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Author: Youn Sa-soon
Publisher: Korea University
Pub. Date: Jul 2017
Pages: 296
Dimensions (in inches): 6.3 x 9.2 x 0.9
ISBN: 9788976419385
Language: English
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Chapter I.
The Subject and Methods of Inquiry
1. Definition of Korean Confucianism
2. Methods of Inquiry

Chapter II.
The History of Korean Confucianism : A General Outline
1. The Interregnum between the Introduction of Confucianism and Its Widespread Adoption
2. The Characteristics of Korean Confucianism Formed in Its Early Years
3. Original and Sajang Confucianism after the Adoption of Confucianism (6th -11th Century)
4. The Rise of Early Neo-Confucianism
5. Major Aspects of the Zhu Xi Neo-Confucian Era

Chapter III.
The Practical Implementation of the Cardinal Principles of Confucianism
1. Perspectives on the Emphasis on the Cardinal Principles
2. The Consequences of the Application of In
3. The Characteristics of the Application of Righteousness
4. Distinctive Aspects of the Practice of Propriety

Chapter IV.
An Underdeveloped Aspect of Korean Confucianism: Wang Shou-ren’s Study of the Mind
1. The Outstanding Scholar of Wang Shou-ren’s Study of the Mind: Jeong Je-du
2. Jeong Je-du’s Stance on the Major Ideas of Wang Shou-ren’s Study of the Mind
3. The Derivation of Jeong Je-du’s Theories from Wang Shou-ren’s Work

Chapter V.
A Revaluation of Neo-Confucian Theories
1. The Initiation of the Neo-Confucian Theory of the Just Consequences for Good and Evil
2. Studies on Cheonmyeong in the 16th Century.
3. The Controversy over the Four-Seven on the Basis of Ri-Gi
4. The View of the Unitary Origin of Ri and Gi Based
5. The Inquiry into the Status of Human Nature vis-a-vis the Thing’s Nature
6. The Theory of Seong-Ri Biased toward the Unitary Origin of Gi
7. The Intensification of the View of the Universe
8. The Development of the Neo-Confucian Theory of Simjeukri

Chapter VI.
An Example of Neo-Confucian Silhak ? Focused on Yi I’s Silhak
1. The Concept of Sil and the Terms of Silhak
2. Self-cultivation on the Basis of Musil
3. Anin Based on Musil
4. The Characteristics and Influence of Yi I’s Thought on Silhak

Chapter VII.
The Characteristics of De-Neo-Confucian Silhak
1. The Opposition to Self-professed Neo-Confucian Silhak
2. The Formulation of De-Neo-Confucian Silhak
3. The Establishment of De-Neo-Confucian Silhak Thought

Chapter VIII.
Reflection on Korean Neo-Confucianism
1. Reflection on the Methodology of the Investigation
2. The Idea of Human Nobility as a Characteristic of Korean Confucianism
3. On the Alleged Defects of Korean Confucianism
4. The Prospect of Korean Confucianism

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