10.17.07 - Civilization-> Confucian or Western Progressive...

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Civilization -> Confucian or Western Progressive enlightment 1884 Kim Okkyun 1890 Independence Club – self-strong, So Chaepil / Philip Jaisohn – one of the first to study in U.S. gets a medical degree practices in U.S. then gets back to Korea and joins Independence club. Symbolize the idea that we should no longer have this kind of subordinate relationship with China. National Independence. Newspaper called “The Independent” Group of intellectuals that will push Korean script. Want to reach as much as possible. Put it in the market with the price that is accessible. Put it in a character where most people can read. (onmun later becomes hangul) Practical issue with Korean civilization. (matter of water supply in Seoul) more valuable than railroads. Saving money and saving lives. More water you use, more civilized you are. Paris (7 gallons per day). Look! Koreans should use more water, we need to make it possible. China at the bottom. **China goes from being the center or locus of civilization in old model to weeping boy of Asia. Once
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