Sogye Pak Sedang

-- A Selected Bibliography --


  Yôhôn Chang Hyôn'gwang
  (1554-1637)
  Hagok Chông Chedu
  (1649-1736)
  Udam Chông Sihan
  (1625-1707)
  Sambong Chông Tojôn
  (1337-1398)
  Tasan Chông Yagyong
  (1762-1836)
  Namdang Han Wônjin
  (1682-1750)
  Tamhôn Hong Taeyong
  (1731-1783)
  Nosa Ki Chôngjin
  (1798-1876) -- (euc-kr)
  Kobong Ki Taesûng
  (1527-1572)
  Hasô Kim Inhu
  (1511-1560)
  Maewôldang Kim Sisûp
  (1435-1493)
  Yangch'on Kwôn Kûn
  (1352-1409)
  Yônam Pak Chiwôn
  (1737-1805)
  Sôgye Pak Sedang
  (1629-1703)
  Hwadam Sô Kyôngdôk
  (1489-1546)
  Ugye Sông Hon
  (1535-1598)
  Uam Song Siyôl
  (1607-1689)
  Hanju Yi Chinsang
  (1818-1885)
  Hwasô Yi Hangno
  (1792-1868) -- (euc-kr)
  T'oegye Yi Hwang
  (1501-1570) -- (euc-kr)
  Yulgok Yi I
  (1536-1584)
  Sôngho Yi Ik
  (1681-1763)
  Pan'gye Yu Hyôngwôn
  (1622-1673)
  Paekho Yun Hyu
  (1617-1680)
  1. Primary Sources

    Pak Sedang, Sabyônnok [ = Han'guk myôngjô tae chônjip, vol.4], trans. by Kim Hakchu, Seoul, 1972. (A modern Korean translation of Sôgye's criticism of Zhu Xi with the original texts)

    Pak Sedang, Sôgye chônsô, 2 vols., Seoul : T'aehaksa, 1979. (With an introduction by Yun Sasun)

    Pak Sedang, Kugyôk sinju todôkkyông, in : Sô Kyôngdôk, Kugyôk Hwadam sônsaeng munjip [ = Han'guk kojôn kugyôk ch'ongsô, vol.4], trans. by Koryô taehakkyo pusôl minjok munhwa yôn'guso, Seoul, 1971. (A modern Korean translation of Sôgye's annotations of Daodejing with facsimiles of the original texts)


  2. Secondary Sources in Asian Languages

    Ch'oe Yôngsông (1995), "T'al Chuja hakp'ung kwa tokchajôgin kyôngjôn chuhae ûi sôn'guja : Chang Hyôn'gwang, Pak Sedang", in : idem (1995), Han'guk yuhak sasangsa vol.III, (Chosôn hugi p'yôn, sang), Seoul : Asea munhwasa, pp.265-278.

    Kim Hûnggyu (1980), "Sôgye Pak Sedang ûi sigyôngnon", in : Han'guk hakpo, vol.6, no.3, pp.23-45.

    Pak Sedang, Sabyônnok [ = Han'guk ûi sasang tae chônjip, vol.23], trans. by Yi Chongsul, Seoul : Tonghwa ch'ulp'an kongsa, 1977. (A modern Korean translation of selected works with the original texts)


  3. Works in Western Languages

    Lee, Won-Myong, (1985), "Das Verstšndnis des Tao-te-ching in Korea, dargestellt am Beispiel der politischen Philosophie Pak Se-dangs", in : Korea No.8, pp.11-36.



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