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Religi Tokugawa

Karya monumental Dr.Robert N. Bellah ini merupakan hasil penerapan visi Weberian di dalam masyarakat Jepang.

Hasil riset tersebut ditulis dalam tujuh bab buku ini. Setelah mengetengahkan sketsa pendek mengenai masyarakat masa Tokugawa, Bellah langsung memberi gambaran megenai manifestasi pokok religi Tokugawa, dengan cara mengaitkannya dengan lapisan sosial di mana religi itu ada, maupun dengan kecenderungan ke arah rasionalisasi politik dan rasionalisasi ekonomi yang terdapat didalamnya.

Setelah gambaran umum itu, Bellah beranjak ke gambaran lebih rinci mengenai gerakan Shingaku, suatu gerakan religius etis kelas pedagang pada abad kedelapan belas dan kesembilan belas. Dan, akhirnya pada penutup ditangani kembali pertanyaan-pertanyaan yang telah diintrodusir pada pendahuluan.

Dimensi: 14 x 21 cm
Tebal: 341 halaman
Cover: Soft Cover
ISBN: 979-511-256-2
Kategori: Nonfiksi/Antropologi - Budaya

Tentang Pengarang: Robert N.

 

 




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