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|Título:||Early Modernity and the State s Policies toward Christianity in 16th and 17th century Japan|
|Editorial:||Universidade Nova de Lisboa|
|Descripción:||The details of the reception and persecution of Christians in Japan are relatively well known and are not repeated here. This article instead tries to place these matters into the broader context of Japanese state policy toward religions in Japan. Obviously, because of the foreignness of Christianity and the political/economic factors that attended its introduction, Christianity s reception in Japan was meaning-fully different from that of other religions. But, in some ways our understanding of Christianity s fate in Japan can be enhanced by examining the nascent state s policies toward other religious movements and practitioners, such as the Nichiren-shu and Jodo Shin Buddhists, divination specialists, and so on. This article makes a preliminary attempt at such analysis.|
|Aparece en las Colecciones:||Bulletin of Portuguese - Japanese Studies|
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