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- Intellectuals and Japanese Buddhism in Brazil
- de Albuquerque, Eduardo Basto
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- This study concentrates on the discovery of Japanese Buddhism by Brazilian intellectuals as a group of spiritual practices and as a body of spiritual wisdom. The study has been realized through readings and meetings with Japanese Buddhist monks and/or Japanese immigrants. These intellectuals defend a religious experience based on a universal notion of representations of Japanese Buddhism, which provides them with a non-dualistic philosophical perspective and a unique psychological experience. Through innovative spiritual experiences these intellectuals have broken the tension created within the dispute between secularized science and the Catholic hegemony, both predominant in the intellectual panorama.
- Japanese Journal of Religious Studies. Nagoya: Nanzan Inst Religion Culture, v. 35, n. 1, p. 61-79, 2008.
- Nanzan Inst Religion Culture
- Japanese Buddhism
- Zen in Brazil
- Buddhism in Brazil
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