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050 00 BQ4660.J3|bF38 2016 
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100 1  Faure, Bernard,|eauthor 
245 10 Gods of medieval Japan /|cBernard Faure 
264  1 Honolulu :|bUniversity of Hawaiʻi Press,|c[2016] 
300    2 volumes :|billustrations (some color), maps ;|c27 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 0  Volume 1. The fluid pantheon. Twists and turns -- Under 
       the gaze of the stars -- The elusive center -- Lust but 
       not least -- Fearful symmetry -- The hidden jewel -- 
       Living jewels -- Coda 
505 0  Volume 2. Protectors and predators. Earthly powers -- The 
       elephant in the room -- A stink of fox -- From Goddess to 
       dragon -- From dragon to snake -- The three devas -- The 
       face of the snake -- Matricial Gods -- Coda 
520    Written by one of the leading scholars of Japanese 
       religion, this multivolume project promises to be a 
       milestone in our understanding of the mythico-ritual 
       system of esoteric Buddhism specifically the nature and 
       roles of deities in the religious world of medieval Japan.
       Bernard Faure introduces readers to medieval Japanese 
       religiosity and shows the centrality of the gods in 
       religious discourse and ritual, presenting the gods 
       (including buddhas and demons) as meaningful and powerful 
       interlocutors and not merely as cyphers for social groups 
       or projections of the human mind. Throughout Faure engages
       insights drawn from structuralism, post-structuralism, and
       Actor-network theory to retrieve the "implicit pantheon" 
       (as opposed to the "explicit orthodox pantheon") of 
       esoteric Japanese Buddhism (Mikky審. Through a number of 
       case studies, Faure describes and analyzes the impressive 
       mythological and ritual efflorescence that marked the 
       medieval period, not only in the religious domain, but 
       also in the political, artistic, and literary spheres. He 
       displays vast knowledge of his subject and presents his 
       research much of it in largely unstudied material with 
       theoretical sophistication. His arguments and analyses 
       assume the centrality of the iconographic record, and he 
       has brought together a rich and rare collection of images.
       This emphasis on iconography and the ways in which it 
       complements, supplements, or deconstructs textual 
       orthodoxy is critical to a fuller comprehension of a set 
       of medieval Japanese beliefs and practices. It also offers
       a corrective to the traditional division of the field into
       religious studies, which typically ignores the images, and
       art history, which oftentimes overlooks their ritual and 
       religious meaning.--Publisher 
650  0 Buddhist gods|zJapan 
650  0 Buddhism|zJapan|xHistory|y1185-1600 
651  0 Japan|xReligion|y1185-1600 
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 傅斯年圖書館西文圖書區  BQ4660.J3 F265 2016  v.2    在架上    30530001245943