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Sangje and Samkye: The Cosmology of Daesoonjinrihoe in East Asian New Religions

Kim, David


When the early modern Korea confronted the political conflict between the cultural enlightenment and the isolationist policy, the condition of the local religions were not exempt from the colonial influences. The various new religious movements also appeared in the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Among the post-1860 movements of Donghak (later called Cheondogyo), Jeongsangyo, Daejonggyo, and Wonbulgyo, Daesoonjinrihoe of Jeongsangyo was the most successful movement in its social...[Show more]

CollectionsANU Research Publications
Date published: 2015
Type: Journal article
Source: The Journal of Daesoon Academy of Sciences


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