5 edition of Sekimon Shingaku found in the catalog.
Wanda A. Bieda
|Statement||by Wanda A. Bieda.|
|Series||Occasional papers / Department of Japanese, University of Queensland ;, no. 5, Occasional papers (University of Queensland. Dept. of Japanese Language and Literature) ;, no. 5.|
|LC Classifications||BJ971.S5 B53|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||60 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||81104167|
Books Practical Pursuits: Religion, Politics, and Personal Cultivation in Nineteenth-Century Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press, pp. Finalist for the John Whitney Hall Book Prize in Japanese Studies and the Susanne M. Glasscock Humanities Book Prize for Interdisciplinary Scholarship. Institute of Buddhist Studies Durant Avenue Berkeley, CA
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Enjoy millions of the latest Android apps, games, music, movies, TV, books, magazines & more. Anytime, anywhere, across your devices. Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth-Century Japan. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, (). First edition. Octavo. pages. With occasional black-and-white reproductions of illustrations. More.
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A study of Shingaku, a popular religious teaching in early modern Japan that selectively combined elements of Neo-Confucianism and Zen. Especially notes its mystical and moral elements to show that it was more than a facile merchant ethic.4/5. Shingaku (心学, lit. "heart learning") or Sekimon-shingaku (石門心学) is a Japanese religious movement, founded by Ishida Baigan and further developed by Teshima Toan, which was especially influential during the Tokugawa ku has been characterized as coming from a Neo-Confucian tradition, integrating principles from Zen Buddhism and Shinto.
: Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth-Century Japan (): Sawada, Janine T. Anderson: BooksCited by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Sekimon Shingaku. Tōkyō: Iwanami Shoten, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Get this from a library. Confucian values and popular Zen: Sekimon shingaku in eighteenth-century Japan. Sekimon Shingaku book [Janine Anderson Sawada] -- "Although East Asian religion is commonly characterized as "syncretic," the historical interaction of Buddhist, Confucian, and other traditions is often neglected by scholars of mainstream religious.
1 From Dialogue to Mass-logue: Oral Performance within Sekimon Shingaku 2 Ideological Construction and Books in Early Modern Japan—Political Sense, Cosmology, and World Views 3 Treasure Boxes, Fabrics, and Mirrors: On the Contents and the Classification of Popular Encyclopedias from Early Modern Japan.
Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth-Century Japan. By Janine Anderson Sawada. University of Honolulu Press, pages. $ THIS book relates how Sekimon Shingaku became an extremely popular religious move-ment in the second half of the eighteenth century by coopting Zen techniques of prac.
Sekimon Shingaku book, Seiichi, Sekimon Shingaku no Keizai Shiso (Economic Thought in the School of Ishida Baigan), Minerva-shobo, Elizabethan Revenge Tragedy – Book. This is a book that challenges many of our assumptions about Confucianism and that opens up new ways of thinking about both Japanese history and Confucianism in general.' Michael Puett - Walter C.
Klein Professor of Chinese History, Harvard University, Massachusetts and author of Ritual and its Consequences Sekimon shingaku no shis. of three parts: Sekimon Shingaku thought, Sekimon Shingaku methods of propaganda, and Sekimon Shingaku problems of organization.
The attempt to cover all three of these fields in pages has made the book very thin in places. For instance, organization problems are discussed in two sepa-rate sections: "The Shingaku Community" (pp.
) and. Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth-Century Japan, Honolulu: University of Hawai‘i Press. –––, Practical Pursuits: Religion, Politics, and Personal Cultivation in Nineteenth-Century Japan, Honolulu: University of.
New York Times Book Review, November. Sekimon Shingaku in the Context of Culture and Society in the Tokugawa Period.” In. Ishida Baigan and Sekimon Shingaku, The Sekimon Shingaku Movement Posted: J | Author: Doug | Filed under: Buddhism, Japan, Philosophy, Shinto, Zen | 5 Comments» As mentioned recently, I’ve been reading certain articles from George J.
Tanabe Jr’s Religions of Japan in Practice, including one about the sekimon shingaku (石門心学) movement in Japan. According to Janine. Anderson Sawada, Janine. Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth Century Japan.
Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. Culiberg, Luka. “Towards a Theoretical Approach to the Understanding of Language Ideologies in Post-Meiji Japan.”. GeborenStudium an der Kaiserlichen Universität Tokyo, derzeit Professor an der Tokyo-Universität, Doktor der Sozialwissenschaften.
Wichtige Veröffentlichungen: Shakai Hendo no Riron (Theorie des sozialen Wandels), Tokyosowie die unter Nr. 18 und 19 des Literaturverzeichnisses zu diesem Artikel genannten Werke. InBaigan ISHIDA advocated Sekimon-shingaku (popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings) which was a moral philosophy peculiar to Japan.
As stated above, the Kyoho era was also an era when new developments were achieved in the fields of study and thought.
Symposium on the th Anniversary of the Founding of Shingakuthe movement that came to be known as Sekimon Shingaku. The content of his teaching was eclectic, drawing from the major traditions of East Asian spirituality: Confucianism, especially of the Chu Hsi school, Mahayana Buddhism, especially of the Zen tradition, and Shinto.
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First Vintage Books Edition with full number line at copyright page. Pages with light age tanning but clean. Covers with only a hint of display indications. An introduction to the Confucian philosophy. Full text of "Back Copies of Buddhist Studies Review" See other formats Buddhist Studies Review Tables of Contents, including book reviews, ISSN Editor: Russell Webb — (with Rupert Gethin as joint editor for issues) Assistant Editor: Bhikkhu Pasadika, plus, fromSara Boin-Webb Original Advisory Committee: Ven.
Thfch Huyen-Vi (Spiritual. Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth Century Japan. Janine Tasca Sawada. About the Book. A study of Shingaku, a popular religious teaching in early modern Japan that selectively combined elements of Neo-Confucianism and Zen.
Especially notes its mystical and moral elements to show that it was more than a facile. Shingaku Oku no Kakehashi, 4 Ry Only several dozen copies existed until the book was pub-lished in print in 19 Second, Sekimon Shingaku, –Janine Anderson Sawada, Confucian Values and Popular Zen: Sekimon Shingaku in Eighteenth-Century Japan.
Honolulu: The University of Hawaii. Press, ISBN from book review PDF ( KiB) speech in honor of the th anniversary of the Founding of Shingaku; Robert N.
Bellah, Tokugawa Religion: The Values of Pre-Industrial Japan.named Shingaku Sekimon which is translated as ‘heart learning’. Perhaps one of the most remarkable facts that emerge from the studies of Shingaku is the large number of people that were issued with papers that certified that they ‘had attained enlightenment’.
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