Fujitsuka's research on Kim Jeong-hui had an unintentional and profound influence on many Japanese and Korean scholars at the time. Accepting Fujitsuka's opinion, they re-evaluated the classicist Kim Jeong-hui or analyzed him as a scholar of Confucian classics. There was also a movement in reaction to Fujitsuka's approach that evaluated Kim from completely new perspectives. Fujitsuka was a pioneer in research not only in the field of Chinese philosophy, but also in the research of Kim Jeong-hui from the multifaceted perspective of Korean philosophy, literature,and the arts. In 1934, The Comnplete Collection of Wandang was published by Kim Ik-hwan who was Kim Jeong-hui's descendent. Jeong ln-bo (1893-1950) who was a very famous scholar in Korean studies wrote the foreword, and he complained that some people regarded Kim Jeong-hui was only a master of Evidential Learning (Gaozhengxue) which in fact was criticism against Fujitsuka's works. These points of view on Kim Jeong-hui influenced the narratives of history of Korean Confucianism. There isn't any mention of Kim Jeong-hui in The Origin of Korean Confucianism published in 1922. In 1949, however, in the Histoly of Chosun Dynasty Confucianism explained that Kim Jeong-hui is one of the important Confucian scholar of late Joseon Dynasty. Through these debates between the scholars of Korea and Japan during the Colonial Period of Japan, Kim Jeong-hui gradually gained the reputation as both scholar and calligrapher.

Evaluations of Kim Jeong-hui in Modern Japan and Korea -Focusing on Fujitsuka's research about Kim Jeong-hui and publishing of The Complete Collection of Wandang

Hyojin, Lee
2014

Abstract

Fujitsuka's research on Kim Jeong-hui had an unintentional and profound influence on many Japanese and Korean scholars at the time. Accepting Fujitsuka's opinion, they re-evaluated the classicist Kim Jeong-hui or analyzed him as a scholar of Confucian classics. There was also a movement in reaction to Fujitsuka's approach that evaluated Kim from completely new perspectives. Fujitsuka was a pioneer in research not only in the field of Chinese philosophy, but also in the research of Kim Jeong-hui from the multifaceted perspective of Korean philosophy, literature,and the arts. In 1934, The Comnplete Collection of Wandang was published by Kim Ik-hwan who was Kim Jeong-hui's descendent. Jeong ln-bo (1893-1950) who was a very famous scholar in Korean studies wrote the foreword, and he complained that some people regarded Kim Jeong-hui was only a master of Evidential Learning (Gaozhengxue) which in fact was criticism against Fujitsuka's works. These points of view on Kim Jeong-hui influenced the narratives of history of Korean Confucianism. There isn't any mention of Kim Jeong-hui in The Origin of Korean Confucianism published in 1922. In 1949, however, in the Histoly of Chosun Dynasty Confucianism explained that Kim Jeong-hui is one of the important Confucian scholar of late Joseon Dynasty. Through these debates between the scholars of Korea and Japan during the Colonial Period of Japan, Kim Jeong-hui gradually gained the reputation as both scholar and calligrapher.
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