Mind and morality in nineteenth-century japanese religions: Misogi-kyō and Maruyama-kyō

Philosophy East and West 48 (1):108-141 (1998)
Abstract
The early history and teachings of two Japanese "new religions" that originated in the late Tokugawa and early Meiji periods are described. The focus is on views of the mind/heart in the writings of Inoue Masakane (considered the founder of Misogi-kyō) and Itō Rokurōbei (founder of Maruyama-kyō); particular attention is given to the question of Neo-Confucian influence
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DOI 10.2307/1399927
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