Zen And Shinto

Zen And Shinto

A History Of Japanese Philosophy

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How do the Japanese talk about their native philosophy, Shinto, a decade and a half after the Western Allies abolished it as a state religion? What is its relationship to Buddhism, and particularly to Zen? How modern can this very ancient creed ever be? These are some of the questions considered in this study by Dr. Chikao Fujisawa, who specialized in the study of traditional Japanese philosophy and its effect on modern society. Zen and Shinto is a strong plea to rectify the steps taken to eradicate Shinto, the very substance of Japanese life and thought. At the same time, it offers new insight into the amazing adaptability of the Japanese psyche&́#x80;”its depth, vitality and universality&́#x80;”and its remarkable capacity to assimilate foreign thought and ideas, and thus contribute to the world&́#x80;™s hope for permanent peace.
Publisher: ©2015
[Place of publication not identified] :, Philosophical Library / Open Road Integrated Media,, 2015
Copyright Date: ©2015
ISBN: 9781504022736
Characteristics: 1 online resource (55 pages)
Additional Contributors: Freading (Firm)


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