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일제하의 불교출판

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The Korean Buddhism Publication During The Japanese Colonial Period

한동민, 김광식

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The Korean Buddhism publication business had developed in order to popularize the country's Buddhism during the Japanese Colonial period. In order to understand the Korean Buddhism publication business at the times, it is necessary to illuminate the mutual relationships among the Buddhist monk, the Buddhist education, the Buddhist scripture translation, the Buddhism propagation, the Buddhism lecture place, the Buddhism sanctum, which had been the foundation of the Korean Buddhism at the times. It is also necessary to take the microscopic analyses of the Korean Buddhism publication business under the Japanese Colonial period that shows the principal members of the Korean Buddhism Publication Business, and their outputs, their effects, their financial situations, and their attitudes adapted to the times. This article, however, summarizes only the outline of the Korean Buddhism publication business due to the insufficient research records of the Korean Buddhism publication business at the times as well as the insufficient ability of this writer. The recent Korean Buddhism publication business started from the years of 1910. During the period, the Korean Buddhism publication business activity performed around the Buddhism propagation places and the magazines in order to propagate the Buddhism in the country. The serious attempt of the Korean Buddhism publication business activity started from the years of 1920. During the period, the Korean Buddhists were awakened by the Samil Independence Movement, and the Buddhists efforts focused on the identification of the Korean Buddhism. It is worthwhile to take our attentions in picking up the active person, whose name was Baek Yong-Sung, who leaded the Korean Buddhism publication business at that times. He published 20 pieces of both Buddhist scripture translations and Buddhist doctrine interpretations at the Samjang Translation Association, Daegakgyodang, and the headquarters of the Daegakgyo. Even Han Yong-Woun tried to publish the Buddhism publications through the establishment of the Bupbo-Dharma Treasure- association, but it did not result in good output. From the latter period of the years of 1920 to the former period of the years of 1930, the Korean Buddhism publication business activities attempted to popularize Zen at the Zen practice center. The Korean Buddhism publication business flourished by Ahn Jin-Ho, who was a member of the Mansang Association, and Kim Tae-Hum, who was a member of the Buddhism Sibo Magazine over the years of 1930. The Mansang Association published some dozens of Buddhism publications which were mainly translated and summarized by Ahn Jin-Ho. The Buddhism Sibo Magazine published the Buddhism Sibo. The Buddhism Sibo Magazine executed only book sale business for the other publishing company at the early times, after a while, the magazine mainly published the Buddhism Culture publications written by Kim Tae-Hum who was the president of the Buddhism Sibo Magazine. In addition to the above principal members, also the School teacher, the Haedong Buddhist Scripture Translation Center, the Kyungbuk Buddhism Association, and the Chosun Buddhism Youth Association published each own Buddhism publication for the enhancement of the Buddhism propagation as well as the Buddhism culture of the Korean Buddhist. Also each temple published its own Buddhism publication for a propaganda, a sutra teaching, and a production of a temple's bulletin. Aforementioned temples included Pyohun temple, Sangwon temple, Gowoun temple, Youjum temple, Gunbong temple, Jundeng temple, and Bongsun temple. The Korean Buddhism publication activity during the Japanese Colonial period had so biased on the enhancement of the religious faith that their publications were composed of doctrine introduction, sutra translation and interpretation due to the insufficient ability of the Buddhism publication companies. Hence, the Korean Buddhism publication activity during the Japanese Colonial period took a transitional role for the serious Buddhism Publication after 1945.

목차

Ⅰ. 서언
 Ⅱ. 불교출판의 개요
 Ⅲ. 불교출판 개요에 나타난 성격
 Ⅳ. 결어
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저자정보

  • 한동민 중앙대 강사.
  • 김광식 Kim Kwang-sik. 부천대 교수

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