9780231105675

Sources of Korean Tradition

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    9780231105675

  • ISBN10:

    0231105673

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 1996-12-01
  • Publisher: Columbia Univ Pr

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-- Journal of Asian Studies

Table of Contents

Preface xvii
Explanatory Note xxi
Contributors xxv
PART ONE Three Kingdoms and Unified Silla 1(136)
Origins of Korean Culture
3(15)
The Foundation Myth
4(2)
Tangun
5(1)
Korea in the Chinese Dynastic Histories
6(7)
Accounts of the Eastern Barbarians
7(1)
Puyo
7(2)
Koguryo
9(1)
Eastern Okcho
10(1)
Ye
11(1)
The Han
12(1)
Founders of Tribal Federations
13(5)
King Suro
14(4)
The Rise of the Three Kingdoms
18(16)
King Chinhung's Monument at Maun Pass
19(1)
Development of Agriculture
20(1)
Record of Repair of Luxuriant Dike in Yongch'on
20(1)
Political Thought
21(1)
Ch'ang Chori
22(1)
Tribal Councils
22(1)
Four Sacred Places (Silla)
23(1)
King Kwanggaet'o Stele
23(3)
The Kwanggaet'o Inscription
24(2)
Social Structure
26(1)
King Hungdok's Edict on Clothing, Carts, and Housing
27(1)
Sol Kyedu
27(1)
Ancient Customs
27(7)
King Sansang: The Levirate Custom
30(2)
Kim Yusin: Worship of the Three Guardian Spirits
32(2)
The Introduction of Buddhism
34(23)
Koguryo Buddhism
36(2)
Uiyon's Research into a History of Buddhism
36(2)
Paekche Buddhism
38(3)
Kyomik and the Disciplinary School
39(1)
Hyongwang and the Lotus Scripture
39(2)
Silla Buddhism
41(7)
Popkong Declares Buddhism the National Faith
41(3)
Wongwang Goes to China for Study
44(2)
Chajang Establishes the Monk's Discipline
46(2)
Maitreya and Esoteric Buddhism
48(3)
Maitreya's Incarnation as a Hwarang
49(2)
Rapprochement Between Buddhism and Shamanism
51(3)
Holy Mother of Mount Fairy Peach
51(2)
The Bodhisattva Who Observes the Sounds of the World on Mount Nak
53(1)
The Hwarang
54(3)
Origins of the Hwarang
55(1)
Kwanch'ang
55(2)
Consolidation of the State
57(21)
Unification of the Three Kingdoms
57(6)
Account of the Silla-T'ang War
58(1)
The Life of Kim Yusin
59(2)
The Three Prophecies of Queen Sondok
61(2)
Confucian Political Thought
63(2)
Posthumous Epithet for King Muyol
63(1)
King Sinmun's Proclamation of His Accession
64(1)
Confucian Learning
65(1)
The Royal Confucian Academy
65(1)
Chinese Learning and the Growth of the Educated Class
66(7)
Kangsu
67(2)
Nokchin
69(2)
Ch'oe Ch'iwon
71(1)
Preface to the Kyewon p'ilgyong chip
72(1)
Record of the Manjusri Stupa at Haein Monastery
73(1)
Taoism
73(5)
Yon Kaesomun (Koguryo)
75(1)
Podok (Koguryo)
75(1)
Inscription on an Image at Kamsan Monastery (Silla)
76(2)
The Rise of Buddhism
78(31)
Wonhyo's Buddhist Philosophy
80(10)
Introduction to Exposition of the ``Adamantine Absorption Scripture''
82(1)
Narration of Its Principal Ideas
82(1)
Analysis of the Theme
83(4)
Arouse Your Mind and Practice!
87(2)
Commentary on the Awakening of Faith
89(1)
On Revealing the Essence of the Doctrine
89(1)
Uisang and the Flower Garland School
90(3)
Diagram of the Dharmadhatu According to the One Vehicle
91(2)
Wonch'uk and the Consciousness-Only School
93(8)
Sung Fu: Memorial Inscription to Wonch'uk
93(1)
Wonch'uk: Commentary on the Explanation of Profound Mysteries Scripture
94(1)
The Promotion of the Various Teachings of Buddhism and the Meaning of the Title of This Scripture
95(1)
The Life of Sungyong
96(2)
The Life of T'aehyon
98(1)
