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A cultural history of modern Korea : history of Korean civilization = 한국근대문화사

A cultural history of modern Korea : history of Korean civilization = 한국근대문화사 (12회 대출)

자료유형
단행본
개인저자
Cho, Wan-je, 1929- Choe, Hong-gyu , 1940- 조완제
서명 / 저자사항
A cultural history of modern Korea : history of Korean civilization = 한국근대문화사 / by Wanne J. Joe ; edited with an introduction by Hongkyu A. Choe.
발행사항
Elizabeth, NJ :   Hollym,   2000.  
형태사항
876 p., [32] p. of plates : ill. (some col.), maps ; 23 cm.
ISBN
1565911083
서지주기
Includes bibliographical references (p. 835-864) and index.
주제명(지명)
Korea -- Civilization -- History.
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이 책은 현대 한국의 역사, 정치, 철학, 종교와 교육에 관한 이해와 문화 비평 측면에서 저술한 에세이이다. 또한 이 방면의 전문가들 뿐만 아니라 일반 독자들에게도 그들의 지식과 관점을 논의할 수 있도록 도움을 줄 것이다.


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Wanne J.Joe(지은이)

<A Cultural History Of Modern Korea>

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR = ⅵ
ABOUT THE EDITOR = ⅶ
CONTENTS = ⅸ
AUTHOR'S PREFACE = xv
EDITOR'S PREFACE = xvii
INTRODUCTION = xix
CHAPTER ONE MODERN KOREA = 1
 Ⅰ POLITICAL DEVELOPMENT = 1
 Ⅱ SIN'GYO AND THE IDEAL OF PEACE AND HARMONY = 7
 Ⅲ DISINTEGRATION AND RECENTRALIZATION = 12
 Ⅳ THE ROLE AND NATURE OF BUDDHISM AS STATE RELIGION = 17
 Ⅴ THE YI DYNASY AND CONFUCIANISM = 19
 Ⅵ THE ARECHETYPAL MAN OF THE YI DYNASTY = 33
 Ⅶ KOREAN-JAPANESE RELATIONS: PARALLELS AND CONTRASTS = 40
  1. Growth along the Common Path = 40
  2. Native Religious Practice and Developments = 46
  3. Disintegration: Parting of Company = 49
  4. Japanese Piratical Wars and Dissuasion by Rewards = 58
  5. Hideyoshi Invasions and Tokugawa Japan = 64
  6. The Traditional Concept and Practice of International Relations = 72
CHAPTER TWO THE RISE OF THE COMMON PEOPLE = 77
 Ⅰ. ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENTS = 77
 Ⅱ INTELLECTUAL AND RELIGIOUS DEVELOPMENT: TOWARD TONGHAK = 81
  1. Practical Learning: Sirhak = 83
  2. The Establishment of Catholicism : "An Inedible Apricot" = 86
 Ⅲ TONHAK: THE VEHICLE OF MODERNIZATION = 95
  1. Four-Color Party Politics and the Clan Government = 96
  2. The "Three Administrations" in Disarray and the People in Ferments = 101
  3. Rebellion and Love in Literature, and Literary Men and Women = 111
  4. Ch'oe Che U and the Birth of Tonghak = 127
  5. The Establishment of the Tonghak Church = 137
 Ⅳ THE TAEWONGUN AND POLITICAL REFORM = 139
 ⅤTHE WESTERN ADVANCE EASTWARD: A DESTRUCTIVE FEAST AND FELLOWSHIP = 143
  1. Westem Inroads into Northeast Asia = 145
  2. The Taewon'gun vs the West = 154
  3. Queen Min vs th Taewon'gun = 161
  4. Northeast Asian Developments and the Opening of Yi Korea = 164
 Ⅵ A SECONDHAND MODERNIZATION FROM THE NORTHEAST ASIAN "VORTEX" = 173
  1. Passive Reform and Treaties with Westen Powers = 174
  2. Political Disturbances and Sino-Japanese Rivalry = 184
  3. The Politics Emeute of 1884 = 192
  4. The Political of the "vortex" Continues = 198
  5. Development in Commerce:  Sino-Japanese Rivalry Continues = 202
 Ⅶ THE EDUCATION OF CONFUCIAN SCHOLARS = 210
 Ⅷ THE TONGHAK MOVENENT: A REVOLUTION THAT FAILED = 216
  1. Social Conditions and the Tonghak Leadership = 216
  2. From the Preluders to the Populist War = 221
  3. Tonghak Rule: The Chipkang-so Administration = 233
  4. The Tonghak War against Japanese Aggression = 241
CHAPTER THREE THE GROWTH OF NATIONALISM = 251
 Ⅰ. THE POLITICS OF IMPERIALISM AND KOREA = 251
  1. The Sino-Japanese War over Korea = 251
  2. A Paper Reform of 1894 = 264
  3. Japanese Imperialism in Korea: Its Limits and Approaches = 268
 Ⅱ. THE JAPANESE MURDER QUEEN MIN = 281
 Ⅲ AN EXPLOSION OF NATIONAL RAGE: THE RIGHTEOUS ARMY RISES = 290
  1. In the Name of Righteousness Only = 294
  2. The Righteous Army Movement Continues = 309
 Ⅳ. THE WEST'S ECONOMIC INTERESTS CONVERGE ON KOREA = 312
  1. The Russo- Japanese Dealing on Korea. etc = 312
  2. The Western Scramble for Economic Concessions = 315
 Ⅴ. WESTERN STUDIES AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS = 317
  1. The Pattern of the Kaehwa Process = 318
  2. Modern Newspapers and Schools = 323
  3. The Independence Association Movement = 326
  4. The People's Mass Meeting An Improvised Attempt at Democracy = 332
 Ⅵ. THE RUSSO-JAPANESE WAR: "TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD" = 337
  1. Japan's "Peculiar" and "Queer" Interest in Korea and Beyond = 338
