Imagining Japan : the Japanese tradition and its modern interpretation

Robert N. Bellah

One of the most influential sociologists living today, Robert N. Bellah began his career as a Japan specialist, and has continued to contribute to the field over the past thirty years. Imagining Japan is a collection of some of his most important writings, including essays that consider the entire sweep of Japanese history and the character of Japanese society and religion. Combining intellectual rigor, broad scholarship, and ethical commitment, this book also features a new and extensive introduction that brings together intellectual and institutional dimensions of Japanese history.

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  • Introduction: The Japanese Difference 1. The Contemporary Meaning of Kamakura Buddhism 2. Ienaga Saburo and the Search for meaning in Modern Japan 3. Japan's cultural Identity: Some Reflections on the Work of Watsuji Tetsuro 4. Notes on Maruyama Masao 5. Intellectual and Society in Japan 6. The Japanese Emperor as a Mother Figure: Some Preliminary Notes 7. Continuity and Change in Japanese Society Notes Bibliography Index

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書名 Imagining Japan : the Japanese tradition and its modern interpretation
著作者等 Bellah, Robert Neelly
Bellah Robert N.
出版元 University of California Press
刊行年月 c2003
ページ数 254 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0520235207
NCID BA61205769
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国