Seong Hon (1535 – 1598) was a Neo-Confucian scholar, politician, and educator of Korea's Joseon Dynasty. He was a close friend of the scholar Yi I (Yulgok) and an older contemporary of Yi Hwang (Toegye), leader of the country's "western faction" (seoin 서인, 西人) of the period.
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Seong Hon is often referred to by his stylized name of Ugye ("bull valley") and Mugam ("black stone"). He gained eminence not only as a scholar but as a revered politician and reformer, attaining the position of Fourth State Councillor/Vice Prime Minister (Jwachanseong 左贊成) in the Joseon State Council (uijeongbu).
- "Ugye jip" (우계집, 牛溪集) (Works of Ugye)
- "Jumun jigyeol" (주문지결, 朱門旨訣)
- "Wihak jibang" (위학지방, 爲學之方)
- Daehwan, Noh. "The Eclectic Development of Neo-Confucianism and Statecraft from the 18th to the 19th Century," Archived 2011-06-14 at the Wayback Machine Korea Journal. Winter 2003.
- (in Korean) Seong Hon at Doosan Encyclopedia
- Seong Hon:naver (in Korean)
- Seong Hon (in Korean)
- seong hon (in Korean)
- Korean philosophy: Information from Answers (in Korean)
- The Study on Moral Philosophy the Theory of Body and Mind Training of Gubong Song Ik-pil (in Korean)
- Ugye Sung Hon`s viewpoint on the "Four-Seven" theory and the Eclectic School of the later Chosun (in Korean)
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