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수록범위 : 1권0호(2001)~36권0호(2021) |수록논문 수 : 396
Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture
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1The Impact of Confucianism on the Korean Kinship System ― A Reconsideration

저자 : Martina Deuchler

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 5-23 (19 pages)

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After providing a brief description of a few distinct features of Goryeo society (918-1392), this essay outlines the major stages of Korea's Confucianization during the Joseon dynasty (1392-1910): the restructuring of the bilateral Goryeo descent groups, the introduction of Confucian institutions such as ancestor worship, inheritance practices, the changing status of women, and the ensuing development of patrilineal descent groups. It emphasizes that in spite of the fact that a strict Confucian socio-political order eventually emerged, remnants of Goryeo bilaterality survived sufficiently clearly to make it problematic to speak of a full Confucianization of Korean society. It concludes with briefly considering developments in the presentday Republic of Korea.

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2Texts and Contexts: Women in Korean Confucianism

저자 : Hwa Yeong Wang

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 25-27 (3 pages)

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3Two Korean Women Confucian Philosophers: Im Yunjidang and Gang Jeongildang

저자 : Philip J. Ivanhoe , Hwa Yeong Wang

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 29-53 (25 pages)

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This essay introduces two Korean women Confucian philosophers: Im Yunjidang and Gang Jeongildang who lived in the latter period of the Joseon dynasty. Im Yunjidang was the first Confucian woman to explicitly claim women possessed an equal capacity to become sages as men. Gang Jeongildang made it clear that she was inspired by and sought to develop the thought of Im and added her own unique insights and new perspectives. Though they and their writings differ in many ways, these two women philosophers created a lineage of female sages, marking a turning point in the history of Confucian philosophy. This paper aims to provide the historical background that shaped their thought and to introduce some of their writings in the hope of inspiring readers to study further the lives and philosophies of these two remarkable women and to take up and extend the insights they have left behind.

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4Negotiating Conventions: Geumwon and Her Nineteenth-Century Travel Record

저자 : Jungwon Kim

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 55-81 (27 pages)

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This paper examines the Hodongseorak gi (Travel Record of Hodongseorak 湖東西洛記), a rare nineteenth-century travelogue recorded by a Joseon woman, Geumwon (1817-?). Written in classical Chinese, she tells of visiting scenic places on the east coast of the Korean Peninsula, including the famous Mount Geumgang 金剛山 (“Diamond Mountain”), that were travel destinations for many of her male literary predecessors and contemporaries. Laced with autobiographical descriptions of her early and later years, Geumwon's record is neither a mere list of places she visited nor a text dominated by women's sentiments. In taking on the role of a traveler, Geumwon weaves together the self and the world of a resourceful young nineteenth-century Joseon woman, not only writing about her trips but also reflecting on her wishes and inner thoughts. Considering Geumwon both as a traveler and thinker, this paper illuminates how she presents herself as “a noble person” (gunja 君子; C. junzi) through writing about her journey, and how her travel record serves as a textual space where she succeeds in creating a multidimensional literary intersection of culture, history, and space, rediscovering her identity in a larger world.

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5Contentious Source: Master Song, the Patriarch's Voice

저자 : Hwa Yeong Wang

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 83-116 (34 pages)

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This paper introduces Song Siyeol, known as Master Song (Songja 宋子), who had a great influence on Korean philosophy and politics in late Joseon (18-19th century). Among his Great Compendium, there are substantial body of writings and comments related to women. As his views directly and indirectly contributed to shaping orthodox Korean Neo-Confucian views regarding women, his writings are an invaluable resource for understanding women and gender in the late Joseon period. This paper presents his views on women, focusing on issues related to rituals. By highlighting and analyzing the issues discussed regarding the role of women in four traditional family rituals, I delineate ways in which Song Siyeol positioned women in his ritualist metaphysics and use this analysis to examine his philosophical approach, which reflects his views on, and understanding of, women, gender, and associated philosophical concepts, while making meaningful and practical discoveries that can be embraced and implemented by women and people today.

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6The Nature and Scope of Mohist Morality

저자 : Hui-chieh Loy

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 117-145 (29 pages)

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A survey of the Mozi reveals that the Mohist Way can be thought of as a “way of yi” (yidao 義道) that can be contrasted with Confucius' “way of ren” (rendao 仁道). The study aims to spell out Mozi's ethical concern more fully. It argues that the Mohists were mainly concerned with appropriate norms that individuals and communities ought to live by so that they are able to peacefully coexist and enjoy mutual benefit. These norms are not only meant to guide people's deliberations and regulate their behavior they also govern the distribution of praise and blame, approval and disapproval, and reward and punishment in the human collective. The Mohists also assumed a larger cosmic setting in which Heaven and its supernatural agents are upholders of and stakeholders in the prevalence of yi in the human collective. With these points in mind, the Mohists' ethical concern can thus be thought of as a concern with “social morality”, rather than the wider region of morality. In understanding the nature and scope of their concerns in this way, the path is also open to a deeper understanding of the difference between the Mohists and their Confucian rivals.

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7The Political and Social Thought of Mou Zongsan

저자 : Guoxiang Peng

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 147-162 (16 pages)

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The political and social thought of Mou Zongsan (1909-95), one of the most important representatives of contemporary Chinese philosophy and Confucianism, was a lifelong endeavor for him and constitutes an indispensable part of his thought. It has been overlooked for much too long a time. This article aims to serve as an introduction to this dimension of his thought and so sketches out and discusses the core aspects of Mou's political and social thought. Specifically, it focuses attention on the following six themes: (1) his critique of Marxism and, in particular, its materialistic dialectics and historical materialism dating from the early 1930s; (2) his response to various prevailing views that were informed and imbued with Marxism concerning Chinese history and society and the situation in rural China, along with his own understanding of Chinese history and society and his proposal for resolving the problems of rural China in the 1930s; (3) his comprehensive, systematic, and lifelong criticism of Communism in China; (4) his endorsement of freedom based on his contrasting analyses of the Western and Chinese liberal traditions; (5) his advocacy of a revised form of democracy in light of his penetrating observations on traditional Chinese politics combined with his reflections on Western democracy; and (6) his views on the relationship between mainland China and Taiwan and Taiwan's identity. The presentation of these six themes not only embeds them in their historical context but also explores their contemporary significance.

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8Revisiting Xunzi's Philosophy of Language

저자 : Eric L. Hutton

발행기관 : 성균관대학교 유교문화연구소 간행물 : Journal of Confucian Philosophy and Culture 36권 0호 발행 연도 : 2021 페이지 : pp. 163-184 (22 pages)

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In a recent essay, Chris Fraser claims that Xunzi has a “purely extensional” theory of terms. This paper challenges that interpretation by pointing to places in the Xunzi that suggest the presence of an implicit notion of intension. Fraser's evidence is drawn mostly from chapter 22 of the text, while the competing evidence comes from outside that chapter. The presence of such competing evidence raises the question of whether there is a genuine inconsistency in the Xunzi, or whether chapter 22 might be re-interpreted as also incorporating a notion of intension. While I favor the latter view, offering a fully developed interpretation along those lines is beyond the scope of the present essay. Therefore, in the absence of an argument for such a reading, I offer what I call a “compromise” position. Namely, I suggest that the material in chapter 22 is perhaps best understood as not representing the whole of Xunzi's view of terms, but should instead be regarded as a particular response to abuses of language, and hence that if there is a discrepancy between the views presented in chapter 22 and the rest of the text, that discrepancy need not amount to a contradiction in the text.

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