 2005, pp.1-33
유교이념 혁신; 동도서기론; 애국계몽운동
Park Eunsik(1859-1925) is one of the patriotic enlightenment thinkers in the end of Choson dynasty and the Japanese colonial period. He led the reformation movement of Confucianism in response to the need of transformation at his days. He is also noticed to reassess the neo-confucian tradition of Zhu Xi which led Choson dynasty and to approach positively to the teachings of Wang Yang-ming as a new alternative Confucianism. The confucian reformism of Park Eunsik is an effort to make Confucianism living actively in his changing days and a new understanding of the religious meaning and function of Confucianism as the basic means and direction of its reformation. The religious awakening of Confucianism is stimulated by the enormous activity of western religions and is connected with the idea that religious dimension must be reactivated in order for Confucianism to play its social function. The foundation of Daedonggyo(the teachings of Great Oneness) is the religious movement to reestablish Confucian organization from that kind of religious recognition.
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