Jeong Yak-yong (5 August 1762 – 7 April 1836), often simply known as ‘Dasan’ (茶山, one of his ‘ho’ / pen-names meaning ‘the mountain of tea’), was born on the 16th day of the 6th lunar month, 1762, in Gwangju county, Gyeonggi province, and died there on the 22nd day of the 2nd lunar month, 1836. He was one of the greatest thinkers of the later Joseon period, wrote highly influential books about philosophy, science and theories of government, held significant administrative positions, was a close confident of King Jeongjo (ruled 1776-1800), and was noted as a poet. His philosophical position is often identified with the Silhak (practical learning) school, and his concerns are better seen as explorations of Neo-Confucian themes. He spent 18 years in exile in Gangjin, South Jeolla province, f

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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) جونغ ياك يونغ ويعرف باسمه القلمي داسان (ولد في 5 أغسطس 1762 ومات في 7 أبريل 1836) كان سياسياً ومفكراً وكاتباً في أواخر عهد مملكة جوسون في كوريا. كان جونغ أحد علماء سلهاك ومقرباً من الملك جونغجو. * 32xبوابة أعلام * 32xبوابة كوريا * 32xبوابة أدب25بك هذه بذرة مقالة عن كوريا بحاجة للتوسيع. شارك في تحريرها. (ar)
  • Jeong Yag-yong, también conocido como Jeong Yak-yong o Dasan (1762 - 1836), fue un filósofo coreano que vivió durante la dinastía Joseon, considerado como uno de los mejores pensadores del Silhak (movimiento de reforma social confuciano). También, junto con sus hermanos, fue uno de los primeros coreanos en convertirse al Catolicismo. (es)
  • Jeong Yak-yong (5 August 1762 – 7 April 1836), often simply known as ‘Dasan’ (茶山, one of his ‘ho’ / pen-names meaning ‘the mountain of tea’), was born on the 16th day of the 6th lunar month, 1762, in Gwangju county, Gyeonggi province, and died there on the 22nd day of the 2nd lunar month, 1836. He was one of the greatest thinkers of the later Joseon period, wrote highly influential books about philosophy, science and theories of government, held significant administrative positions, was a close confident of King Jeongjo (ruled 1776-1800), and was noted as a poet. His philosophical position is often identified with the Silhak (practical learning) school, and his concerns are better seen as explorations of Neo-Confucian themes. He spent 18 years in exile in Gangjin, South Jeolla province, from 1801 until 1818, on account of his membership of the Southerners (Nam-in) faction, and also because of the Catholic faith of his elder brother. His clan originated in Naju, South Jeolla Province. At birth he was given the courtesy title (初字 choja) Gwi’nong (歸農), and later he was also known by the ja Miyong (美鏞) and Songbu (頌甫)美庸); among his ho (號, pen-names) were Saam (俟菴), Tagong (籜翁), Taesu (苔叟), Jahadoin (紫霞道人), Cheolmasanin (鐵馬山人), Dasan (茶山), Yeoyudang (與猶堂, the name of his house), and Mundo (文度, his name as a poet). Korean Catholics sometimes claim that he was baptized with the name John Baptist, but there is no documentary proof of this. (en)
  • Jeong Yak-yong, souvent simplement connu sous le nom de Dasan (다산, 茶山, la montagne du thé), est un des plus grands penseurs coréens de la dernière partie de la période de Joseon. Il est né le 5 aout 1762 dans le district de Namyangju et mort le 7 avril 1836. Il a écrit des livres en philosophie, en science et sur les théories de gouvernement. Haut fonctionnaire, il était un confident du roi Jeongjo (1752-1800) et a écrit des poèmes. Ses positions philosophiques le font appartenir à l'école du Silhak (l'apprentissage pratique), ses préoccupations suivent des thèmes néoconfucianistes. Il passa 18 ans de sa vie en exil à Gangjin (Jeolla du Sud) entre 1801 et 1818 à cause de son appartenance à la faction des méridionaux (namin) et à cause du catholicisme de son frère ainé. (fr)
