The previous Lecture 8 was on the topic "Korean, Japanese Philosophy and America."
He presented many theories, from the ancient Korean philosophers Wonchu and Jung Mon Joo to Yunha, who wrote a modern philosophical novel.
He lectured for about two hours on the books of many philosophers such as Dosho and Fujiwara Seika, known as ancient Japanese philosophers, and lectured on many topics, from the famous Ryu Murakami to the author of modern philosophical novels.
Today South Korea is divided and deliberately demands that North Korea withdraw from the World Trade Organization. South Korea abandoned its ancient high culture and joined the United States.
So much so that Japan, no matter how hard it tried to revive its ancient culture, could not get lost in the tragic history of Korean and Chinese invasions and massacres.
Reading the ancient philosophies of Korea and Japan, I thought it was really wonderful, but I find it difficult to hide my position when I think about what it is today.
It seems that these ancient peoples have become useless business slaves, from K-Pop to the half-Hollywood movie Parasite, like the boys and girls who used to take pride in America and make them happy.
Yonha from Korea and Ryu Murakami from Japan set an example for many countries. They were true philosophers, critical of society and their people. Several years ago I translated and published his novels.
We have presented the novel on the site.
The next lecture will be on the topic "Philosophical world around Mongolia and Tibet".