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The "greatest problem" : religion and state formation in Meiji Japan
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Title:
The "greatest problem" : religion and state formation in Meiji Japan / Trent E. Maxey
Author:
Maxey, Trent Elliott
Series title:
Harvard East Asian monographs ; 365
Contents:
The crisis of conversion in restoration Japan -- The diplomatic negotiation of belief in a semi-colonial world -- Enlightening faith and subjecting religion -- In search of a "religious settlement" -- The religious constitution of Meiji Japan -- Epilogue : assembling religion in Meiji Japan.
Description:
xiii, 330 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
Subject headings:
Religion and state Japan History 19th century
Secularism Japan History 19th century
Japan Politics and government 1868-1912
Japan Religion 1868-1912
Format:
Books - print
Specific location:
Van Pelt Library
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Publication date: 2014
Language: English
Library: Van Pelt Library
Specific location: Van Pelt Library
Classification: D - History: General & European
Narrow Classification: DS - Asia
Subject: Full: Japan - Politics and government - 1868-1912
Subject: Full: Japan - Religion - 1868-1912
Subject: Full: Religion and state - Japan - History - 19th century
Subject: Full: Secularism - Japan - History - 19th century
Subject: Brief: Japan
Subject: Brief: Religion and state
Subject: Brief: Secularism
Subject: Keyword: Japan
Subject: Keyword: Secularism
Subject: Keyword: State
Author: Maxey, Trent Elliott
Title: The "greatest problem" : religion and state formation in Meiji Japan
Region: Japan
Community of interest: East Asian Studies
Community of interest: History
Community of interest: Japanese Studies