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근대적 변혁기의 한국양명학
The School of Wang Yangming in the Modern Change of Korea

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Authors
금장태
Issue Date
2007
Publisher
서울대학교 종교학연구회
Citation
종교학연구, Vol.26, 2007, pp.1-40
Keywords
The School of Wang Yangming; The School of Kanghwa; the Daedonggyo; the reformative idea of the Confucianism
Abstract
In the early 20th Century, the School of Wang Yangming in Korea was classified two streams. One followed Park, Eunshik who advocated it as the new system for the renovation of the Confucianism. The other followed Jung, Inbo who succeeded to the School of KanglHwa.


The most important features in this period was not only to seek the way of social reform through the School of Wang Yangming, but also to try to express it as the religious conviction. For example, Daedonggyo which was organized by Park, Eunshik had two bases: the religious movement and the reformative idea of the Confucianism.

Although the school of Wang Yangming in those days was not successful, it had the significance in that it was the new possibilities of both thc social and the Confucian reform.


It was the concern of the School of Wang Yangming in those days that overcomes moral corruption of Confucian intellectuals. And their works were not ideological but practical.


But, actually, the School of Wang Yangming did not reform the Korean society. And what is worse is that rhe conviction of the School of Wang Yangming disappeared with the decline of the Confuciamism.
Language
Korean
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/10371/5196
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