Historical Dictionary of Shinto
Scarecrow Press, 28.12.2010 - 400 sivua
One of Japan's major religions, Shinto has no doctrines and there are no sacred texts from which religious authority can be derived. It does not have an identifiable historical founder, and it has survived the vicissitudes of history through rituals and symbols rather than through continuity of doctrine. Shinto is primarily a religion of nature, centered on the cultivation of rice, the basis of a culture with which the western world is not familiar in terms of either its annual cycle or the kind of lifestyle it generates. The roots of the Shinto tradition probably precede this and reflect an awareness of the natural order. The oldest shrines came to be located in places that inspired awe and wonder in their observers, such as the great Fall of Nachi in Kumano, or in mountains that conveyed a sense of power.
The expanded second edition of the Historical Dictionary of Shinto relates the history of Shinto through a chronology, an introductory essay, an extensive bibliography, and over 800 cross-referenced dictionary entries on Shinto concepts, significant figures, places, activities, and periods. Scholars and students will find the overviews and sources for further research provided by this book to be enormously helpful.
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Amaterasu-ōmikami ancestors became Buddha Buddhism and Shinto century ceremonies China Chinese concept Confucian created cult dance developed divine Edo period EMPEROR SYSTEM Empress Engishiki enshrined famous festivals founder Grand Shrines Hachiman Heian period human idea imperial household Inari Ise Ise Jingū Ise Jingū Izanagi-no-mikoto Izumo Japan Japanese culture Jingikan kagura kami known Kojiki Kokka Shinto Kokugaku Kokugaku National Learning Kumano Kyōha Shinto Sect Kyōto Kyushū located Mahikari Matsuri Meiji government Meiji period Meiji Restoration misogi modern Motoori Norinaga mountain movement mythology Nara Nihon Shōki 720 Ninigi-no-mikoto norito original performed Prefecture priests purification harai referred reigned religion religious rice rites sacred scholar Sect Shinto Shingon Shingon Buddhism Shinto rituals Shinto Sect Shinto Shinto Shrines Shinto State Shinto Shogunate shrine jinja Shrines of Ise Shugendō soul spirit symbol Taisha teaching temples Tendai Tenri-kyō term tion Tokugawa Tokyō tradition Watarai Western worship Yamato Yasukuni Jinja