Buddhism, Unitarianism, And The Meiji Competition For Universality

Published: 31 December 2013
Author: Mohr, Michel
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In the late 1800s, Japanese leaders invited Unitarian missionaries to Japan to further modernization. Mohr looks at the debates sparked by the encounter between Unitarianism and Buddhism and considers how the idea of universal truth was used by both missionaries and by Japanese intellectuals and religious leaders to promote their own agendas.
Published: 31 December 2013
Author: Mohr, Michel

Country of Origin : United States
Illustrations : 10 Black And White Photographs
Number Of Pages : 250
Year of Publication : 2012

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