Kim Jip (1574–1656) was a Korean Joseon Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator and writer. He was from the Gwangsan Kim clan. He was the son of Sagye Kim Jang-saeng and the grand uncle of Kim Man-jung. His mother was from the Chang-nyeong Jo clan (창녕조씨, 昌寧曺氏), the daughter of Jo Dae-geon (조대건, 曺大乾) He was also the teacher of Song Si-yeol and Song Jun-gil, great Korean Neo-Confucian scholars. He was granted the honor of Munmyo Bae-hyang (문묘배향) sage-scholar and was put in the Confucian shrine. Thus, making him one of the 18 sages of Korea. He also married the daughter of famous scholar Yi I from the Deoksu Yi clan (덕수이씨, 德水李氏).

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  • 金集(朝鲜語:김집,1574年-1656年)本貫光山金氏。是韩国李氏朝鲜的儒学者和政治人,哲学者,詩人,思想家。汉城出身人物。 朝鲜巨儒沙溪金長生的儿子和门人及朝鲜中记士林派政治人,礼学者之一人,朝鲜巨儒宋時烈,宋浚吉,尹宣擧是他的门人。字士剛,號愼獨齋,愼獨,諡號文敬。金集作妾李氏,栗谷李珥的妾女。 (zh)
  • Kim Jip (1574–1656) was a Korean Joseon Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator and writer. He was from the Gwangsan Kim clan. He was the son of Sagye Kim Jang-saeng and the grand uncle of Kim Man-jung. His mother was from the Chang-nyeong Jo clan (창녕조씨, 昌寧曺氏), the daughter of Jo Dae-geon (조대건, 曺大乾) He was also the teacher of Song Si-yeol and Song Jun-gil, great Korean Neo-Confucian scholars. He was granted the honor of Munmyo Bae-hyang (문묘배향) sage-scholar and was put in the Confucian shrine. Thus, making him one of the 18 sages of Korea. He also married the daughter of famous scholar Yi I from the Deoksu Yi clan (덕수이씨, 德水李氏). (en)
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  • 1574-0-0
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  • 1656-1-1
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  • 광산
  • 김집
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  • 신독, 신독재
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  • 사강
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  • 문경
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  • 光山
  • 金集
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  • 愼獨, 愼獨齋
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  • 士剛
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  • 文敬
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  • Kwangsan
  • Kim Chip
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  • Shindok,Shindokjae
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  • Sakang
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  • Mun-kyŏng
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  • Clan Origin
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  • Gwangsan
  • Kim Jip
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  • Sindog,Sindogjae
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  • Sagang
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  • Mun-gyeong
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  • Scholar and writer (en)
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  • 金集(朝鲜語:김집,1574年-1656年)本貫光山金氏。是韩国李氏朝鲜的儒学者和政治人,哲学者,詩人,思想家。汉城出身人物。 朝鲜巨儒沙溪金長生的儿子和门人及朝鲜中记士林派政治人,礼学者之一人,朝鲜巨儒宋時烈,宋浚吉,尹宣擧是他的门人。字士剛,號愼獨齋,愼獨,諡號文敬。金集作妾李氏,栗谷李珥的妾女。 (zh)
  • Kim Jip (1574–1656) was a Korean Joseon Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, educator and writer. He was from the Gwangsan Kim clan. He was the son of Sagye Kim Jang-saeng and the grand uncle of Kim Man-jung. His mother was from the Chang-nyeong Jo clan (창녕조씨, 昌寧曺氏), the daughter of Jo Dae-geon (조대건, 曺大乾) He was also the teacher of Song Si-yeol and Song Jun-gil, great Korean Neo-Confucian scholars. He was granted the honor of Munmyo Bae-hyang (문묘배향) sage-scholar and was put in the Confucian shrine. Thus, making him one of the 18 sages of Korea. He also married the daughter of famous scholar Yi I from the Deoksu Yi clan (덕수이씨, 德水李氏). (en)
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  • 金集 (zh)
  • Kim Jip (en)
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