Heo, Mok 허목 (December 11, 1595 – April 27, 1682) was a politician, poet and scholar of the Joseon Dynasty, later serving as the country's Prime Minister of the Left from 1675 to 1678. Garnering many pseudonyms from his peers, Mok became commonly known as Misu. Born into the Yangcheon clan of the Heo family as its 22nd generation and eldest son, Mok became one of the nation's most revered philosophers and a continued mentor to various kings. Despite his multifaceted accomplishments, he was very insistent on rejecting offers from both the court and the king to work officially. It would not be until the latter end of his life did the sage finally accept these summons. Mok became one of the few in Korean history to ever hold one of the Prime Minister seat on appointment and not through the imp

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  • Heo Mok (허목, 許穆, * 1595 oder 1593 in Hanseong; † 27. April 1682) war ein koreanischer Politiker und neokonfuzianischer daoistischer Philosoph, Maler und Dichter. Er lebte im Zentrum Gyeonggi-dos im bekannten Stadtteil Yuncheon. Seine Spitznamen waren Misu(미수, 眉叟), Taeryungroin(태령노인, 台領老人) und Sukhojangin(석호장인, 石戶丈人). (de)
  • Heo Mok(hangul: 허목; hanja: 許穆. Seúl, 11 de diciembre de 1593 o 1595(?) - 27 de abril de 1682) fue un poeta, político, estudioso coreano de la dinastía Joseon. Fue viceprimer ministro durante la Dinastia Joseon entre 1675 a 1678; su apodo era Misu (미수, 眉叟) y Teryung-Noin (태령노인, 台領老人), Sukhojangin(석호장인, 石戶丈人). Fue líder de la facción del sur(남인), y rival de Song si-yeol, líder de la facción occidental. (es)
  • Heo Mok (허목 ; 許穆, 1595—1682) est un homme de lettres, philosophe, savant et artiste coréen ayant pour pseudonymes Misu et Daryungroin. Ministre du gouvernement coréen en 1674 et vice-Premier ministre en 1675, il fut exilé en 1680. (fr)
  • 許 穆(きょ・ぼく、ホ・モク、朝鮮語:허목、1595年または1593年 12月11日-1682年4月27日)は、韓國李氏朝鮮時代後期の文臣、政治家、書家、画家である。第1次礼訟(己亥礼訟)と第2次礼訟(甲寅礼訟)の当時南人の理論家・南人の党首であり、南人強硬派淸南の首領だった。 文緯·鄭逑の門人。 西人の党首宋時烈、宋浚吉の主な政敵であり、文科に合格しなくても学問的能力を認められ吏曹判書と右議政を務めた。字は文甫·和甫·文父、号は眉叟·台領老人·臺領老人·石戶丈人。別号は眉老·熙和·孔巖之世·承明·東膠老人·九疇老人·東序老人·二書圃翁、諡号文正。漢城府彰善坊(現在のソウル特別市鍾路区)の生まれ。 (ja)
  • Heo Mok (1593 or 1595-1682; Hanja:許穆, Hangul:허목), foi um acadêmico, poeta, artista, oficial e primeiro ministro e Vice-Primeiro-Ministro da dinastia Joseon da Coreia. ele foi um membro da Facção Sul(南人, 남인), e um seguidor de Jeong Gu. Yu nasceu em Seoul, na província de Gyeonggi, de uma família yangban do clã Yangcheon Heo. (pt)
  • 許穆(1595年-1682年4月27日),字文甫、和甫,號眉叟、台領老人,諡號文正。是李氏朝鮮后期的政治家和思想家及作家、詩人、畵家、敎育家,禮訟争议時南人黨的強硬派及領導人。歷官大司成、吏曹判書、大司憲、右議政等。西人黨的領導人宋時烈的主要政敵之一。 (zh)
  • Heo, Mok 허목 (December 11, 1595 – April 27, 1682) was a politician, poet and scholar of the Joseon Dynasty, later serving as the country's Prime Minister of the Left from 1675 to 1678. Garnering many pseudonyms from his peers, Mok became commonly known as Misu. Born into the Yangcheon clan of the Heo family as its 22nd generation and eldest son, Mok became one of the nation's most revered philosophers and a continued mentor to various kings. Despite his multifaceted accomplishments, he was very insistent on rejecting offers from both the court and the king to work officially. It would not be until the latter end of his life did the sage finally accept these summons. Mok became one of the few in Korean history to ever hold one of the Prime Minister seat on appointment and not through the imperial civil servant system of the Joseon Dynasty. During his service, Mok became leader of the Southerner's faction (남인), rival to Si-yeol Song, the leader of the Westerner's faction. He currently rests at Yeoncheon, Korea near his former estate, Eungudang. Like his Mokjangjido 모장지도(Treasure No. 1595-1), many of his works have become national treasures. (en)
