퇴계 활간독서법과 창의 · 인성교육과의 관련성

Title
퇴계 활간독서법과 창의 · 인성교육과의 관련성
Other Titles
Relationship of Toegye's Vital-Seeing Reading Method and Creativity · Character Education
Author(s)
신태수
Keywords
활간독서법; 인성교육; 창의교육; 활물; 천리와 인욕; 理; 의리학; 대칭적 세계관; The Vital-Seeing reading method; character education; creativity education; living; Heaven’s principle and human desire; Li(理); Uirihak(義理學); symmetric outlook on world
Issue Date
201309
Publisher
한국어문학회
Citation
어문학, no.121, pp.191 - 214
Abstract
Toegye’s Vital-Seeing reading method contains a lot of examples and analogies, which results from the effort to switch the character in the realm of idea into the character in the realm of experience. As the work itself which approaches to the abstract object, the character, by way of examples and analogies is creative, it is possible to say that character education involves creativity education. The Vital-Seeing reading method has three educational features such as the language use of the inanimate object in the state of living, the sensuous representation of character revelation levels, the relation of Heaven’s principle and human desire expressed into desperate struggle. In any cases, the method has an intention to cultivate character. And the cases are identical in that the intention is expressed creatively. The direction of Vital-Seeing reading method is checked out through creativity․character education. As the composition of Seongjeungniseol is shown narrowly, the inanimate objects corresponds to human, and Li(理) has an orientation, the direction of Vital-Seeing reading method can be gone over. The direction of the Vital-Seeing reading method is to develop the logic of subjectivity in the level of Uirihak, to change the position of both sides by way of symmetric outlook on world, and to give an orientation to Li(理).
URI
http://hdl.handle.net/YU.REPOSITORY/28899
ISSN
1225-3774
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