T'aehyon: Study Notes to the Treatise on the Completion of Consciousness-Only
98(3)
Belief in the Pure Land
101(4)
Ungmyon
103(1)
Kwangdok
104(1)
Divination Ceremonies
105(2)
Chinp'yo
105(2)
Copying Scriptures
107(2)
Postface to the Flower Garland Scripture
107(2)
Poetry and Song
109(8)
Master Ch'ungdam: ``Statesmanship'' and ``Ode to the Knight Kip'a''
110(2)
Master Wolmyong: ``Song of Tusita Heaven'' and ``Requiem''
112(1)
Ch'oyong: ``Song of Ch'oyong''
113(1)
Great Master Kyunyo: Eleven Poems on the Ten Vows of the Universally Worthy Bodhisattva
114(1)
Worshiping and Honoring the Buddhas
115(1)
Rejoicing in the Merit of Others
115(1)
Constant Harmony with the Living
116(1)
Transfer of Merit
116(1)
Local Clans and the Rise of the Meditation School
117(20)
The Rise of Local Chiefs
118(2)
Chang Pogo
120(1)
Establishment of the Meditation School
120(11)
The Life of Musang
120(2)
The Life of Toui
122(2)
Toui: Questions and Answers with Chief of Clerics Chiwon
124(1)
The Life of Sunji
125(1)
Summary of Sunji's Teachings
126(1)
Eight Symbols in Four Sets to Explain the Noumenon
126(1)
Three Levels of the Attainment of Buddhahood
127(2)
Three Types of Attainment of the Reality Limit
129(2)
Geomancy
131(6)
Ch'oe Yuch'ong: Stele Inscription at Jade Dragon Monastery
132(5)
PART TWO Koryo 137(122)
Introduction
139(4)
Early Koryo Political Structure
143(33)
Founding of the Later Three Kingdoms
144(7)
Yi Kyonhwon
145(2)
Kim Kungye
147(4)
Founding of Koryo
151(5)
Wang Kon: Enthronement Proclamation
152(1)
Formation of Government
153(1)
Wang Kon: Edict at Yesan-jin
153(1)
Wang Kon: Ten Injunctions
154(2)
Development of Confucian Polity I
156(12)
Ch'oe Sungno: On the First Five Reigns
157(4)
Ch'oe Sungno: On Current Affairs
161(6)
Ch'oe Sungno: On Buddhism
167(1)
Development of Confucian Polity II
168(2)
Yi Chehyon: The Etiquette of Privy Council Meetings
169(1)
King Hyonjong: Six Instructions to Magistrates
170(1)
Koryo's Foreign Relations
170(6)
So Hui: Arguments on War
171(3)
Kim Puui: Relations with Chin
174(1)
Memorial on Relations with Sung
175(1)
Koryo Society
176(14)
The Confucian Scholar
177(2)
Ch'oe Ch'ung's Academy
178(1)
Ch'oe Cha: Teachers and Disciples
178(1)
Life of the Aristocrat
179(1)
The Splendors of the Yi Clan of Kyongwon
180(1)
The Scholar and Buddhism
180(2)
Kim Puch'ol: The Disciplined Life of Yi Chahyon
180(2)
The Family
182(3)
King Songjong: Rescript on Filial Piety
182(1)
Ch'oe Nubaek: Tomb Inscription of Yom Kyongae
183(2)
Social Status
185(2)
The Career of An Hyang
185(1)
The Career of Chong Kasin
186(1)
Hsu Ching: The Life of the People
186(1)
Peasants and Slaves
187(3)
The Burden of Corvee Labor
187(1)
Inheritance of Slave Status
188(1)
Social Mobility of Slaves
188(2)
Military Rule and Late Koryo Reform
190(26)
Establishment of Military Rule
191(7)
The 1170 Military Coup
193(1)
Ch'oe Ch'unghon: The Ten Injunctions
194(3)
Establishment of the Personnel Authority
197(1)
Private Armies
197(1)
The Estates of Kim Injun
197(1)
Civilians Under Military Rule
198(1)
Yi Chehyon: Education Under Military Rule
198(1)
Peasant and Slave Unrest
199(1)
The Slave Leader Mangi's Protest
199(1)
Manjok's Slave Rebellion
200(1)
Relations with the Mongols
200(5)
Resistance to the Mongol Invasion
202(1)
Yi Chehyon: Opposition to Yuan Policies
203(2)
Late Koryo Reforms
205(11)
The Reforms of King Kongmin and Sin Ton
206(2)
Yi Chehyon: Reform Proposals
208(2)
Yi Saek: Memorial on Current Affairs
210(2)