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  • 미수, 태령노인, 석호장인
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  • 문보, 화보, 문부
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  • Korean politician, poet and scholar (en)
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  • Heo Mok (허목, 許穆, * 1595 oder 1593 in Hanseong; † 27. April 1682) war ein koreanischer Politiker und neokonfuzianischer daoistischer Philosoph, Maler und Dichter. Er lebte im Zentrum Gyeonggi-dos im bekannten Stadtteil Yuncheon. Seine Spitznamen waren Misu(미수, 眉叟), Taeryungroin(태령노인, 台領老人) und Sukhojangin(석호장인, 石戶丈人). (de)
  • Heo Mok(hangul: 허목; hanja: 許穆. Seúl, 11 de diciembre de 1593 o 1595(?) - 27 de abril de 1682) fue un poeta, político, estudioso coreano de la dinastía Joseon. Fue viceprimer ministro durante la Dinastia Joseon entre 1675 a 1678; su apodo era Misu (미수, 眉叟) y Teryung-Noin (태령노인, 台領老人), Sukhojangin(석호장인, 石戶丈人). Fue líder de la facción del sur(남인), y rival de Song si-yeol, líder de la facción occidental. (es)
  • Heo Mok (허목 ; 許穆, 1595—1682) est un homme de lettres, philosophe, savant et artiste coréen ayant pour pseudonymes Misu et Daryungroin. Ministre du gouvernement coréen en 1674 et vice-Premier ministre en 1675, il fut exilé en 1680. (fr)
  • 許 穆(きょ・ぼく、ホ・モク、朝鮮語:허목、1595年または1593年 12月11日-1682年4月27日)は、韓國李氏朝鮮時代後期の文臣、政治家、書家、画家である。第1次礼訟(己亥礼訟)と第2次礼訟(甲寅礼訟)の当時南人の理論家・南人の党首であり、南人強硬派淸南の首領だった。 文緯·鄭逑の門人。 西人の党首宋時烈、宋浚吉の主な政敵であり、文科に合格しなくても学問的能力を認められ吏曹判書と右議政を務めた。字は文甫·和甫·文父、号は眉叟·台領老人·臺領老人·石戶丈人。別号は眉老·熙和·孔巖之世·承明·東膠老人·九疇老人·東序老人·二書圃翁、諡号文正。漢城府彰善坊(現在のソウル特別市鍾路区)の生まれ。 (ja)
  • Heo Mok (1593 or 1595-1682; Hanja:許穆, Hangul:허목), foi um acadêmico, poeta, artista, oficial e primeiro ministro e Vice-Primeiro-Ministro da dinastia Joseon da Coreia. ele foi um membro da Facção Sul(南人, 남인), e um seguidor de Jeong Gu. Yu nasceu em Seoul, na província de Gyeonggi, de uma família yangban do clã Yangcheon Heo. (pt)
  • 許穆(1595年-1682年4月27日),字文甫、和甫,號眉叟、台領老人,諡號文正。是李氏朝鮮后期的政治家和思想家及作家、詩人、畵家、敎育家,禮訟争议時南人黨的強硬派及領導人。歷官大司成、吏曹判書、大司憲、右議政等。西人黨的領導人宋時烈的主要政敵之一。 (zh)
  • Heo, Mok 허목 (December 11, 1595 – April 27, 1682) was a politician, poet and scholar of the Joseon Dynasty, later serving as the country's Prime Minister of the Left from 1675 to 1678. Garnering many pseudonyms from his peers, Mok became commonly known as Misu. Born into the Yangcheon clan of the Heo family as its 22nd generation and eldest son, Mok became one of the nation's most revered philosophers and a continued mentor to various kings. Despite his multifaceted accomplishments, he was very insistent on rejecting offers from both the court and the king to work officially. It would not be until the latter end of his life did the sage finally accept these summons. Mok became one of the few in Korean history to ever hold one of the Prime Minister seat on appointment and not through the imp (en)
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