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이글은 죽유 오운의 학문경향과 현실대응 자세를 영남사림의 분화양상과 연관하여 검토한 것이다. 영남의 사림들은 조식과 이황의 학문과 세계관을 바탕으로 각각 남명학파와 퇴계학파로 분화되고 있었다. 그 같은 분화양상은 지역적인 배경으로 남명학을 수용하면서도 혈연적 토대에서 퇴계학을 수용하며 복합적인 학문연원을 갖고 있던 오운에게는 적지 않은 고민의 대상이 되었다. 그에게는 원칙과 명분을 강조하며 강직한 성격을 지닌 남명학과, 현실적 측면에 비중을 두며 탄력적 자세를 지향하는 퇴계학의 미묘한 차별적 성격을 극복해야 하는 과제가 주어져 있었던 것이다. 그가 의연한 기상과 넓은 도량을 갖춘 가운데 자기 자신은 엄하게 다스리면서도 남을 대할 때에는 혼후한 자세로 일관하고, 관직에 나아가 일을 처리할 때에는 성실한 자세로 합리적 면모를 유지할 수 있었던 배경도 여기에 있었다. 光州牧使를 역임했던 그가 임진왜란 당시 金와 갈등을 빚고 있던 12살 연하의 郭再祐를 설득해 그의 휘하에서 전쟁을 수행하게 되는 것도 순리에 따른 합리성을 추구하는 그의 인품을 반영하는 것이다. 그는 이를 토대로 남명학파와 퇴계학파와의 폭넓은 교유관계를 유지하면서 학파 내부의 동질적 방안을 끊임없이 모색했다. 그가 조식과 이황의 역사관을 토대로 통합된 역사의식을 정립하기 위해 東史纂要를 저술한 것도 그러한 맥락에서 이해가 된다.


The Branch of the Yeongnam Confucian Scholars and O Un's Role in the 16th Century Sul, Suk-kyu This study investigates the academic attitudes and the stances facing O Un, with the pen name Jukyu, related to the aspects of the branches of the Confucian scholars in the region of Yeongnam. The Confucian scholars were divided into the Nammyeong School based on the academic attitudes and world view of Josik, with the pen name Nammyeong, and the Toegye School based on the academic attitudes and world view of I Hwang, with the pen name Toegye. The aspects of the divide gave serious troubles to O Un, who had complicated origins in both branches by accepting the Nammyeong School through his regional background and the Toegye School through his blood background simultaneously. He had to overcome the differences between the Nammyeong School, which had an inflexible attitude emphasizing principles and causes, and the Toegye School, which had a flexible attitude focusing on reality. Because of this background, he dealt with himself strictly, but treated others generously with a resolute disposition and broad mind. In addition, he maintained these reasonable and sincere attitudes in government service. When he served as the head of Gwangju-Mok during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, he persuaded Gwak Jaeu, who was 12 years his junior to participate in the battle under him, even though he had conflict with Gim Su.This reflects his rational character submitting to reason. Based on it, he continually probed into the similarities between the two branches of the school, keeping the associations with both branches. In this context, he wrote Dongsachanyo(東史簒要) to build up the unified historical consciousness, based on the historical view of Jo Sik and I Hwang.


The Branch of the Yeongnam Confucian Scholars and O Un's Role in the 16th Century Sul, Suk-kyu This study investigates the academic attitudes and the stances facing O Un, with the pen name Jukyu, related to the aspects of the branches of the Confucian scholars in the region of Yeongnam. The Confucian scholars were divided into the Nammyeong School based on the academic attitudes and world view of Josik, with the pen name Nammyeong, and the Toegye School based on the academic attitudes and world view of I Hwang, with the pen name Toegye. The aspects of the divide gave serious troubles to O Un, who had complicated origins in both branches by accepting the Nammyeong School through his regional background and the Toegye School through his blood background simultaneously. He had to overcome the differences between the Nammyeong School, which had an inflexible attitude emphasizing principles and causes, and the Toegye School, which had a flexible attitude focusing on reality. Because of this background, he dealt with himself strictly, but treated others generously with a resolute disposition and broad mind. In addition, he maintained these reasonable and sincere attitudes in government service. When he served as the head of Gwangju-Mok during the Japanese Invasion of Korea in 1592, he persuaded Gwak Jaeu, who was 12 years his junior to participate in the battle under him, even though he had conflict with Gim Su.This reflects his rational character submitting to reason. Based on it, he continually probed into the similarities between the two branches of the school, keeping the associations with both branches. In this context, he wrote Dongsachanyo(東史簒要) to build up the unified historical consciousness, based on the historical view of Jo Sik and I Hwang.