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Women’s Sallim Thought in Old Cookbooks - Focused on Eumsikdimibang and Gyuhapchongseo(閨閤叢書) -

  • Journal of Korean Hyo Studies
  • 2017, (25), pp.25-56
  • Publisher : The Korean Hyo Studies Association
  • Research Area : Humanities > Other Humanities
  • Published : June 30, 2017

Lee nan su 1

1조선대학교

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ABSTRACT

his study examines the spirit of life in which Jang Gye‐hyang and Lee Bingheogak centered around the role of women in saving lives and practicing the care of the world. Their ideological and academic backgrounds are closely related to the ideological background of their family or scholastic lineage, but they also have their own distinctive characteristics in the social environment of women. In the case of Jang Gye‐hyang, all the time and space of life are deeply insighted and practiced in the field of 'Gyeong (敬)'. Her 'Gyeong' practice is the spirit of a life‐saving life, and this Neo‐Confucianism spirit of life lies in "Eumsikdimibang" just as it was. In addition, Bingheogak's Silhak worldview is embodied as a library of home economics called "Gyuhapchongseo" under the influence of family literature (家學). Each item and recorded contents of "Gyuhapchongseo" are based on her empirical analysis of actual reference documents. Thus, her "Gyuhapchongseo" has been transformed into a Silhak life through a review of Silsagusi (實事求是; how to seek truth from facts) on vitalizing the life in everyday life.

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This paper was written with support from the National Research Foundation of Korea.