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冲庵 金淨의 至治를 위한 노력과 挫折

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Alternative Title
The Ultimate Governing for Effort and Frustration of Chungam Kim Jeong
Abstract
Kim Jeong(1486-1521) is a politician and writer who was frustrated
--- Joseon dynasty in 16th century, the golden age of Joseon dynasty. The
era in which he lived is the time with historic events such as JungJong in
the era of Yeonsan, at the beginning of Jungjong when Sarim clamoured for
reformation and finally, Kimyo in which Sarim was eliminated.
After two sahwas, Muo and Gabbja, Jungjong ascended to the throne
trying to accomplish politics based on Confucian values. Hence, Sarim, who
had been eliminated by Yeonsan, reappeared in the centre of politics. For this
reason, a conflict between new Sarim and conservative Hungu was
aggravated. But, Sarim intended to follow Confucian values, such as Gong
and Mang to realize royal politics rather than following King´s will. Those
political ideas are called Jichi or Dohak. It asserts 'King and officials should
learn Confucianism and practice and apply Confucian values to politics to
make ideal society'. According to Jichi, to accomplish ideal politics, monarch,
the core of politics, should reform himself and if not, there is no space to
establish political system so it will make impossible to carry out political
reform.
He participated in political reformation of Sarim and Jo Gwang-jo,
who gave him the advice to contribute to Jichi, influenced it. He established
the foundation of Dohak politics that give priority to the prudence and also
supplied Sohak and Geunsarok in order to strengthen moral values. He also
reformed Sogyeokseo and established Hyeonryangwa in search of talented
people. Moreover, he focused on promoting Confucianism and Dohak politics,
preventing connections with meritorious retainers. However, there was a
problem already with arbitrary politics driven by the influence of the
reformation. Jungjong sympathized with the reform but he was reluctant with
them who tried to have him under control in a strict way.
Resistance of Sugu was a natural result, keeping in mind that Yeong
reform power was obsessed with the strict principles. Jungjong was fed up
with drastic reform and scared with the empowerment of Sarim.
Consequently, Jo Kwang-jo and his party were purged. This is called
Kimyosahwa when the conflict and antagonism were presented between
Hungu who formed dominant power since the beginning of Joseon Dynasty
and Sarim, the new political forces.
Although Cheungam was not evaluated as who had followed
Seongrihak by Confucian academics, there is no doubt that he tried to
accomplish the ideals of royal politics. He started political career at the age
of 22 and worked for 10 years. Later, he was exiled for 5 years to Boeun
and Jeju. Finally he was sentenced to death at the age of 33. He was exiled
to Boeun because of the appeal of the deposed Queen Shin and of the false
charge of Hungu at Kimyosahwa.
As a result of Kimyosahwa Chungam was moved to Jindo from
Keumsa and finally he was placed in Jeju. Although the life of Chungam was
a tragedy, he tried to realise the meaning of values to relieve people's
suffering. He wrote an essay of Jeju people with the objective to illustrate
customs and enlighten them.
Also he wrote a considerable number of poems with melancholic tone
of exile life and these are published in the third volume of Choongamjip
named Haedorok. After being required to voluntary execution, he left Imjeolsa
and ended his life.
His will for reformation to help Jungjong to realise ideal values of
Jichi suffered a setback in midway. He was one of the key figures of Sarim
and of the noted men of Kimyo who learned the idea of righteous man
willing to improve himself. Despite the fact that he served as retainer for a
short time he tried to tighten disciplines of the nation, practicing Jichi of
traditional Confucianism.
In this dissertation, the poems of Choongam were analysed through
Jichi doctrine, which he practiced. Also, this article examines his political
ideology and thought through chronology. In addition, this article explores
how his efforts and frustrations were showed in his literature work. It is true
that there are numerous poems about self-cultivation of the mind and body
but it´s worth paying attention to those poems where his personal life and
political thought are presented.
This article covers from Confucian study on Jichi to Sahwan, Sachin
and its variations, the efforts for the realisation of Jichi, and it concludes
with the exile and the death of Choongam.
Author(s)
신순옥
Issued Date
2016
Awarded Date
2016. 8
Type
Dissertation
URI
http://dcoll.jejunu.ac.kr/jsp/common/DcLoOrgPer.jsp?sItemId=000000007764
Alternative Author(s)
Shin, Soon-Ok
Department
대학원 국어국문학과
Advisor
김상조
Table Of Contents
Ⅰ. 序論 1
Ⅱ. 金淨 삶의 역사적 배경과 詩論 13
Ⅲ. 庵의 意識의 軌跡 20
1. 儒學으로의 修學 20
2. 仕宦과 事親의 變奏 29
3. 至治 實現을 위한 노력 40
4. 流配와 挫折 54
Ⅳ. 結論 66
參考文獻 70
ABSTRACT 75
Degree
Master
Publisher
제주대학교 대학원
Citation
신순옥. (2016). 冲庵 金淨의 至治를 위한 노력과 挫折
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