Title: WEBERIAN SOCIOLOGY OF JAPANESE RULERSHIP AND RELIGION

Author:ABUKUMA MORIYUKI
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Moriyuki Abukuma


WEBERIAN SOCIOLOGY OF JAPANESE RULERSHIP AND RELIGION





Table of Contents
A. Introduction
B. Caesaro-papism
1. Terminology
2. Religious Policy of Caesaro-papism
3. Japanese Caesaro-papism
C. Sociological Foundations
1. Sociological Approaches
* Ideal Types
* Ideas and Interests
* Unconscious Motivation
* Ethos
2. Frames of Reference
* Legitimacy
* Pure Types of Rulership
* Japanese Types of Rulership
* Power Struggle between Ruler and Staff
* Summary

D. The Historical Dynamic
1. Tenno Caesaro-papism
* Establishment of Political Community
* Hereditary State
* Introduction of Monastic Buddhism
* Institution of Shinto
* Monastery Landlordism
* From Heredity To Feudalism
* Summary
2. Shogun Caesaro-papism
* Rise of the Shogun
* Rise of Salvational and Prophetic Buddhism
* Militarization of Buddhist Communities
* Oda's Destruction of Buddhist Communities
* Tokugawa's Religious Policy
* Summary
3. Gunbu Caesaro-papism
* Foundation of Bureaucratic Rulership
* Passive Democracy
* Ideas and Interests behind Militarism
* Establishment of State Shinto
* Indoctrination and Persecution
* Quasi-Religious Community of War
* Summary
E. Conclusion
1. Characteristics of Japanese Caesaro-papism
2. Consequences of the Defeat
List of Charts
Chart 1. Diagram of Polity and Religion
Chart 2. Interests of Rulership
List of Tables
Table 1. Pure Types of Rulership
Table 2. Japanese Types of Rulership
Table 3. Ruler and Staff
Table 4. Cultivation of Prestige
Table 5. Comparison of Rulership
Table 6. Characteristics of Japanese Rulership
List of Maps
Maps 1. Jimmu's Conquest of Japan
Maps 2. Himiko's Countries
Maps 3. Central Japan in Feudal Period
Notes
Bibliography
Timeline

A. Introduction
This study examines the historical relationships between rulership and religion in Japan from the viewpoint of Max Weber's sociology. Weber emphasizes the cultural importance of the relationship between secular and religious power. He states:
For the development of culture the decisive question was whether or not the military charisma of the warlord and the pacifist charisma of the (usually meteorological) ...
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