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* “The Confucian Tradition and Politics,” Oxford Research Encyclopedia

  (online publication 2019) (in English)

* A History of Chinese Political Thought, Polity Press (2018) (in English)

* “Moral Action in Zhan Ruoshui’s (1466~1560) Philosophical Anthropology,”Journal of Chinese Philosophy, ( Vol. 42, No. 3-4, 2015) (in English)

* “State of the Field: The Identity of the Governing Elite in Late Imperial China,” The Journal of Asiatic Studies (Vol.56, No.1, 2013) (In Korean)

* “Toward a Theoretical Foundation for the History of Chinese Political Philosophy: Beyond Cultural Essentialism and Its Critique.” Philosophy Today, (the Fall 2013 issue) (in English)

* “Discourses on ‘Civil Society’ in Chôson Korea” Journal of Korean Politics (Fall, 2012) (in Korean)

* “Reconsidering Confucius' conservatism: A response to archeological evidence” Philosophical Studies (June, 2012) (in Korean)

* “The Ideological Foundation of the Se-do Politics in late Choson Korea” Journal of Academia Koreana (June, 2012) (in Korean)

* “Political Unity in Neo-Confucianism” Philosophy East &West Volume 62, Number 2 (April, 2012) (in English)

* “The State of the Art: Korean Neo-Confucian Philosophy” Journal of Academia Koreana (Spring, 2011) (in Korean)

* “’Rhapsody on Red Cliff’ and Political Thought ,” Journal of Korean Politics (Spring, 2011) (in Korean)

* “Rhee Syngman’s View on Constitutional Monarchy,” Japanese Journal of Political Thought (Summer, 2010) (in Japanese)

* "'Questions to the Creator' in Korean Intellectual History" Korea Journal (Vol.49 No.2 Summer 2009) (in English)

* “Reconsidering “the Unity of Knowledge and Action,” Comparative Political Theory and Cross-Cultural Philosophy, Lexington Books, 2009. (in English)

* “Politics at a Micro Level,” Korean Political Science Review (spring issue, 2009) (In Korean)

* “Political Thought in ‘Autumn in the Han Palace,” The Journal of Asiatic Studies (Vol.51, No.2, 2008) (In Korean)

* “Cosmogony as Political Philosophy” Philosophy East &West (January, 2008) (in English)

* “Ch’unhyang-jon As a Text of Political Thought,” Korean Political Science Review (winter issue, 2007) (In Korean)

* “Individual Morality and the Political in the Commentarial Tradition of Mencius,” The Korean Review of Political Thought (fall issue, 2007)(In Korean)

* “Voices of Female Confucians in Late Choson—The Cases of Im Yunchitang (1721-1793) and Kang Chongiltang (1772-1832)” Religions of Korea in Practice, Princeton University Press, 2006 (in English)

* “Moral Agency and the Unity of the World: Philosophical Implications of the Neo-Confucian critique of “Vulgar Learning” Journal of Chinese Philosophy, (the 2006 Dec. issue) (in English)

* “Repositioning the Principle and Redefining the Mind: Zhan Ruoshui’s Philosophy” Philosophy (no. 85, the fall issue, 2005) (In Korean)

* “The Discourse of Modernity in Korean Studies” Modernity as Methodology Today’s East Asian Studies. (the fall issue, 2005) (In Korean)

* “Wang Yangming,” for The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy August, 2005 (in English)

* “Beyond an Oxymoron: Confucianism and Women in late Choson,” Philosophy (no. 83, the spring issue, 2005) (In Korean)

* “the Methodology of the History of Ideas in the field of Korean philosophy” Today’s East Asian Studies. (the spring issue, 2005) (In Korean)

* “Luo Qinshun (1465-1547) and His Intellectual Context” Toung Pao (LXXXIX, 2003) (In English)

* “Philosophical Foundations of ‘the Unity of Knowledge and Action’” Philosophical Studies (the winter issue, 2003) (In Korean)

* “The Metaphysics of Neo-Confucianism” Philosophy and Reality (the fall issue, 2003) (In Korean)

* “Yi I (1536-1584)” and “Yi Munyol (1948- ),” Two articles for Encyclopedia of Modern Asia, (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, New York, 2002) (In English)

* “Rethinking the Self’s Relation to the World in the mid-Ming,” Ming Studies, the Journal of the Society for Ming Studies (the fall 2000 issue, no.44) (In English)