  2. An Imperialist-Capitalist War for the Annexation of Korea = 343
  3. Roosevelt, the Portsmouth Treaty, and Korea = 346
 Ⅶ. THE PASSING OF KOREA INTO OBLIVION = 352
  1. Ito Hirobumi at His Finest Hour = 357
  2. The Coup de Grace: The Nemesis of the Japanese Organized Criminality = 373
 Ⅷ. IN THE NAME OF RIGHTEOUSNESS: THE FIGHT GOES ON = 380
  1. Confucian Classics, Muzzleloaders, and Japanese 3-8 Rifles = 381
  2. Disbanded Soldiers Join Local Righteous Amies = 391
  3. The Thirteen Provinces Combined Righteous Army = 395
  4. A Violated Buddha Image: The Japanese on a Killing Spree = 399
  5. The Righteous Army: Who and How = 404
  6. "The Punitive Expedition to Southern Provinces" the Japanese Killing Spree Continues = 409
  7. Heroes of the Righteous Army = 413
CHAPTER FOUR RELIGION: KOREAN MIND AND WORLDVIEW = 423
 Ⅰ. SHAMANISM: THE HOME OF THE KOREA SOUL = 423
  1. The Reference Principles of Shamanism = 423
  2. Myths and Rites: The Beginning of Korean Shamanic Culture = 426
  3. Collective Chamanism at Creativity = 431
  4. The Development of Collective Shamanism = 436
  5. Individual Shamanism = 444
  6. Death, Soul, and  Evil in Korean Shamanism = 453
  7. The Village Rite of Passage = 457
 Ⅱ. CH'ONDOISM: LIBERATION VIA MONISTIC UNITY = 461
  1. From Tonghak to Ch'ondoism: Son Pyoung Hui on Stage = 462
  2. The Theology of in Nae Ch'on = 467
  3. The Sovereignty of Ethics in Ch'ondoism = 474
  4. To Build the Kingdom of Heaven on Earth: the Ch'ondoist Movement Continues = 478
 Ⅲ. BUDDHISM REVISITED: THE CYCLE OF A FAITH = 483
  1. Early Yi Dynasty Buddhism:  Tribulations Endured = 484
  2. Philosophical Attempts at Readjustment = 491
  3. Patriarchal Leadership: A New Development = 494
  4. Wars, Monks, and the Confucian Government = 497
  5. Yi Dynasty Buddhism in the Last Century and Its Reform Movement = 500
 Ⅳ. CHRISTIANITY: A BITER DRAFT OF FOREIGN SPIRIT = 512
  1. The Catholic Movement Continues: To Hew a Spiritual  Enclosure = 513
  2. The Foundation of Korean Protestantism = 518
  3. The Coming of Protestant Missionaries and Denominations = 525
  4. Itineration and the Establishment of Missionary Policies = 530
  5. The Rise of the Protestant Church and Trouble with the Missionaries, 1897-1906 = 538
  6. The Great Revival: Korean Protestantism Comes of Age = 549
  7. Missionaries as Accomplices in the Japanese Enslavement of the Korean People = 555
 Ⅴ. TAOISM: A PERVASIVE INFLUENCE IN KOREAN CULTURE = 563
  1. Taoism: From Ideology to Institutionalized Religion = 564
  2. Some Cultural Ramifications of Taoist Ideas and Doctrines = 575
  3. Korea as a Taoist Nation: The Hemitic Image Vindicated = 590
 Ⅵ. CONFUCIANISM: THE BULWARK OF THE SOCIET = 609
  1. Confucian Ethics and Morality = 611
  2. The Village Code: The Utopian Testament = 621
  3. The Sonbi:  The Ideal Man of the Confucian Society = 628
  4. Kim Koeng P'il as a Sonbi = 633
  5. Neo-Confucian Philosophy: Yi Hwang Yi Ⅰ = 637
  6. Philosophical Debates Continue = 655
  7. All the Way's Men: The Sonbi Under Duress = 664
CHAPTER FIVE EDUCATION: THE WILDFIRE TO MODERN SOCIETY = 671
 Ⅰ. EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM AND PHILOSOPHY = 671
  1. Yi Governmen Schools and Motivative Rewards = 671
  2. The Kwango as and Educational Institution = 687
  3. Private Edecation: Chonsa and Sowon = 696
  4. Sodang: The Star of Grass-Roots Education = 706
  5. New Leaning: The Wildfire Burns on = 714
 Ⅱ. IDEALISM AND OPPORTUNITY IN AN EDUCATION-MINED CONFUCIAL SOCIETY = 726
  1. The Goernment and Its Limit in Education = 728
  2. Sowon: To Produce the Ideal Man = 735
  3. The Development of Sonbiism: From Criticism to Patriotism = 745
  4. Tonghak as an Educational Movement = 757
 Ⅲ. THE JAPANESE AGGRESSION GOVERNMENT: A HALL OF CHICANETY AND CRIME = 763
  1. The Japanese Occupation of Korea = 763
  2. The Establishment of a Police State = 770
  3. Economic Plunder: Japanese Avarice at Work = 778
  4. Life against Japanese Aggression = 784
 Ⅳ. THE MARCH FIRST INDEPEDENCE MOVEMENT: A REAFFIRMATION: A REAFFIRMATION IN THE SHAMANIC SPIRIT = 790
  1. The March First Independence Movement = 790
  2. The People in Nationalism's Ferment = 794
  3. Manse for Independence: An Exorcismal Exercise = 801
  4. "The Lamp" Illumines the Whole Country and Beyond = 814
NOTES = 821
BIBLIOGRAPHY = 835
INDEX = 865

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