Protestants and the Formation of Korean Self-Reconstruction Nationalism
The concept of the nation-state is one of the most powerful political and emotional concepts of modern times. While Korea's Protestants were among the first to introduce the concept to Korea, they consistently urged that it be based, not on political confrontation between races, but on reconstruction of the national character founded on individual reform. The weakening of the traditional Confucian, aristocratic social and political structure by the Sino-Japanese and Russo-Japanese...[Show more]
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