Pak Ch'o: Anti-Buddhist Memorial
212(2)
Chong Tojon: Discourse on Buddhism and Confucianism
214(2)
Buddhism: The Ch'ont'ae and Chogye Schools
216(24)
Buddhism in Early Koryo
217(4)
The Monk Yiom and King T'aejo
218(1)
Teachings of Great Master Kyunyo
219(1)
Uich'on: Instruction to the Disciple Ch'isu
220(1)
Buddhism and Koryo Society
221(3)
Ch'oe Chean: On Endowing a Buddhist Monastery
222(1)
Landholdings of T'ongdo Monastery
223(1)
The Monk Irom
223(1)
Resurgence of Buddhism
224(4)
Yi Kyubo: On a Trip to Ch'angbok Monastery
225(1)
Chinul: The Compact of the Samadhi and Prajna Community
226(2)
Chinul and the Chogye School
228(9)
Chinul: Excerpts from the Exposition of the Flower Garland Scripture: Preface
231(2)
Chinul: ``Straight Talk on the True Mind''
233(1)
Chinul's Preface
233(1)
Right Faith in the True Mind
233(1)
Chinul: ``Secrets on Cultivating the Mind''
234(1)
Hyesim: Preface to Collection of the Meditation School's Explanatory Verses
235(1)
Hyesim: ``Letter in Reply to Ch'oe Hongyun''
236(1)
Publication of the Tripitaka
237(3)
Uich'on: Preface to a New Catalog of the Teachings of All the Schools
238(1)
Yi Kyubo: Royal Prayer on the Occasion of the Production of the Tripitaka
239(1)
Popular Beliefs and Confucianists
240(19)
Native Beliefs
241(2)
Yi Chibaek: Memorial on Territorial Integrity
242(1)
King Uijong: Rescript on Native Traditions
242(1)
Geomancy
243(5)
King T'aejo's Reliance on Buddhism
244(1)
King T'aejo and Confucian Advice
245(1)
Kim Wije: On the Selection of a Site for the Capital
245(1)
The Monk Myoch'ong's Use of Geomancy
246(1)
Im Wan: Memorial on Calamities
247(1)
Taoism and Shamanism
248(3)
Hsu Ching: History of Koryo Taoism
249(1)
The Popularity of Shaman Customs
250(1)
Yi Yong's Corpse
250(1)
Neo-Confucianism
251(5)
An Hyang: The Introduction of Neo-Confucianism
252(1)
The Spread of Neo-Confucianism
253(1)
Chong Mongju and the Development of Neo-Confucianism
254(1)
Chong Tojon: Philosophical Rebuttal of Buddhism and Taoism
254(2)
History
256(3)
Kim Pusik: On Presenting the Historical Record of the Three Kingdoms to the King
257(1)
Paek Munbo: Explanation of Tangun's Significance
258(1)
PART THREE Early Choson 259(134)
Introduction
261(10)
Founding the Choson Dynasty
271(8)
King T'aejo: Founding Edict
272(2)
Admonition to the New King
274(3)
Moving to the New Capital
277(2)
Political Thought in Early Choson
279(14)
Ruling the New Dynasty
280(1)
Kwon Kun: On Royal Action
280(1)
On Treating Court Officials
280(1)
On Attending Royal Lectures
281(1)
On Rewarding Loyalty
281(1)
New Government
281(2)
Chong Tojon: On the Prime Minister
282(1)
The Kingly Way
283(2)
Yang Songji: Discussion on the Kingly Way
283(2)
The Way of Principle
285(1)
Cho Kwangjo: On Problems of the Time
285(1)
Cho Kwangjo: On the Superior Man and the Inferior Man
286(1)
On Sage Learning
286(7)
Yi Hwang: Memorial on Six Points
288(1)
Third: By Esteeming Sage Learning, the Basis of Good Rule Is Built
288(2)
Yi I: Memorial in Ten Thousand Words
290(3)
Culture
293(18)
Invention of the Korean Alphabet
294(2)
King Sejong: Preface to Correct Sounds to Instruct the People
295(1)
Chong Inji: Postscript to Correct Sounds to Instruct the People
295(1)
Ch'oe Malli: Opposition to the Korean Alphabet
296(1)
Education and Scholarship
296(4)
Chong Tojon: Establishment of Schools
297(1)
Royal Confucian Academy
298(1)
White Cloud Grotto Academy
298(1)
Office of Special Advisers
299(1)
