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9780231120319

Sources of Korean Tradition

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    9780231120319

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    0231120311

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2000-12-01
  • Publisher: Ingram Publisher Services, Inc.

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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.

Table of Contents

Prefacep. xiii
Explanatory Notep. xvii
Contributorsp. xix
Middle and Late Chosonp. 1
Introductionp. 3
Politicsp. 12
On Factionalismp. 13
Youth, the Censorate, and the Intractability of Factional Disputesp. 17
A Reexamination of the Civil Service Examination Systemp. 20
False Forms of Confucian Scholarshipp. 23
The Roots of Royal Authorityp. 26
Moral Character and Geographyp. 27
Eliminating Factionalismp. 30
Educationp. 34
The Neo-Confucian Curriculump. 35
Primer for Youthp. 37
Local Educationp. 43
County Magistrate's Guide for Promoting Educationp. 43
Women's Educationp. 46
Instructions for the Inner Quartersp. 46
Instructions to My Daughterp. 49
Family Instructionsp. 52
A Letter to My Nephewp. 52
Letters to His Sonsp. 54
A Letter to My Son Hagyonp. 58
Etiquette and Household Managementp. 60
Small Manners for Scholars (Sasojol)p. 60
Preface to Encyclopedia of Women's Daily Lifep. 67
Reform Proposalsp. 70
Land Reformp. 71
A Proposal for Land Reformp. 74
On the Equal-Field Systemp. 81
On Landp. 84
Currency and a Growing Market Economyp. 88
Proposing a Tribute Replacement Surtaxp. 90
The Advantages of Using Cashp. 91
On Getting People to Use Cashp. 93
On Currencyp. 95
Technologyp. 99
The Benefits of Irrigationp. 99
On Revering Chinap. 101
On Agriculture and Sericulturep. 104
Memorial of 1786p. 107
Tools and Techniquesp. 113
The Encounter with the Westp. 117
The Western Calendarp. 118
Memorial on Western Calendrical Sciencep. 118
The Western-Style Calendarp. 120
On Giulio Aleni's World Geographyp. 121
Criticism of Catholicismp. 124
Matteo Ricci's Catechismp. 125
European Values and European Educationp. 127
A Conversation on Catholicismp. 130
The Persecution of Catholicismp. 133
How to Combat the Spread of Catholicismp. 134
An Appeal for Aidp. 135
A Confucian Defense of Catholicismp. 138
Sinify the Western Barbariansp. 140
Societyp. 143
Community Compactsp. 144
Community Compact for Sowon Countyp. 145
Community Compact for Haeju Countyp. 146
The Revised Lu Family Community Compactp. 149
Slaveryp. 157
Slavesp. 159
The Status Systemp. 161
Secondary Sonsp. 162
Secondary Sons and Public Officep. 163
A Petition on Behalf of Secondary Sonsp. 165
Inheritance Practicesp. 168
Favoring Sonsp. 168
Disinheriting Daughtersp. 170
To a Daughter-in-Lawp. 170
Government Corruptionp. 171
Wicked Petty Officialsp. 171
Popular Unrestp. 173
A Buddhist Rebellionp. 174
A Buddha Incarnatep. 176
Manifesto for the Hong Kyongnae Rebellionp. 177
Culture and National Identityp. 181
New Perspectives on Historyp. 182
On the Legitimacy of the Three Hanp. 182
Parhae in Korean Historyp. 186
Literature, Music, and Songp. 188
Preface to Ch'onggu yongonp. 189
On Musicp. 191
Neo-Confucian Philosophyp. 194
The Horak Controversyp. 195
Explanation of the Original Nature and the Physical Naturep. 196
Principle, Material Force, and Realityp. 197
Exclusive Referencep. 198
Mind and Material Forcep. 199
The Continuing Debate Over Principle and Material Forcep. 200
What the i/ki Debate Is Really All Aboutp. 200
Wang Yang-ming in Koreap. 203
The Modern Periodp. 205
Introductionp. 207
Domestic Disquiet and Foreign Threatsp. 212
Internal Reforms Under the Taewongunp. 212
Preface to Proposals for Remedying Samjongp. 213
Political Reforms of the Taewongunp. 216
Western Incursionsp. 221
Conflicts with the Westp. 222
Negative Responses to Western Civilizationp. 227
The Emergence of the Tonghak Religionp. 228
On Spreading Virtuep. 230
On Learning Truthp. 232
On Practicing Truth at Homep. 234
The Defense of Confucian Orthodoxyp. 235
Memorial to Express Private Thoughtsp. 236
Three Memorialsp. 239
Memorial Against Peacep. 240
Memorial Submitted by Ten Thousand Menp. 242
Development of Englightenment Thoughtp. 245
Learning from the Westp. 245
Memorial on Current Tasks (1882)p. 247
Levels of Englightenmentp. 248
Leaders of the 1884 Coupp. 254
Kapsin Reform Edictp. 255
Memorialp. 256
Memorial on Domestic Political Reformsp. 258
