The research team has collected, organized, and bibliographically annotated materials related to Dasan School as a basic way to review how Dasan Jung, Yak Yong's Practical Learning has been succeeded to the descendants. The research team has also orga ...
The research team has collected, organized, and bibliographically annotated materials related to Dasan School as a basic way to review how Dasan Jung, Yak Yong's Practical Learning has been succeeded to the descendants. The research team has also organized and collected Jung, Yak Yong‘s disciples into Dasan's relatives-based Dasan family, disciples whom he formed a connection with for the discipleship when he was staying at Gangjin-eup, disciples whom he had moved into and met at Dasan Chodang(茶山草堂), and schoolmates consisting of Buddhist monks, and bibliographically annotated their literary works. These included various types of writings of them almost any research had hardly ever been made to until that time by the academic world Jung, Hak Yeon(丁學淵), Lee, Gang Hwae(李綱會), Lee, Cheong. These literary works covered from literature(文學), the study of Chinese classics(經學), the study of historic-geography(歷史地理學), through the study of state-government(經世學), the science of agriculture(農學), and astronomy(天文學).
Seen from these works, we can extract some important materials as following. At first, in the field of literature are there Jung, Hak Yeon Selected Poems(丁學淵詩抄), Sam-Chang-Gwan Collection(三倉館集), Yu-San-Cheok Reading(酉山尺牘), Yu-Du-San-Oei Travel(游頭輪山記), Sun-Eum(鮮音), Soon-Rio-Phil Collection(蒓里魚疋集), Geun-Chae Poem Sellection(近體詩選), O-Ga-Shi-Jeok-Gu(五家詩摘句) by Jung, Hak Yeon, Chi-Won-Yu Study(巵園遺稿) by Hwang, Sang, Bang-San-Oei Study(舫山遺稿) by Yun, Jeong Gi, Chui-Rok-Dang-Yu Study(醉錄堂遺稿) by Yun, Jong Byeok(尹鍾璧), Ja-I Collection(自怡集) by Lee, Shi Heon(李時憲), San-Reok Collection(散櫟集) by Lee, Shin Gyou(李身逵), A-Am Collection(兒庵集), A-Am-Shi Selected Poems(兒菴詩集) by Hyejang(惠藏), and Cho-Eui-Dae-Sa Complete Collection(艸衣大師全集), Cho-Eui Poem Study(艸衣詩稿) by Cho-Eui-(草衣), in the field of the study of Chinese classics, Shi-Gyeong-Gang-Eui Series(詩經講義續集), Yeok-Jeon-Ik(易傳翼) by Yun, Jeong Gi, Shi-Myeong-Da-Shik(詩名多識) by Jung, Hak Yeon, and Mool-Gi-Dang-Yo-Chan(勿欺堂要纂) by Lee, Gang Hwae, in the field of the study of state-government, Lee, Yu-Am Complete Collection(柳菴叢書), Woon-Gok Miscellaneous(雲谷雜木著+), Hyun-Joo-Man Record(玄洲漫錄) by Gang Hwae, in the field of the science of agriculture, Jong-Chook-Hoe-Tong(種畜會通) by Jung, Hak Yeon, in the field of the study of historic-geography, Dong-Hwan Record(東寰錄) by Yun, Jeong Gi, Tam-Ra-Jik-Bang-Seol(耽羅職方說) by Lee, Gang Hwae, and in the field of astronomy, Jeong-Gwan Volume(井觀編) by Lee Cheong.
While collecting and bibliographically reviewing these said materials, we have confirmed that Dasan Study Group had originally succeeded and developed its own Dasan Study. In the field of literature, Dasan Study Group was revealed to keep a unique and close relationship with Seoul Academic World while developing various colors of literature, in the field of the study of Chinese classics and the study of state-government, it has succeeded to Dasan Study taking on a characteristic figure of its own. In the field of the study of historic-geography and astronomy, it has also been confirmed that the Group succeeded to Dasan Study. This research, I believe, would largely contribute to the realistic revelation of the identity of the 'Dasan Study Group', pattern of succession to Dasan Study, and unproblematic communication between Seoul and other local areas, and the Confucianism and the Buddhism. Further, it will, I hope, provide us with a new way-out to research into intellectuality history in the 19th century.