  • 丁若镛(1762年农历6月16日-1836年农历2月22日),字美镛、颂甫,,号茶山、犹堂,经常被称为“丁茶山”,谥号文度公,朝鲜王朝实学思想集大成者,诗人,历任朝鲜文艺馆检阅、司宪府持平、司谏院正言、弘文馆修撰、奎瀛府校书、谷山府吏、刑曹参议等。他在1789年和1792年分别设计了汉江浮桥和水原华城。 (zh)
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  • 1762-8-5
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  • 1836-2-22
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  • 丁若鏞
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  • 茶山
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  • Jeong Yak-yong
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  • Dasan
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  • Miyong or Songbo
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  • Korean scholar and philosopher (en)
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  • 25بك المحتوى هنا ينقصه الاستشهاد بمصادر. يرجى إيراد مصادر موثوق بها. أي معلومات غير موثقة يمكن التشكيك بها وإزالتها. (فبراير 2016) جونغ ياك يونغ ويعرف باسمه القلمي داسان (ولد في 5 أغسطس 1762 ومات في 7 أبريل 1836) كان سياسياً ومفكراً وكاتباً في أواخر عهد مملكة جوسون في كوريا. كان جونغ أحد علماء سلهاك ومقرباً من الملك جونغجو. * 32xبوابة أعلام * 32xبوابة كوريا * 32xبوابة أدب25بك هذه بذرة مقالة عن كوريا بحاجة للتوسيع. شارك في تحريرها. (ar)
  • Jeong Yag-yong, también conocido como Jeong Yak-yong o Dasan (1762 - 1836), fue un filósofo coreano que vivió durante la dinastía Joseon, considerado como uno de los mejores pensadores del Silhak (movimiento de reforma social confuciano). También, junto con sus hermanos, fue uno de los primeros coreanos en convertirse al Catolicismo. (es)
  • Jeong Yak-yong, souvent simplement connu sous le nom de Dasan (다산, 茶山, la montagne du thé), est un des plus grands penseurs coréens de la dernière partie de la période de Joseon. Il est né le 5 aout 1762 dans le district de Namyangju et mort le 7 avril 1836. Il a écrit des livres en philosophie, en science et sur les théories de gouvernement. Haut fonctionnaire, il était un confident du roi Jeongjo (1752-1800) et a écrit des poèmes. Ses positions philosophiques le font appartenir à l'école du Silhak (l'apprentissage pratique), ses préoccupations suivent des thèmes néoconfucianistes. Il passa 18 ans de sa vie en exil à Gangjin (Jeolla du Sud) entre 1801 et 1818 à cause de son appartenance à la faction des méridionaux (namin) et à cause du catholicisme de son frère ainé. (fr)
  • 丁若镛(1762年农历6月16日-1836年农历2月22日),字美镛、颂甫,,号茶山、犹堂,经常被称为“丁茶山”,谥号文度公,朝鲜王朝实学思想集大成者,诗人,历任朝鲜文艺馆检阅、司宪府持平、司谏院正言、弘文馆修撰、奎瀛府校书、谷山府吏、刑曹参议等。他在1789年和1792年分别设计了汉江浮桥和水原华城。 (zh)
  • Jeong Yak-yong (5 August 1762 – 7 April 1836), often simply known as ‘Dasan’ (茶山, one of his ‘ho’ / pen-names meaning ‘the mountain of tea’), was born on the 16th day of the 6th lunar month, 1762, in Gwangju county, Gyeonggi province, and died there on the 22nd day of the 2nd lunar month, 1836. He was one of the greatest thinkers of the later Joseon period, wrote highly influential books about philosophy, science and theories of government, held significant administrative positions, was a close confident of King Jeongjo (ruled 1776-1800), and was noted as a poet. His philosophical position is often identified with the Silhak (practical learning) school, and his concerns are better seen as explorations of Neo-Confucian themes. He spent 18 years in exile in Gangjin, South Jeolla province, f (en)
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  • Jeong Yak-yong (en)
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  • Jeong Yak-yong (fr)
  • 丁若镛 (zh)
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