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KCI등재 학술저널

오스만제국 내 기독교인에 관한 정책 연구

Study of the Ottoman Empire’s Policy on Christians

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The Ottoman Empire, which destroyed the thousand-year rule of the Byzantine Empire(AD 395-1453) which had existed as the last bastion of Christianity in the Middle East, was responsible for the leadership, expansion and revival of the Islamic world until its demise in World War I. In addition, following the successful completion of this mission, the Ottoman Sultan became the leader of the Islamic world and it is clear that the Sultan himself would have seen the conquest as an opportunity to gain in terms of conquest and mission fulfillment. However, contrary to the concerns of European society, the Ottoman Empire maintained a tolerant policy to the other nations living in their conquered territories. The other nations were even given the freedom to keep their beliefs and social culture while living on Ottoman land. Furthermore, the Ottoman Empire’s tolerant policy became an important factor in the expansion of the empire with the addition of other nations. The purpose of this research is first of all, to show that the Ottoman Empire, which ruled the Middle East Islamic world following the Middle Ages, had a tolerance policy rather than one of oppression towards other nations with different religions. Secondly, the purpose of the paper is to research the Ottoman Empire’s policy towards other nations. South Korea is now living in a period with more than 2 million migrants which is also approaching 3 million, and will likely see even more migrants living together in society. The Ottoman Empire’s rule and policy towards other Millet with various culture and faiths within its Empire which had an Islamic identity, may also be applicable towards South Korea’s multicultural policy.

I. 서론

Ⅱ. 오스만제국의 피지배 민족 정책: 밀레트 제도

III. 오스만제국 내 기독교인 정책

V. 결론

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