Yu Hyeong-won

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Yu Hyeong-won (유형원 柳馨遠, 1622-1673) was a Korean politicians, writer, and scholar in the Joseon Dynasty. He is best known as a Neo-Confucian scholar and as an early Silhak scholar.[1]

Selected works[change | change source]

  • Bangyesurock(반계수록 磻溪隧錄)
  • Bangyejip(반계집 磻溪集)
  • Baekgyungsajam(백경사잠 百警四箴)
  • Bangyeilgo(반계일고 磻溪一顧)
  • Gunhyunje(군현제 郡縣制)
  • Yigichongron(이기총론 理氣總論)
  • Nanhakmulli(논학물리 論學物理)
  • Gyungsulmundap(경설문답 經說問答)
  • Jujachanyo(주자찬요 朱子纂要)
  • Yeojiji(여지지 輿地志)
  • Gunhyunjije(군현지제 郡縣之制)
  • Gihaengilrok(기행일록 紀行日錄)
  • Dongguksaksagangmokjorye(동국사강목조례 東國史綱目條例)
  • Donggukyuksagibo(동국역사가고 東國歷史可考)
  • Sokgangmokuibo(속강목의보 續綱目疑補)
  • Dongsaguiseolbyun(동사괴설변 東史怪說辨)
  • Mugyungsaseocho(무경사서초 武經四書抄)
  • Gihyosinseojulhyo(기효신서절요 紀效新書節要)
  • Chungeumjinam(정음지남 正音指南)
  • Dojeongchuljip(도정절집 陶靖節集)
  • Donggukmuncho(동국문초 東國文抄)
  • Jungweowirack(중여위략 中與偉略)

References[change | change source]

  1. Yu Hyeong-won; retrieved 2012-9-1.

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