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Yun Hyu (윤휴; 尹鑴, 1617 – 1680) was a scholar-official of the Joseon period of Korea. A Neo-Confucian scholar, Yun was the political leader of the Southern (Nam-in) faction of the Joseon Dynasty. His courtesy name was Baegho and Haheon, Yahbo.
|Revised Romanization||yun hyu|
백호, 하헌, 야보
白湖, 夏軒, 冶父
|Revised Romanization||Baegho, Haheon, Yabo|
|McCune–Reischauer||Baekho, Hahŏn, Yabo|
|Revised Romanization||Du'goe, Huijung|
He was nominated to be a Jipyeong (持平, 지평) as a Yebinshijeong (禮賓寺正, 예빈시정) and had served in various other posts, before he left politics to absorb himself in scholarly pursuits.
In 1660 he became a leading figure in the controversy regarding the mourning rituals over King Hyojong. In 1674 he became involved again in a second round of the controversy, this time over the death of Queen Inseon. In 1680 he was ordered to commit suicide by King Sukjong after a long public debate with Song Siyeol. In 1680 Yun Hyu was expelled and exiled to Gapsan (甲山, 갑산) and that year sentenced to death and executed.
- Baekhojeonseo (백호전서, 白湖全書)
- Baekhodokseogi (백호독서기, 白湖讀書記)
- Juryeseol (주례설, 周禮說)
- Hongbeomseol (홍범설, 洪範說)
- Jungyongdaehakhuseol (중용대학후설, 中庸大學後說)
- Jungyongseol (중용설, 中庸說)
- Baekhojip (백호집, 白湖集)
- Lankov, Andrei (1990). "Controversy over Ritual in 17th Century Korea". Seoul Journal of Korean Studies. 3: 49–64.
- Lankov, Andrei. : 53. Cite journal requires
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- Miura, Kumio (1985). "Orthodoxy and Heterodoxy in Seventeenth-Century Korea: Song Siyol and Yun Hyu". In de Bary, Wm. Theodore (ed.). The Rise of Neo-Confucianism in Korea. NY: Columbia University Press. pp. 411–444 .
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