(This is a Korean name; the family name is Jeong.) Jeong Gu(korean:정구, hanja:鄭逑, 1543–1620) was Korean philosopher, politician, historian and writer, Confucian scholars of the Joseon Dynastys. learn from Yi Hwang and Cho Shik. a key figure of the Neo-Confucian literati, he established the Yeongnam School and set up the Baikmaewon(백매원, 百梅園), a private Confucian academy. his nickname was Hangang(한강, 寒岡)·Hoiyunyain(회연야인, 檜淵野人), courtesy name was Dogah(도가, 道可), Gabo(가보, 可父).

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  • Jeong Gu (* 1543; † 1620; auch Jung Gu) war ein koreanischer Philosoph, Dichter und Schriftsteller zur Zeit der Joseon-Dynastie. Als Schüler und akademischer Nachfolger von Jo Sik und Yi Hwang war er ein berühmter konfuzianistischer Denker in Korea. Sein Beiname war Han-gang (한강, 寒岡). (de)
  • Jeong Gu est un philosophe néoconfucianiste coréen. Il est né le 9 juillet 1543 à Seongju dans la province de Gyeongsang du Nord et mort le 5 janvier 1620. Son nom de plume était Hangang (한강, 寒岡), ses noms de courtoisie Doga (도가, 道可) et Gabo (가보, 可父). (fr)
  • Jeong Gu (1543-1620; Hangul:정구, Hanja:鄭逑), foi um político, acadêmico, poeta, filósofo, oficial Ministro da dinastia Joseon da Coreia. Foi membro da Fação Oriental. ele foi um membro da Fação norte(北人, 북인), e um seguidor de Yi Hwang and Cho Shik, De seu ideológico, acadêmico sucessor de Heo Mok, Yun Seondo, Yun Hyu. Yu nasceu em Seongju, na província de Gyeongsang do Norte, de uma família yangban do clã Cheongju Jeong. (pt)
  • 鄭逑(諺文:정구,1543年7月9日-1620年1月5日)是慶尙北道出身人物。韓國朝鮮王朝的性理學者及禮學者,哲學者,歷史家,醫學者,詩人。他的朝鮮王朝中期的性理學和禮學的大家,朝鮮忠北清州人,南人黨的思想的地主。朝鮮巨儒退溪李滉,南冥曺植兩人的門人。他是南人和北人黨的學文的師祖兼理論家,南人黨的黨首許穆的老師。字道可·可父,號寒岡·檜淵野人,諡號文穆。 (zh)
  • (This is a Korean name; the family name is Jeong.) Jeong Gu(korean:정구, hanja:鄭逑, 1543–1620) was Korean philosopher, politician, historian and writer, Confucian scholars of the Joseon Dynastys. learn from Yi Hwang and Cho Shik. a key figure of the Neo-Confucian literati, he established the Yeongnam School and set up the Baikmaewon(백매원, 百梅園), a private Confucian academy. his nickname was Hangang(한강, 寒岡)·Hoiyunyain(회연야인, 檜淵野人), courtesy name was Dogah(도가, 道可), Gabo(가보, 可父). he was korean Confucian scholars and Ideological successor of Yi Hwang and Cho Shik, moral support of South Man Party(남인, 南人) and North Man Party(북인, 北人)s. his master of Heo Mok and Yun Hyu, Yun Seondo, there's Yesong ontroversy(예송논쟁) then polemic of South Man Party's. (en)
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  • 1543-1-1
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  • 1620-1-1
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  • 정구
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  • 한강 or 회연야인
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  • 도가, 가보
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  • 문목
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  • Jeong gu
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  • Hangang, Hoiyunyain
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  • Dogah, Gabo
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  • Jung gu
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  • Hangang, Hoiyunyain
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  • Doga, Gabo
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  • Korean Joseon dynasty politician and educator, poet (en)
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  • Jeong Gu (* 1543; † 1620; auch Jung Gu) war ein koreanischer Philosoph, Dichter und Schriftsteller zur Zeit der Joseon-Dynastie. Als Schüler und akademischer Nachfolger von Jo Sik und Yi Hwang war er ein berühmter konfuzianistischer Denker in Korea. Sein Beiname war Han-gang (한강, 寒岡). (de)
  • Jeong Gu est un philosophe néoconfucianiste coréen. Il est né le 9 juillet 1543 à Seongju dans la province de Gyeongsang du Nord et mort le 5 janvier 1620. Son nom de plume était Hangang (한강, 寒岡), ses noms de courtoisie Doga (도가, 道可) et Gabo (가보, 可父). (fr)
  • Jeong Gu (1543-1620; Hangul:정구, Hanja:鄭逑), foi um político, acadêmico, poeta, filósofo, oficial Ministro da dinastia Joseon da Coreia. Foi membro da Fação Oriental. ele foi um membro da Fação norte(北人, 북인), e um seguidor de Yi Hwang and Cho Shik, De seu ideológico, acadêmico sucessor de Heo Mok, Yun Seondo, Yun Hyu. Yu nasceu em Seongju, na província de Gyeongsang do Norte, de uma família yangban do clã Cheongju Jeong. (pt)
  • 鄭逑(諺文:정구,1543年7月9日-1620年1月5日)是慶尙北道出身人物。韓國朝鮮王朝的性理學者及禮學者,哲學者,歷史家,醫學者,詩人。他的朝鮮王朝中期的性理學和禮學的大家,朝鮮忠北清州人,南人黨的思想的地主。朝鮮巨儒退溪李滉,南冥曺植兩人的門人。他是南人和北人黨的學文的師祖兼理論家,南人黨的黨首許穆的老師。字道可·可父,號寒岡·檜淵野人,諡號文穆。 (zh)
  • (This is a Korean name; the family name is Jeong.) Jeong Gu(korean:정구, hanja:鄭逑, 1543–1620) was Korean philosopher, politician, historian and writer, Confucian scholars of the Joseon Dynastys. learn from Yi Hwang and Cho Shik. a key figure of the Neo-Confucian literati, he established the Yeongnam School and set up the Baikmaewon(백매원, 百梅園), a private Confucian academy. his nickname was Hangang(한강, 寒岡)·Hoiyunyain(회연야인, 檜淵野人), courtesy name was Dogah(도가, 道可), Gabo(가보, 可父). (en)
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  • Jeong Gu (de)
  • Jeong Gu (fr)
  • Jeong Gu (pt)
  • 鄭逑 (zh)
  • Jeong Gu (en)
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