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Title: 日本思想における神について
Other Titles: ニホン シソウ ニオケル カミ ニツイテ
THE GOD-PROBLEM IN JAPANESE THOUGHT
Authors: 纐纈, 康兵
KOKETSU, Kohei
Issue Date: 31-Mar-1979
Publisher: 愛知工業大学
Abstract: This small paper is the concerning of Shinto and Christianity in Japan. Since, according to Shinto, there is no omnipotent deity or guiding force in the universe, it is not surprising that Shinto does not pretend to knowledge of the future. Instead, it looks for the value of everyday life in the world at hand. In other words, Shinto is not eschatological the way Christianity is. This aspect of Shinto leads to its mind, and the Japanese mind being interested only in the present, and also its usually opportunistic mentality.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11133/1763
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