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A policy that advocate faithful subjects of the Imjin war at the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty

  • The Review of Korean History
  • 2010, (100), pp.331-359
  • Publisher : The Historical Society Of Korea
  • Research Area : Humanities > History

JI,DOO-HWAN 1

1국민대학교

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ABSTRACT

At the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty, how advocate faithful subjects who are loyal to their principle and uphold a cause according to Neo-Confucianism after both war. And the Joseon Dynasty keeps their cultural pride during King Yeongjo and King Jeongjo. I focus on these. A policy that advocate faithful subjects at the latter part of the Joseon Dynasty is equal to the process that The Joseon Neo-Confucianism(조선성리학) based on school of mind(心學) takes root in society. The policy of faithful subjects according to consensus of learning and virtue(學行一致)) takes root in the Joseon Dynasty from King Sukjong to King Yeongjo. And then give government posts to dead vassals(贈職) and build a ancestral shrine in King Injo, King Hyojong and King Hyeonjong's periods. Next, give a posthumous title to dead vassals(贈諡) in King Sukjong's period. At last, It works up to enshrine their ancestral tablet forever(不祧之典) in King Yeongjo's period.

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