목민심서

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  • 2007-00-00
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목민심서 영문판으로 정약용(1762∼1836)이 목민관, 즉 수령이 지켜야 할 지침(指針)을 밝히고 관리들의 탐학을 비판한 저서이며, 48권 16책. 필사본. 부임(赴任) · 율기(律己) · 봉공(奉公) · 애민(愛民) · 이전(吏典) · 호전(戶典) · 예전(禮典) · 병전(兵典) · 형전(刑典) · 공전(工典) · 진황(賑荒) · 해관(解官)의 12편으로 나누고, 각 편은 다시 6조로 나누어 모두 72조로 편제됨

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  Contents
   Preface 6
   Korean Translators Preface 10
   1. Six Principles to Abide by upon Appointment as a Mongmingwan 14
    Principle 1. Appointment and Governance 14
    Principle 2. Avoiding Pomp and Extravagance at Arrival 17
    Principle 3. Pre-appointment Meeting with Royal Court Officials 18
    Principle 4. Journey to the Place of Appointment 22
    Principle 5. Inauguration of the Mongmingwan 24
    Principle 6. Executing the Duties of Office during the Initial Period 26
   2. Six Principles of Conduct 31
    Principle 1. Graceful and Dignified Demeanor 31
    Principle 2. Integrity and Probity 38
    Principle 3. Conduct within the Household 45
    Principle 4. Keep Personal Relations out of the Office 50
    Principle 5. Conserve Resources and Cut Office Expenses 53
    Principle 6. Give with a Happy Heart 58
   3. Six Principles of Governance 61
    Principle 1. Extending the Just Reign of the Monarch in the Country 61
    Principle 2. Strictly Abiding by the Law 64
    Principle 3. Social Interactions Based on Etiquette and Manners 66
    Principle 4. Preparation and Handling of Official Documents 71
    Principle 5. Combating Fraud Against Public Treasury 76
    Principle 6. Dedication at Work 78
   4. Six Principles on Caring for the People 84
    Principle 1. Respect for Elders 84
    Principle 2. Loving Children 86
    Principle 3. Assisting Lonely and Forsaken People 88
    Principle 4. Extending a Helping Hand to the Bereaved 90
    Principle 5. Relief to the Sick 92
    Principle 6. Disaster Relief 94
   5. Six Principles of Personnel Management 97
    Principle 1. Training and Disciplining of Personnel 97
    Principle 2. Leadership 105
    Principle 3. Recruitment of New Officers 107
    Principle 4. Nominating Virtuous People for Government Positions 111
   Principle 5. Gaining insight into the Communitys Concerns and Needs 113
    Principal 6. Assessment of Performance 117
   6. Six Principles of Agricultural and Treasury Administration 121
    Principle 1. Administration of Farmland 121
    Principle 2. Imposition and Collection of Taxes 126
    Principle 3. Management of Grain Loans 135
    Principle 4. Tracking Population 145
    Principle 5. Fair Imposition of Statute Labor 151
    Principle 6. Promotion of Agriculture 160
   7. Six Principles of Ceremonial Affairs and Etiquette 166
    Principle 1. Observance of Rites and Ceremonies 166
    Principle 2. Etiquette for Entertaining Official Guests 171
    Principle 3. Education of the People 176
    Principle 4. Promotion of Scholarship and Education. 181
    Principle 5. Respecting Social Hierarchy 185
    Principle 6. Administration of Gwageo 188
   8. Six Principles for Defense Administration 192
    Principle 1. Imposing Military Service Duties and Conscription 192
    Principle 2. Military Drill or Exercise 197
    Principle 3. Maintenance of Weapons 201
    Principle 4. Promotion of the Martial Arts 202
    Principle 5. Response to Emergencies 203
    Principle 6. Defense against Invasion with a Patriotic Martyrs Spirit 207
   9. Six Principles of Criminal Administration 211
    Principle 1. Correct Judgment on Lawsuits 211
    Principle 2. Careful Judgment of Major Criminal Cases 220
    Principle 3. Prudent Sentencing in Criminal Cases 228
    Principle 4. Caring for Prisoners Confined in Prison 232
    Principle 5. Supervision to Prevent Tyranny by Influential Men 237
    Principle 6. Removal of Hazards 241
   10. Six Principles of Public Works Administration 247
    Principle 1. Forestation Policies 247
    Principle 2. Irrigation Facilities 253
    Principle 3. Repair of Government Buildings 256
    Principle 4. Construction of Citadel Walls against Military Invasion 259
    Principle 5. Construction and Maintenance of Roads 262
    Principle 6. Development of Manufacturing Industries 263
   11. Six Principles of Emergency Relief Administration 267
    Principle1. Preparation against Famine Years 267
    Principle 2. Encouraging Disaster Aid 271
    Principle 3. Rational Relief of Needy People 275
    Principle 4. Extension of Relief Facilities 278
    Principle 5. Cereals Policy in Preparation against Famine 281
    Principle 6. Completion of the Famine Relief Policy 284
   12. Six Principles of Retiring Mongmingwan to observe his Retirement 287
    Principle 1. Reassignment 287
    Principle 2. Attire(or Travel Gear) of Leaving Mongmingwan 290
    Principle 3. Petition for Mongmingwan to Remain in Office 290
    Principle 4. Subjects Appeal for Pardon of Governor 292
    Principle 5. Death of a Mongmingwan during his term of Service 295
    Principle 6. Monument Erected Honor of Deceased Mongmingwan 297
   Chronological History of Dasan Jeong Yak-yong
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