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1동학산행(東學山行) : 산으로 간 동학의 기록들

저자 : 최종성 ( Choi Jong Seong )

발행기관 : 한국종교학연구회 간행물 : 종교학연구 37권 0호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 1-37 (37 pages)

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East Learning(東學) is often remembered for the Donghak Peasant Revolution in the field. However, East Learning in the mountain holds significant importance, as it had provided the intrinsic motivation for the revolution. We need to pay attention to the cultural complexity of East Learning that embraced both revolutionary outcry in the fields and tranquil prayers in the mountains. This paper concentrates on the latter; the prayers and self-discipline of religious leaders through discovery and analysis of related written records.
Firstly, it covers praying spots in the mountains. Here Suwoon(水雲), the founder of Donhak, and Haewol(海月), the second leader of Donhak, used to stay and train for long periods of time. These locations were Naewon-am in Mt. Cheonseong, Eunjeok-am in Mt. Gyoryong, Jeokjo-am in Mt. Taebaek, Saja-am in Mt. Yongwha, and Gaseop-am in Mt. Taewha. From the literal materials, it is clear that mountains were where the early religious leaders achieved the most important religious experiences.
Secondly, the following generation would go on a pilgrimage before big tasks and challenges to the mountains that were the bases of Suwoon and Haewol's religious experiences. To this day, paradigmatic model of East Learning in the mountain still continues. Although mountains are easily overlooked as East Learning has a strong image of the revolution in the fields, they always had a powerful tie with the religion. It is safe to say the religious culture was composed based on the deep connection between East Learning and the mountains.

2강원도 인제지역 마을에서 모시는 산신(山神)의 성격

저자 : 김도현 ( Kim Do-hyeon )

발행기관 : 한국종교학연구회 간행물 : 종교학연구 37권 0호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 39-91 (53 pages)

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According to an analysis of the site of the village ritual in Inje, many villages hold village rituals centered on rituals for the mountain god(山神祭 ; Sansinje). In addition, there is a case where people hold rituals for the city god(城隍祭; Seonghwangje), calling it rituals for the mountain god, and they hold both of them together. Though it is called the "rituals for city god", there are also examples of praying for the elements that people actually pray to the guardian god of a mountain. This shows that the mountain god[the guardian god of a mountain] was the principal god enshrined in the village rituals in Inje.
The spirits enshrined along with the guardian god of a mountain(Sansin) in the village ritual in Inje area include city god(Seonghwang), god of governing several villages in the mountains(Guksa or Guksu), a spirit roaming the streets(Georisin), the great king(Daewang), a person who is good for the gods(Subu), and miscellaneous ghosts and spirits(Japguejapsin), and so on. Among these deities, the ones that are enshrined as the main gods and in charge of the celebration are the mountain god and the city god.
Also, various examples show that the village rituals of Inje area which were centered on rituals for the mountain god shifts slightly to rituals for the city god. Such changes result in some differences made by geographical, social, and economic factors that a village faces. 
On the basis of the characteristics of the guardian god of a mountain, we can classify five types of deities people enshrine, especially focusing on the ones in 45 villages in Inje area.: enshrining mountain gods as the main one, enshrining city gods as the lower spirits, enshrining mountain gods(Sanryeong) and city gods equally, enshrining village gods as upper-shrines or ground gods, etc.
Each type of mountain gods enshrined in the villages of Inje implies some or all of the three characteristics introduced earlier. However, there are many cases in which various forms of 'mountain god' are recognized as gods with a combination of the above three meanings rather than individual ones.

