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  1. Wae Chosŏn Yuhak Inʼga.Hyŏng-jo Han - 2008 - Munhak Tongne.
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  2. Confucian Philosophy in Korea.Hae-chʻang Chŏng & Hyŏng-jo Han (eds.) - 1996 - Academy of Korean Studies.
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    Lixue the Lost Art: Confucianism as a Form of Cultivation of Mind.Hyong-Jo Han - 2016 - Educational Philosophy and Theory 48 (1):75-84.
    This article approaches Confucianism as a lost art of living and asks how we can make it relevant again for us. Central to this approach is the cultivation of heart-mind designed to help cure ourselves of self-oblivion and self-centeredness so prevalent in our culture today. It is based on the idea of Li, the same as Spinoza’s God, the absolute Being that has nothing to do with human aspirations at all. To seek this, Li is therefore to gain true freedom. (...)
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  4. Chosŏn Yuhak Ŭi Kŏjangdŭl.Hyŏng-jo Han - 2008 - Munhak Tongne.
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  5. Simgyŏng, Chujahak Ŭi Maŭm Hullyŏn Maenyuŏl.Hyŏng-jo Han (ed.) - 2009 - Han'gukhak Chungang Yŏn'guwŏn.
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  6. Wae Tongyang Ch'ŏrhak In'ga: Chŏpkŭn, Cheja Paekka, Chujahak, Kŭrigo Chŏnmang.Hyŏng-jo Han - 2009 - Munhak Tongne.
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