The Recruitment Examinations
300(1)
Song Hyon: On the Civil Service Examination
300(1)
Compilation of History
301(4)
Chong Inji: Dedication of the History of Koryo
303(1)
Yi Kukton: Preface to the Comprehensive Mirror of the Eastern Kingdom
304(1)
Printing Books
305(1)
Song Hyon: On Printing
305(1)
Science and Technology
306(2)
The Automatic Striking Clepsydra
307(1)
Kim Ton: Instruments to Measure Days and Nights
308(1)
Invention and Use of Rain Gauges
308(1)
Compilation of Medical Books
309(2)
Kwon Ch'ae: Preface to Compilation of Native Korean Prescriptions
310(1)
Social Life
311(16)
Opposition to Buddhism
312(1)
Yun Hoe: On the Harmfulness of Buddhism
312(1)
Sin Ch'ojung: On the Deceitfulness of Buddhism
313(1)
The Role of Rites
313(2)
Song Hyon: The Fundamental Role of Rites
314(1)
Funerary and Ancestral Rites
315(1)
Yi Chi: On the Establishment of Domestic Shrines
315(1)
Reform of Funerary Practices
316(1)
The Position of Women
316(5)
On Differentiating Between Main Wife and Concubine
317(1)
On Treating the Main Wife
318(1)
Ch'oe Hang: On Remedying the Wedding Rite
318(1)
Prohibition Against Remarriage of Women
319(2)
O Sukkwon: Critique of Discrimination Against Secondary Sons
321(1)
Propagation of Confucian Values
321(6)
Kwon Ch'ae: Preface to Illustrated Conduct of the Three Bonds
322(1)
So Kojong: Preface to the Genealogy of the Andong Kwon
322(1)
Sin Sukchu: House Rules
323(1)
Make the Mind Discerning
324(1)
Be Circumspect in Behavior
324(1)
Be Studious
324(1)
On Managing a Household
325(1)
On Holding Office
325(1)
On Instructing Women
326(1)
Economy
327(15)
The Land System
328(1)
Chong Tojon: On Land
328(1)
Promotion of Agriculture
329(4)
Chong Ch'o: Preface to Straight Talk on Farming
331(1)
King Sejong: Edict for the Promotion of Agriculture
331(1)
King Munjong: Edict on Irrigation Works
332(1)
Wealth and Commerce
333(3)
Yi I: On Economy
334(1)
Yu Paeksun: On Commerce
335(1)
Circulation of Currency
336(2)
Efforts to Introduce and Encourage the Use of Paper Currency and Metal Coins
336(2)
Trading in Silver
338(1)
Question of Allowing Silver in Trade with the Japanese
339(1)
Development of Rural Markets
339(3)
Rural Markets
340(2)
Thought
342(40)
Kwon Kun (1352--1409)
343(2)
Diagrammatic Treatises: Explanation of the First Diagram
343(2)
So Kyongdok (1489--1546)
345(2)
The Theory of the Great Void
346(1)
Discussion on Life and Death, Ghosts and Spirits
346(1)
Yi Onjok (1491--1553)
347(2)
Third Letter to Manggidang
347(2)
Yi Hwang (1501--1570) and the Sage Learning
349(26)
Ten Diagrams on Sage Learning
350(1)
Diagram of the Supreme Ultimate
350(3)
Diagram of the Western Inscription
353(2)
Diagram of the Elementary Learning
355(4)
Diagram of the Great Learning
359(3)
Diagram of Rules of the White Deer Grotto Academy
362(2)
Diagram of the Saying ``The Mind Combines and Governs the Nature and the Feelings''
364(1)
Diagram of the Explanation of Humaneness
365(3)
Diagram of the Study of the Mind
368(3)
Diagram of the Admonition for Mindfulness Studio
371(1)
Diagram of the Admonition on ``Rising Early and Retiring Late''
372(3)
Yi I (1536--1584)
375(7)
Letter to Song Hon
375(7)
Buddhism
382(11)
Kihwa (1376--1433)
383(5)
Treatise on Manifesting Rightness
384(4)
Kim Sisup (1435--1493)
388(1)
On No-Thought
388(1)
Hyujong (1520--1604)
388(5)
Secrets of Meditation and Doctrine
389(4)
Notes 393(10)
Bibliography 403(4)
Index 407

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