3김지하의 '한' 담론 : 60년대의 '한' 담론과의 비교를 중심으로

저자 : 후루타도미다테 ( Furuta Tomitate ) , 한승훈(번역)

발행기관 : 한국종교학연구회 간행물 : 종교학연구 37권 0호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 93-119 (27 pages)

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This paper examines the Han discourse of Kim Chi-ha, focusing on his religious view of the world in particular, based on the articles, interviews and court statements related to the Han discourse of Kim Chi-ha.
The Han discourse spoken in the literary circle in the 1960s was born from the necessity in “search of Korean ethnic identity” by pure literature school.It captured the colonial image of Korean art as “the beauty of sorrow,” and extracted “the like of han” from the work of the colonial poet Kim So-wol.
On the other hand, Kim Chi-ha transformed the “Han”, which was roughly conceptualized in the literary world in the 1960s, into a struggle for democratization, and seized Han as the energy of social change against the military dictatorship and driving force of resistance. It worked to instill a new concept in Han, and to inject Han's image that added its own definition to their own work.
In the 1960s, the literary world regarded subjects who hold Han as the “people of the Korean Peninsula who share the history of hardship, ” including the invasion of foreign forces and the victims of feudal society, but Kim Chi-ha brought up a new subject (victim) called “the people who are oppressed by the military dictatorship at this very moment” From the intangible perpetrator of “history”, the tangible perpetrator of “dictatorship” was born. As “victim” and “perpetrator” of Han were brought out, the inward Han which had only been piled up quietly, came to possess outward forces of anger and resistance.
Kim Chi-ha also pointed out the “negative aspect” of “violence” driven by the “han” brought about by the “violence” of power around 1980s, and argues that the thought of “Dan” should break the chain of violence. He also believed that in a democratic world, the Han of value that was not appropriate for the new world would disappear. it shows that Kim Chi-ha actively tried to adopt religious values such as Donghaku and Christianity, and restrained himself from the revolution with violence.
Kim Chi-ha's Han discourse was increasingly moved away from the “ethnic sentiment” and in solidarity with democratization movements and activists in the “world”, it moved toward assimilation with the ideas of religious movements seeking social change.

4궁을가 연구

저자 : 박병훈 ( Byounghoon Park )

발행기관 : 한국종교학연구회 간행물 : 종교학연구 37권 0호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 121-144 (24 pages)

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The Song of Gung-Eul(弓乙), which is said to have been written by Jeong Book-chang(鄭北窓), is a song of prophecy that tells the people how to escape from the tribulation that will come. This song actively gives moral meaning to these “Gung-Gung(弓弓)” and “Eul-Eul(乙乙)” and presents them as a way to save lives when the world is in trouble. This was accepted as an attractive element for the new religions of the Korean modern period that emphasized the Gaebyeok(開闢, Great Opening). They used 'Gung-Eul(弓乙)' as a keyword to emphasize morality, and tried to put the doctrinal meaning in the Song of Gung-Eul. In this article, several versions of the Song of Gung-Eul were presented, and the types were classified. And this paper presented the prophetic and moral teachings of the Song of Gung-Eul.

5니체와 엘리아데의 영원회귀사상 비교 : 시간관과 운명관을 중심으로

저자 : 오지혜 ( Oh Jihye )

발행기관 : 한국종교학연구회 간행물 : 종교학연구 37권 0호 발행 연도 : 2019 페이지 : pp. 145-169 (25 pages)

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Ouroboros, which is shaped as a snake biting its tail, is a famous symbol of antiquity. It means that the beginning and the end exist at the same time, and each one stands for one another. The best name that represents this ancient symbol of various meanings may be "eternal return." There are two scholars who are famous for their ideas of eternal return- Mircea Eliade and Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche. There is a considerable difference between their critical minds and explanations, except that the core terms that form the backbone of their thoughts give us a similar feeling. Nevertheless, there are not many previous studies comparing these two concepts in my country, so I will try to compare them in this paper. This comparison will be meaningful as a new attempt to help us better understand the core ideas of the two thinkers. For comparison, I refer to the core writings of the two thinkers- Eliade's Le Mythe de l'éternel retour, and Nietzsche's Also sprach Zarathustra. We should pay particular attention to 1) how time and destiny are connected, and 2) how two thinkers' standpoints of time and destiny overlap with subtle differences.

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