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Towards an ethics of Korean reunification
Towards an ethics of Korean reunification
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Towards an ethics of Korean reunification
자료유형  
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I3376816
ISBN  
9781109373950
DDC  
261-22
청구기호  
PQDT UMI 2016-01-00275
저자명  
Park, Sam Kyung.
서명/저자  
Towards an ethics of Korean reunification
발행사항  
Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertations Publishing, 2009
형태사항  
220 p
주기사항  
Source: Dissertation Abstracts International, Volume: 70-09, Section: A, page: 3507.
주기사항  
Adviser: Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz.
학위논문주기  
Thesis (Ph.D.)--Drew University, 2009.
초록/해제  
This dissertation is a study of biographical and ideological disclosure. After an analysis of the author's personal journey in the Korean student democratic movement, minjung theology, sangsaeng theology and tongil theology---all of them indigenous Korean theologies---are analyzed in order to construct an ethics of Korean reunification. The meaning of liberation that emerges from minjung theology centers on an understanding of Korean liberation that includes full participation of all people in deciding the political and economic structures of a reunified Korean nation, and the creation of a society based on justice. I work with minjung theologians, Sun Nam Dong, Ahn Byung Mu, and Kim Yong-Bock. Sangsaen theology's central concept, haewon-sangsaeng, makes clear that reunification means reconciliation and that to accomplish this Koreans must focus on resolution of accumulated resentment--- han. I analyze the work of sangsaeng theologians, Park Jong Chun and Hong Jeong Soo. Toingil theology is about reunification. From the Christian point of view this means communion/community. I work with tongil theologians, Park Soon-Kyung, Moon Ik-Hwan, and Noh Jong-Sun. Reunification, therefore, is not to be left only in the hands of politician but it has to involve the Korean churches and the focus must be the creation of one national community. The discussion of these three Korean theologies is done using the work of Gustavo Gutierrez, Ada Maria Isasi-Diaz, and Leonardo Boff.
초록/해제  
The last chapter presents a short history of the reunification movement and the role of the Christian churches in it. It argues for a true open dialogue with North Korea that might well consider understandings emerging from their reality---such as juche---to be included in an ethics of reunification. The study asserts that reconciliation comes through the resolution of resentment or han. In the case of the divided Korea, communion consists in unity that respects diversity and results in minjok---one people. The understandings that emerge from the dialogue among the three Korean theologies and with the other liberation theologians considered enrich the theo-ethical basis for empowering the full participation of all Koreans in one society. In the end, an ethics of Korean reunification is not limited to political reunification, but seeks the construction of a new society in which all people will live together in a peaceful and just society. In the last chapter I examine one of the last documents and indicate how the three elements of the proposed ethics of reunification can further enhance the role of the churches in the reunification movement.
일반주제명  
Theology,
일반주제명  
Religion,
일반주제명  
Philosophy,
기타저자  
Drew University.
기본자료저록  
Dissertation Abstracts International. 70-09A.
전자적 위치 및 접속  
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Control Number  
kjcl:394915

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