Sites concerning the history of Eastern philosophical traditions, and traditions which are no longer active.
Description: Silhak (Shilhak, Shirhak, Sirhak). A Korean philosophical reform movement under the later Joseon dynasty (17th-19th centuries). The name means "practical learning."
Rationalist school of classical Chinese philosophy, which advocated a strict rule of law. Its foremost exponent was Han Fei Zi.
School of classical Chinese philosophy founded by Mocius.
Silhak (Shilhak, Shirhak, Sirhak). A Korean philosophical reform movement under the later Joseon dynasty (17th-19th centuries). The name means "practical learning."
Description: Silhak (Shilhak, Shirhak, Sirhak). A Korean philosophical reform movement under the later Joseon dynasty (17th-19th centuries). The name means "practical learning."