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  1. Boundary Work in Japanese Religious Studies: Anesaki Masaharu on Religious Freedom and Academic Concealment.Avery Morrow - 2018 - Correspondences: Journal for the Study of Esotericism 6 (2):117-143.
    Past issues of Correspondences have sought to envision non-Western “esoteric” categories, but it remains an open question as to whether esotericism is a generic mode of thought, as opposed to a construction within intellectual history. I demonstrate some difficulties with identifying an esoteric category in modern Japanese culture, suggesting that the problem is one of discursive boundaries within the humanities. Accordingly, I examine boundary work by one of Japan’s founding religious scholars. It appears that Anesaki Masaharu engaged in two types (...)
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