Shingaku


Shingaku
Shingaku
 
[ʃ-; japanisch »Lehre vom Herzen«], japanische philosophische Schule, begründet in der Tokugawazeit von Ishida Baigan (* 1685, ✝ 1744), vertritt einen Synkretismus von Shintō, Konfuzianismus, Buddhismus und Taoismus. Ihr Ziel war, Volkserziehung und -aufklärung zu betreiben; sie versuchte daher, ihre Moralphilosophie durch leicht verständliche Lehrschriften und -vorträge sowie Übungen zu vermitteln.
 
 
H. Hammitzsch: S. Eine Bewegung der Volksaufklärung u. Volkserziehung in der Tokugawazeit, in: Monumenta Nipponica, Jg. 4 (Tokio 1941).

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