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タイトル: Magic words and holy waters: healing in the cult of Mt. Fuji in the Edo period
その他のタイトル: 呪言と聖なる水―江戸時代の富士信仰における治癒行為
著者: GOTTARDO, Marco
キーワード: healing
Fuji cult
Edo period
発行日: 2013-03-31
抄録: While the healing practices and devices developed by religious institutions in Japanese history have been extensively studied, the analysis of similar practices at the popular level has been relegated to a secondary position. This essay analyzes the wide range of healing practices and spells developed by the popular cult of Mt. Fuji during the Edo period. Moreover, it contextualizes them within a larger system of ideas developed at the popular level by the Fuji cult. As a result, healing practices come to be seen as an index of the popular understanding of reality, and are shown to exist within a complex symbolic and interpretative network, at the popular level, applicable to various levels of reality:cosmic, geographic, and personal.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11078/78
ISSN: 0286-8903


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