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Studies in Shinto thought.

Muraoka, Tsunetsugu

Studies in Shinto thought.

by Muraoka, Tsunetsugu

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Published by Japanese National Commission for UNESCO in [Tokyo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Shinto.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementTranslated by Delmer M. Brown and James T. Araki.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsBL2220 .M8513
    The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 264, xxix p.
    Number of Pages264
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL5531110M
    LC Control Number67006504
    OCLC/WorldCa401292

      This accessible guide to the development of Japan&#;s indigenous religion from ancient times to the present day offers an illuminating introduction to the myths, sites and rituals of kami worship, and their role in Shinto&#;s enduring religious identity. Offers a unique new Pages: Roger R. Keller, "Shinto," Light and Truth: A Latter-day Saint Guide to World Religions (Provo, UT: Religious Studies Center; Salt Lake City: Deseret Book, ), – We in the West could learn something from those of the Shinto faith about the reverence for .

    Read "Studies In Shinto & Shrines" by R. A. B. Ponsonby-Fane available from Rakuten Kobo. First Published in Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa : Taylor And Francis. The book is thus not only a result of solid academic work-it is also an ambitious political assessment.- (Japanese Journal of Religious Studies, ) -But for anyone interested in Shinto studies, religion and nationalism, and the contested and ever-changing nature of religious traditions, this is an essential read.- (Religious Studies Review /5(3).

    As Herakleitos said, ‘Gods are immortal men, men mortal Gods.’ Muroaka Tsunetsugu Studies in Shinto Thought ‘In Shinto belief, human beings can come close to the kami through training and discipline.’ Yukitaka Yamamoto The Way of the Kami ‘The Japanese people themselves do not have a clear idea regarding the kami.’. Reviews 'Shinto: A Short History is a benchmark publication in Shinto studies.' - Monumenta Nipponica 'This book should have wide appeal to teachers of East Asian relgions as a detailed textbook for upper-level undergraduates and taught postgraduates, as well as being a useful resource for scholars.


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A compilation of selected articles on Shinto from the author's series of books entitled "Nihon shisō shi kenkyū" (Studies on the history of Japanese thought). Description: viii,xxix pages portrait 24 cm. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Muraoka, Tsunetsugu, Studies in Shinto thought.

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The volume collects eight essays from Tsunetsugu Muraoka's innovative work, Studies on the History of Japanese Thought. Although not well known outside Japan, Muraoka's analysis of the special characteristics of Shinto belief and morality, especially his comparative study of the ideas and beliefs of principal participants in the Shinto revival of the pre-Meiji era, have made him Japan's most Pages: The volume collects eight essays from Tsunetsugu Muraoka's innovative work, Studies on the History of Japanese Thought.

Although not well known outside Japan, Muraoka's analysis of the special characteristics of Shinto belief and morality, especially his comparative study of the ideas and beliefs of principal participants in the Shinto revival of the pre-Meiji era, have made him Japan's most.

"Breen and Teeuwen offer a postmodern, historical exposition of Shinto. In addition to independent research, they draw on a wide field of contemporary Japanese Shinto studies The book is thus not only a result of solid academic work-it is also an ambitious political assessment.".

He is co-translator of "Studies in Shinto Thought" by Muraoka Tsunetsu, and of the "Gukansho" by Jien. He has authored two chapters and the Introduction of The Cambridge History of Japan Vol. 1 and is now working on a book-length study of "Amaterasu in the History of Japan", as well as teaching a seminar on Shinto at Starr King Theological.

The volume collects eight essays from Tsunetsugu Muraoka's innovative work, Studies on the History of Japanese Thought. Although not well known outside Japan, Muraoka's analysis of the special characteristics of Shinto belief and morality, especially his comparative study of the ideas and beliefs of principal participants in the Shinto revival of the pre-Meiji era, have made him Japan's most /5(2).

Nine out of ten Japanese claim some affiliation with Shinto, but in the West the religion remains the least studied of the major Asian spiritual traditions. It is so interlaced with Japanese cultural values and practices that scholarly studies usually focus on only one of its dimensions: Shinto as a "nature religion," an "imperial state Cited by: Nine out of ten Japanese claim some affiliation with Shinto, but in the West the religion remains the least studied of the major Asian spiritual traditions.

It is so interlaced with Japanese cultural values and practices that scholarly studies usually focus on only one of its dimensions: Shinto as a "nature religion," an "imperial state religion," a "primal religion," or a "folk amalgam of 4/5(3).

4 Journal of Japanese Studies I. Shinto in the Nihon shoki The word Shinto is commonly taken to mean Japan's indigenous religion and to have had that meaning from fairly early times. It is difficult, however, to find a clear-cut example of the word ShintoFile Size: KB.

the first half of this book explains the authors understanding of Shinto beliefs (an interesting take, in my opinion), the second half explains the history of Shinto, and specifically how an animist/polytheist belief system can come to be used to promote fascism/5.

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Many scholars admit that this act of worship is part of religious behavior as well as Shinto practice in a broad sense. Kono Shozo, professor of Shinto Studies in Kokugakuin University, for example, stated in 7. The Imperial Rescript on Education manifests the teachings of the Founder of the Empire and Imperial by: and the thought of Nishida Kitar6.

As to his philosophy, one of the first steps might be to emphasize the passages where he does not blend into the amorphousness of a given cul-tural atmosphere, but-by transcending it-says things that are universally valid and meaningful.

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The Essence of Shinto was written by a practicing Yamakage Shinto grand master (actually, these days his son is the acting grand master). It's a book written by a person of faith, explaining his sect of Shinto from that viewpoint, not from an academic viewpoint, so know that going in/5(48).

Nine out of ten Japanese claim some affiliation with Shinto, but in the West the religion remains the least studied of the major Asian spiritual traditions.

It is so interlaced with Japanese cultural values and practices that scholarly studies usually focus on only one of its dimensions: Shinto as a nature religion, an imperial state religion, a primal religion, or a folk amalgam of practices 4/5(2).

Wai-ming Ng THE I CHING IN THE SHINTO THOUGHT OF TOKUGAWA JAPAN Lecturer in the Department of Japanese Studies at the National University of Singapore Philosophy East & West Vol Number 4 October ? by University of Hawai'i Press The I Ching or Book of Changes, both a book of magic and a book of.Buy Studies in Shinto Thought by T.

Muraoka, Delmer M. Brown from Waterstones today! Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £He is currently the president of the International Shinto Studies writings have ranged widely over problems in the study of religions, studies in Buddhist thought and many aspects of contemporary Japanese religion.

His major publications include .