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Man and Culture

Specificity of the philosophical thought within the Shinto tradition

Matveenko Valentin

post-graduate student of the philosophical department at Far Eastern Federal University

690922, Russia, Primorsk Territory, Vladivostok, str. Ayaks, 10 (F), room No. F732

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The subject of this research is the Japanese Shinto intellectual tradition before introduction into it of the European philosophical terminology and accompanying disciplines in order to determine its philosophical foundations. The author suggests understanding Shinto not as a doctrine, but rather the principle of human relations with the sacred established in the Japanese culture, as well as the complex of Japanese national religious and cultural practices. Precisely through the presence of this core it becomes possible to explain not the character of the penetrating into the culture derivations, but the processes that affected them during integration into the comprehensive Japanese culture, which plays a much bigger role in understanding of the philosophical component of Shinto. Basing on the question of presence in Shinto of a cultural phenomenon of the written intellectual tradition, the author examines a number of theoretical expressions of the Shinto thought. The main conclusion consists in the fact that by understanding Shinto as a principle of formation of doctrines, which results in the ethical principles of an everyday life, we can remember that the Western philosophy in its very appearance in the Ancient Greece, also emerged as an art of living; thus, this confirms the existence within Shinto of the philosophical tradition.                 

Keywords: Yoshida Kanetomo, harmony (wa), magokoro, mono no aware, cult, religion, Shintoism, Shinto thought, Japanese philosophy, Motoori Norinaga
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