Jang Hyungwang

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Portrait of Chang Hyungwang (ca. 18c)
Portrait of Chang Hyungwang (1633)

Jang Hyungwang (장현광, 1554 - September 15, 1637) was a Korean Joseon Dynastys politician and educator, as well as a Neo-Confucian scholar. Scholars successor of Jeong gu and teacher of Heo Mok and Yun Hyu. His penname was Yeoheon (여헌).

Work book[edit]

  • Yeoheonjip (여헌집, 旅軒集)
  • Yeokhakdoseol (역학도설, 易學圖說)
  • Seongriseol (성리설, 性理說)
  • Yongsailgi (용사일기, 龍蛇日記)

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Site web[edit]

Letter of Jang Hyugwang (1624. 03)