From Immanence to Immateriality and Baroque: How Discourse & Rhetoric Around Religion Shaped the History of Japan

Kralj-Johnson, Evan M.


  • This work endeavors to discuss the various ways in which modern-era Japan had co-opted methodologies behind traditional religion to craft state-based practices of worship. Ensuring adherence and loyalty to a central hierarchy, local traditions subsided and a practice of immanent religion was not subdued or replaced but placed within an imperial framework of transcendent idealism. Exploring the ... read more
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