The Tonghak Uprisings and the Kabo Reformsp. 261
The 1894 Uprisingsp. 262
A Call to Arms Issued at Paeksanp. 263
The Tonghak Peasant Army Manifesto at Mujangp. 264
Twelve Reforms Proclaimed by the Tonghak Overseer's Officep. 265
The Tonghak Proclamation to Soldiers and Civiliansp. 266
Interrogation of Chon Pongjun, First Session (9 February 1895)p. 267
Reforms from Above, 1894-1895p. 272
Kabo Reform Edictsp. 273
The King's Fourteen-Article Oathp. 275
The Independence Club and the People's Assemblyp. 277
The Independent and the Independence Clubp. 278
Inaugural Message of The Independentp. 279
Essay on the Korean Languagep. 280
Essay on Working Only for Koreap. 281
Essay Against Warp. 282
Demands for Democratic Reformp. 282
Memorial on National Salvationp. 283
Six Proposals Submitted by a Joint Assembly of Officials and Peoplep. 285
People Are the Mastersp. 286
Patriotic Movementsp. 289
The Righteous Army Movementp. 290
An Appeal to Armsp. 292
Open Letter to Ito Hirobumip. 294
The Patriotic Enlightenment Movementp. 295
The Spirit of Independencep. 299
Establishing Relations with Foreign Countriesp. 301
Manifesto of the Korean Association for Self-Strengtheningp. 306
Manifesto of the New People's Association of Koreap. 307
Essay on Educationp. 309
Essay on Technological Innovationp. 310
We Wail Todayp. 312
Essay on Korean Language and Lettersp. 313
National Culture During the Colonial Periodp. 315
The Study of Korean Historyp. 316
What Is History? What Shall We Study in Korean History?p. 317
New Challenges for a Nation with Old Culturep. 319
The Study of the Korean Language and Hangulp. 321
Inaugural Editorial for Hangulp. 321
Development of New Literaturep. 322
"Does Spring Come to Stolen Fields?"p. 324
"When That Day Comes"p. 325
Developments in Religionp. 326
Inaugural Editorial in Biblical Koreap. 326
On Revitalizing Korean Buddhismp. 329
The Nationalist Movementp. 333
The March First Movementp. 334
Declaration of Independencep. 336
Provisional Constitution of the Korean Government in Exilep. 339
Provisional Constitution of the Korean Republicp. 339
Strategies for Regaining National Independencep. 340
The Korean Congress in the U.S.: An Appeal to Americap. 341
Grand Strategy for Independencep. 344
Declaration of Korean Revolutionp. 346
Declaration of the Korean Restoration Armyp. 349
Demand for International Recognitionp. 350
Provisional Government of the Korean Republic: Declaration of War on Japan (9 December 1941)p. 350
The Communist Movementp. 352
Radical Political Organizationsp. 353
Manifesto of the Korean Communist Party in Shanghaip. 354
Slogans of the Korean Communist Partyp. 357
Platform of Action of the Korean Communist Partyp. 359
Communist Military Organizationsp. 360
Declaration of the Korean Fatherland Restoration Association in Manchuriap. 361
Programs and Platforms of the North China Korean Independence Leaguep. 365
Korea Since 1945p. 367
Liberation and Divisionp. 367
Korean Warp. 369
Politics and Economy in South Koreap. 370
North Koreap. 373
Two Koreasp. 375
Foreign Relationsp. 375
Religionsp. 376
Educationp. 380
The Constitution of the Republic of Korea, 1948p. 382
President Syngman Rhee's Inaugural Address, 15 August 1948p. 384
Kim Ku (1876-1949) and Korean Nationalismp. 387
"My Wish"p. 388
Declaration of the Seoul National University Students Association, April 1960p. 393
Pak Chonghui [Park Chung Hee] and Economic Development in South Koreap. 395
To Build a Nationp. 396
Kim Chiha and Protest Against Authoritarian Rulep. 400
"Five Bandits"p. 401
Ham Sokhon and the Suffering of Koreap. 411
The Meaning of Sufferingp. 412
Songch'ol and the Great Debate in Korean Buddhismp. 416
Introduction to The Right Way of Sonp. 416
Kim Ilsong [Kim Il Sung] and Chuch'e (Juch'e) Thought in North Koreap. 419
"On Eliminating Dogmatism and Formalism and Establishing Juch'e [Chuch'e] in Ideological Work"p. 420
Dialogues Between North and South Koreap. 425
North-South Joint Communique, Issued on 4 July 1972p. 426
Agreement on Reconciliation, Nonaggression, and Exchanges and Cooperation Between the North and the South, Signed on 13 December 1991 and to Become Effective as of 19 February 1992p. 428
Kim Taejung [Kim Dae Jung] and His Struggle for Freedom and Democracy in South Koreap. 431
Prison Writingsp. 432
"My Country, My Aspiration"p. 439
Presidential Inaugural Address, February 1998p. 445
Bibliographyp. 453
Indexp. 459
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