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Yun Jeung (Korean: 윤증 Hanja 尹拯, 1629-1714), also known as Yung Chŭng, was a Korean scholar, writer, politician, and Neo-Confucian philosopher of the Joseon period. The name he used for writing was Myungjae.
Early life[change | change source]
Career[change | change source]
Yun is part of the Silhak school.
work book[change | change source]
- Myungjaeyugo (명재유고, 明齋遺顧)
- Myungjaeuiryemundap (명재의례문답, 明齋疑禮問答)
- Myungjaeyuseo (명재유서)
Other pages[change | change source]
References[change | change source]
- Song, Ki-jung. (2001). 한・영우리문화용어집 (Glossary of Korean Culture), p. 269; VisitKorea.or.kr, Myeongjae House (House of Yun Jeung); retrieved 2012-9-8.
- Yi, Sŭng-hwan. (2006). A Topography of Confucian Discourse: Politico-Philosophical Reflections on Confucian Discourse Since Modernity, p. 93.