Gedatsu-kai and Religion in Contemporary Japan: Returning to the Center

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Indiana University Press, 1989 - Počet stran: 280
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Earhart first went to Japan on a Fulbright in the early 1960s to complete a doctoral dissertation on Shugendo, a distinctively Japanese "mountain religion." He has taught and written about Japanese religion in the United States, returning to Japan for research. His writing has concentrated on Shugendo, folk religion, and new religions. His approach to Japanese religion has been to see it as a unified worldview rather than as separate religious organizations, and to place separate traditions and the overall worldview within historical perspective. He has translated from Japanese a study of religion in modern Japan, and a number of his works have been translated into Japanese.

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