Toegye, pen name of Yi Hwang (I Hwang), 1501-1570. A key interpreter of Chu Hsi's Neo-Confucian doctrine, known especially for his work on the distinction between *li* and *chi*.
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T'oegye Yi Hwang (1501 - 1570)
Bibliography of primary and secondary sources in Eastern and Western languages.
To Become a Sage
A translation by Michael C. Kalton of Toegye's Ten Diagrams on Sage Learning, with commentary, index and notes. Includes images of the complete original Chinese text, and various supplementary materials.
Yi Hwang (T'oegye)
Article adapted from the 1994 Routledge Encyclopedia of Philosophy, briefly discussing this philosopher's relation to Korean Neo-Confucianism in general.
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