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Religion in Medieval Japan

Shinto and Buddhism were the most common religions in Japan during the Middle Ages. These sites take a look at the origins, development and impact of Shinto and Buddhism on Medieval Japan.

The Self in Medieval Japanese Buddhism: Focusing on Dogen
Kiyotaka Kimura's extensive and esoteric article from Philosophy East and West looks for valid interpretations of Medieval Japanese Buddhism through an examination of one of its most prominent proponents.

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