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The Process How Kimilsung Juche Ideology has Realized Nuke Armed Forces System on the Korean Peninsular: Centered around Philosophical Bases and Changes of Collective Identity

  • Journal of Asia-Pacific Studies
  • Abbr : JAPS
  • 2017, 24(4), pp.5-39
  • DOI : 10.18107/japs.2017.24.4.001
  • Publisher : Institute of Global Affairs
  • Research Area : Social Science > Social Science in general
  • Received : November 17, 2017
  • Accepted : December 15, 2017
  • Published : December 30, 2017

Pak, yohan 1 Lee, HyunJoo 2

1숭실대학교
2고려대학교

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ABSTRACT

This study, centered around formation factors of the ‘psychological crowd’ of Gustave Le Bon, analyzes the formation and its change of collective identity of North Koreans and the process how the nuke armed forces system has been realized on the Korean Peninsular. It can be said that The Korean War and The United States of America are ‘specified stimulation ones’ among the formation factors of collective identity which North Korea formed through the ‘psychological crowd’, while ‘unconscious factor’ is Han(韓) Ideology, and ‘mental pollution’ is ‘crowd lines’. Also, Kimilsung Juche Ideology, North Koreans’ ruling ideology is seen as an inheritance of Han(韓) Ideology, a Korean tradition and its process of religious and political transformation. Since it kept ‘dignity of humanity’ at its first loop where Marx-Leninism and Han ideology were combined, Kimilsung Juche Ideology has been twisted by ‘Great Leaders’, a means of power dictatorship, transformed into ‘Socio-Political Organism’ for the purpose of the hereditary succession of power, returned to Marxist humanism under the system crisis caused by the collapse of communist block, and finally succeeded in developing nuke armed forces and finishing nuke state system, a physical realization of historical materialism, over time. Thus, nuke armed forces are a physical realization of Kimilsung Juche Ideology, the core loop of which is Han(韓) Ideology, not Kimilsung Juche Ideology.

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