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고려후기 상반된 질서의 공존과 그 역사적 의미
Coexistence of Two Contradictory social orders in the latter half period of Goryeo, and the Historical Meaning of such Coexistence

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Authors
이종서
Issue Date
2015-12
Publisher
서울대학교 규장각한국학연구원
Citation
한국문화, Vol.72, pp. 367-392
Keywords
세조구제화이관성리학Old promise of Emperor Qubilainotion of the civilized and the barbaricNeo-ConfucianismChiness customs漢法Yuan Law Code通制條格
Abstract
During the so-called Yuan Intervention period, two contradictory orders were coexisting throughout the entire Goryeo society. One was an aspiration to preserve Goryeo traditions, based upon the legendary agreement that had reportedly been reached between Goryeo king Weonjong and Yuan Emperor Qubilai. The other was a determination to negate the indigenous nature of Goryeo culture, including the social stratification platform, in favor of an entirely new system. This kind of situation was brought on by Yuan empires apparent dominative position and Goryeos subsequent embracement of Yuan culture and philosophy, which would have undoubtedly inspired some Goryeo people to change or modify the culture and order they had previously enjoyed. As a result, even after the Yuan empire was gone, the Goryeo people came to consider all the institutions and practices left by Yuan as part of many options that they could base their operations on, and also found themselves torn between different choices to approach a single situation. goryeo was facing a task of creating a balance and forming a compromise, but was not able to see to it to the very end, so the task was handed over to the newly born Joseon dynasty.
ISSN
1226-8356
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/168244
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