Neo-Confucianism
Neo-Confucianism (simplified Chinese: 宋明理学; traditional Chinese: 宋明理學; pinyin: Sòng-Míng Lǐxué often shortened to 理學) is a moral, ethical, and metaphysical Chinese philosophy influenced by...
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Cheng-Zhu school
The Cheng-Zhu school, known in Chinese as Chéngzhūlĭxué 程朱理學, is one of the major philosophical schools of Neo-Confucianism, based on the ideas of the Neo-Confucian philosophers Cheng Yi, Cheng Hao, a...
Yangmingism
Yangmingism, known in Mandarin as Yángmíngxué (陽明學) and in Japanese as Yōmeigaku (陽明学), is one of the major philosophical schools of Neo-Confucianism, based on the ideas of the Neo-Confucian philosoph...
Neo-Confucianism in Japan
Edo Neo-Confucianism, known in Japanese as Shushi-Gaku (朱子学, shushigaku), refers to the schools of Neo-Confucian philosophy that developed in Japan during the Edo period. Neo-Confucianism reac...
Korean Confucianism
Korean Confucianism is the form of Confucianism that emerged and developed in Korea. One of the most substantial influences in Korean intellectual history was the introduction of Confucian thought as ...
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Yun Doo-su
Yun Doo-su(윤두수, 尹斗壽, 1533 – 1601) was Korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Writer, Neo-Confucian scholars. a penname was Oheum(오음, 梧陰), courtesy name was Jaang(자앙, 子仰).
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Gyorin
Gyorin (lit. "neighborly relations") was a neo-Confucian term developed in Joseon Korea. The term was intended to identify and characterize a diplomatic policy which establishes and maintains amicabl...
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Kim Ikhun
Kim Ik-hun(Hangul:김익훈, Hanja:金益勳, 1619 – March 11, 1689) was from the Gwangsan Kim clan (광산김씨, 光山金氏). He was a politician, a general, and part of the noble class during the Joseon Dynasty. His pen n...
Kim Jong-jik
Kim Jong-jik (Hangul:김종직, 1431–1492), often known by his pen name Jeompiljae(점필재), was a leading Korean Neo-Confucian scholar in the early Joseon Dynasty. He was born in Miryang in Gyeongsang provinc...
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Jang Hyungwang
Jang Hyungwang(장현광, 1554 - September 15, 1637) was korean Joseon Dynastys politicians and Educators, Neo-Confucian scholars. scholars successor of Jeong gu and teacher of Heo Mok and Yun Hyu. a pennam...
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Edo Neo-Confucianism
Edo Neo-Confucianism, known in Japanese as Shushi-Gaku (朱子学, shushigaku), refers to the schools of Neo-Confucian philosophy that developed in Japan during the Edo period. Neo-Confucianism reac...
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Nam Gon
Nam Gon (Korean: 남곤, 南袞, 1471 – 10 March 1527) was a Korean politician, poet, Neo-Confucian scholar, thinker, writer and Prime Minister during the Joseon Dynasty. His nicknames were Jij...
Li Zhi (philosopher)
Li Zhi (1527–1602), often known by his pseudonym Zhuowu, was a prominent Chinese philosopher, historian and writer of the late Ming Dynasty. A critic of the Neo-Confucianist views espoused by Zhu Xi, ...
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Lai Zhide
Lái Zhīdé (來知德 / 来知德; also Lái Qútáng 來瞿唐 / 来瞿唐, 1525–1604) was a Ming period Neo-Confucian philosopher. He introduced into Chinese philosophy the well-known "Yin and Yang symbol", the taijitu (a "di...
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Lu Jiuyuan
Lu Jiuyuan (Chinese: 陸九淵; pinyin: Lù Jiǔyuān; 1139–1192), or Lu Xiangshan (陸象山; Lù Xiàngshān), was a Chinese scholar and philosopher who founded the school of the universal mind, the second mo...
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Moon Ik-chum
Moon Ik-chom(korean:문익점;文益漸, 8 February 1329 – February 1400) was a politician of the Goryeo Dynasty and a Neo-Confucian scholar. His given name was Ik-cheom (익첨 益瞻), his courtesy name ...
Nei Jing
In advanced traditional Chinese kung fu (martial arts), Neijing (Traditional Chinese: 內勁; pinyin: nèijìng) refers to the conscious control of the practitioner's qi, or "life energy", to gain advantage...
Jo Gwang-jo
Jo Gwang-jo (Hangul:조광조, 23 August 1482 – 10 January 1520), also often called by his pen name Jeong-am(정암), was Korean Neo-Confucian scholar who pursued radical reforms during the reign of King Jungj...
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Gil Jae
Gil Jae or Kil Jae (1353–1419) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and writer of Korea's Goryeo Dynasty and early Joseon Dynasty.
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Choi Myung-kil
Choi Myung-kil (Hangul: 최명길; hanja: 崔鳴吉; 1586 – June 19, 1647) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty politician and Neo-Confucian scholar of the Yangmingist school. He served as the Joseon prime min...
Korean art
Korean arts include traditions in calligraphy, music, painting and pottery, often marked by the use of natural forms, surface decoration and bold colors or sounds.
The earliest examples of Korean ...
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Kim Hyowon
Kim Hyowon(김효원, 金孝元, 1532 – 1 April 1590) was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politician and Writer, and a Neo Confucian scholar. His penname was Seongam, and his courtesy name was Inbaik. Also a header of t...
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Song Ik-pil
Song Ik-pil (February 10, 1534 - August 8, 1599) was a politician and Neo-Confucian scholar and Educator. Pennames were Gubong (구봉, 龜峰) and Hyunseung (현승, 玄繩). A courtesy name was Woonjang (운장, 雲長). ...
Kaibara Ekken
Kaibara Ekken (貝原 益軒, December 17, 1630 – October 5, 1714) or Ekiken, also known as Atsunobu (篤信) was a Japanese Neo-Confucianist philosopher and botanist.Kaibara was born into a family of ...
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Zhang Zai
Zhang Zai (simplified Chinese: 张载; traditional Chinese: 張載; pinyin: Zhāng Zài; Wade–Giles: Chang Tsai) (1020–1077) was a Chinese Neo-Confucian moral philosopher and cosmologist. He is ...
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Wang Yangming
Wang Yangming (31 October 1472 – 9 January 1529), courtesy name Bo'an, was a Chinese idealist Neo-Confucian philosopher, official, educationist, calligraphist and general during the Ming dynasty...
Hayashi Hōkō
Hayashi Hōkō (林 鳳岡, January 11, 1644 – July 22, 1732), also known as Hayashi Nobutatsu, was a Japanese Neo-Confucian scholar, teacher and administrator in the system of higher education main...
Muro Kyūsō
Muro Kyūsō (室鳩巣) or Muro Naokiyo (直清) (March 30, 1658 – September 9, 1734), was a Neo-Confucian scholar and an official of the Tokugawa shogunate during the rule of Tokugawa Yoshimune. Muro ...
Choi Ik-hyun
Choi Ik-hyun (Hangeul:최익현, Hanja:崔益鉉, Pen name: Myonahm 1833-1906) was a Korean Joseon Dynasty scholar, politician, philosopher, and general of the Korean Righteous Army guerrilla forces. He was a str...
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Zhu Xi
Zhu Xi or Chu Hsi (Chinese: 朱熹, October 18, 1130 – April 23, 1200) was a Song dynasty Confucian scholar who was the leading figure of the School of Principle and the most influential rationalist ...
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