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Emotions in Korean Philosophy and Religion

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    Chapter 1 Introduction: Emotions (Jeong/Qing 情) in Korean Philosophy and Religion
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    Chapter 2 Moral Psychology of Emotion in Korean Neo-Confucianism and Its Philosophical Debates on the Affective Nature of the Mind
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    Chapter 3 The Idea of Gyeong/Jing 敬 in Yi Toegye’s Korean Neo-Confucianism and Its Availability in Contemporary Ethical Debate
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    Chapter 4 Yi Yulgok on the Role of Emotions in Self-cultivation and Ethics: A Korean Confucian and Comparative Interpretation
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    Chapter 5 Dasan Jeong Yagyong on Emotions and the Pursuit of Sagehood
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    Chapter 6 Thinking Through the Emotions with Korean Confucianism: Philosophical Translation and the Four-Seven Debate
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    Chapter 7 Jeong (情), Civility, and the Heart of a Pluralistic Democracy in Korea
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    Chapter 8 Korean Social Emotions: Han (한 恨), Heung (흥 興), and Jeong (정 情)
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    Chapter 9 Hanmaeum, One Heart-mind: A Korean Buddhist Philosophical Basis of Jeong (情)
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    Chapter 10 Resentment and Gratitude in Won Buddhism
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    Chapter 11 Jeong and the Interrelationality of Self and Other in Korean Buddhist Cinema
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    Chapter 12 Emotions (Jeong 情) in Korean Confucianism and Family Experience: An Ecofeminist Perspective
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    Chapter 13 Conclusion: The Diversity, Dynamics, and Distinctiveness of Korean Jeong
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Emotions in Korean Philosophy and Religion
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Springer International Publishing, January 2022
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-94747-7
978-3-03-094746-0, 978-3-03-094747-7

Edward Y. J. Chung, Jea Sophia Oh

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