Cases from Korea
Edited By Eun-Jeung Lee and Marion Eggert
The book is about the evolution and transformation of knowledge and knowledge systems in the context of cultural contact. The articles take Korea as an example and deal with the configuration, dissemination and consolidation of knowledge in certain contexts of the past and present. Combining philological and social scientific approaches, this book is the result of a joint research project of the Korean Studies institutes at Freie Universität Berlin and Ruhr University Bochum pursued between 2009 and 2014.
Thorsten Traulsen - The Rise of the Text Style ‘Vernacular Explication’ (ŏnhae) in Early Chosŏn Korea, 1392–1598 - Diglossia, Canon, and Hermeneutics -
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The Rise of the Text Style ‘Vernacular Explication’ (ŏnhae) in Early Chosŏn Korea, 1392–1598 - Diglossia, Canon, and Hermeneutics -
Abstract The invention of the han’gŭl alphabet at the beginning of the Chosŏn dynasty with its new state ideology of Neo-Confucianism entailed a re-negotiation of the role the vernacular had to play therein, and finally resulted in prescriptive and literal ‘vernacular explication’ (ŏnhae 諺解) of the canonical scriptures.
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