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Vengeful Spirits, Divine Punishment, and Natural Disasters: Catastrophe and Religion in Japan
作者 Sato, Hiroo ; Schicketanz, Erik
出處題名 Religious Studies in Japan
卷期v.3
出版日期2016
頁次3 - 20
出版者Japanese Association for Religious Studies=Nihon Shūkyō Gakkai=日本宗教学会
出版者網址 http://jpars.org/
出版地東京, 日本 [Tokyo, Japan]
資料類型期刊論文=Journal Article
使用語言英文=English
附註項Satō Hiroo is a professor in the history of Japanese thought, Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University.
內容註This article is translated from the original Japanese that appeared in Shūkyō Kenkyū 宗教研究 86(2), 2012, 133–56.
關鍵詞natural disasters; catastrophe; vengeance; the Great East Japan Earthquake; modernization
摘要Without scientific knowledge, the people of premodern societies in Japan tried to understand natural disasters through their association with transcendent beings (kami). In ancient Japan, natural disasters were interpreted as messages, that is, vengeful curses, from the kami. With the establishment of a systematic cosmology during the middle ages, the causes of catastrophes were explained in terms of the law of cause and effect according to which punishment and salvation were delivered by the kami. With the onset of the early modern period, the sense of reality inherent in the perceptions of fundamental beings declined, and the salvation of the dead could no longer be entrusted to the other-worldly kami. People then came to terms with catastrophes as natural disasters that must be faced. Rituals and customs, carried out over long periods, were put in place to raise the dead to the status of ancestral spirits. In addition to a shift from the traditional world in which kami, the living, and the dead coexisted, to a shutting out of the latter group, the process of “modernization” brought with it a restructuring of society around the exclusive rights and interests of human beings. The Great East Japan Earthquake has been an opportunity to reconsider the path ahead, and to reconsider responses to catastrophe which display the modern tendency to focus on the concerns of the living to the exclusion of those of the dead.
目次Disaster as Fate 5
The Discovery of the Kami 6
Salvation and Natural Disasters 8
Contact Between the Living and the Dead 11
Overlapping Life and Death 12
Modernity: A Strange Age 14
People Who are Worshipped as Kami 16
Conclusion 18
References 19
ISSN21869952 (P)
點閱次數58
建檔日期2016.11.02
更新日期2020.05.04










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