Publisher : Korean Association of Architectural History
DOI : 10.7738/JAH.2016.25.3.007
Title & Authors
Rites of Zhou Core Values of City Building and Critical Review of Flat Conformational Analysis through Its Annotations Kang, Seo-Yeon;
Of all the annotations of Rites of Zhou for 2,000 years, there is no single line of history of ore contents related to city building in its current perspective. This is because the definitive evidence of the interpretation of related phrases is regarded as top-level guidelines called "辨方正位(Byeonbang-Jeongwi)", and their specific contents have been discussed in '匠人建國(Jangin-Geonguk)'. The phrases of '匠人營國(Jangin-Yeongguk)', considered to be the key buzzword related to city building, must be reconsidered for these reasons. As such, this paper strives to analyze the system of logic formed by consistent interpretation that flowed for 2,000 years from Han to Qing dynasties, and to discover the principles of city building used in Confucian classics.
Record of trades(Gogonggi, Kaogongji);Rites of Zhou(Jurye, Zhouli);Illustrated three Ritual Classics(Samryedo, Sanlitu);Confucian classics;Thirteen Classics;Byeonbang-Jeongwi;Cheguk-Gyeongya;City planning;