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ISBN: 8971414596
Author: Key-Hiuk Kim
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Publisher: Institute for Modern Korean Studies, Yonse University (1999)
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8. Japanese Colonial Rule, 1905-1945 -Han-Kyo Kim, The Japanese Colonial Administration on Korea.

Lecture Topics and Reading Assignments 1. An overview of Modern Korean History 2. Early Korean Contact with the West and the Taewon’gun’s Exclusionism, 1800s-1870’s -Key-Hiuk Kim, Opening of Korea: a Confucian Response to the Western Impact (Seoul: Yonsei University Press, 1999), pp. 1-23. 3. Opening of the Hermit Kingdom to Japan and the West, 1876-1880’s -Key Hiuk Kim, ibid. 8. An Overview, Andrew C. Nahm e. Korea under Japanese Colonial Rule (Kalamazoo, Mich: The Center for Korean Studies, Western Michigan University, 1973), pp. 41-53.

Key-Hiuk Kim. Published by Yonsei University Press (1999). ISBN 10: 8971414766 ISBN 13: 9788971414767.

amp; Required Reading: Kim, Key-Hiuk. Opening of Korea: A Confucian response to the western impact (IMKS Special Lecture Series No. 3). (Seoul: Institute of Modern Korean Studies, Yonsei University). July 3: Japanese Aggression and Global Imperialism: Korean Leaders Take Flight. amp; Required Reading: Eckert, Carter, Lee, Ki-baik, Lew, Young Ick, Robinson, Michael, & Wagner, Edward W. (1991).

Western learning, when sought as 'yong' did not supplement Chinese . In volume three of "Confucian China and its Modern Fate", he seems to give.

Western learning, when sought as 'yong' did not supplement Chinese learning- as the neat formula would have it do- but began to supplant i.

The strongly Confucian Heungseon Daewongun proved to be a capable and calculating leader in the early years of Gojong's reign. However, the yangban aristocracy still opposed opening the country to the West. He abolished the old government institutions that had become corrupt under the rule of various clans, revised the law codes along with the household laws of the royal court and the rules of court ritual, and heavily reformed the military techniques of the royal armies.

The lectures will focus on particular literary, historical, philosophical, scientific, or artistic developments, from the ancient Greeks to the present day. UIC1581 EASTERN CIVILIZATION In this course we will examine the civilizations of East Asia from the earliest recorded history to the present. UIC1581 EASTERN CIVILIZATION In this course we will examine the civilizations of East Asia from the earliest recorded history to the present, focusing on how culture, thought, societies, and economies have changed over time. Although the semester will be divided by region into separate units on "China," "Japan," and "Korea," this course will not present national histories.

A Confucian revival began during the Tang dynasty (618–907). In the late Tang, Confucianism developed in response to Buddhism and Taoism and was reformulated as Neo-Confucianism

A Confucian revival began during the Tang dynasty (618–907). In the late Tang, Confucianism developed in response to Buddhism and Taoism and was reformulated as Neo-Confucianism. This reinvigorated form was adopted as the basis of the imperial exams and the core philosophy of the scholar official class in the Song dynasty (960–1297) Five Classics (五经, Wǔjīng) and the Confucian vision.

This book considers how a "hermit kingdom," Chosun, which had adhered to a policy of seclusion, opened the door to Japan and western powers, began trading, and became a member of the modern world.

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