Kamene ako neživé bytosti: Svety hmotné a nehmotné v japonskom myslení

Title in English Stones as Insentient Beings: Material and Immaterial Realms in Japanese Thought


Year of publication 2024
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Arts

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Description How do Japanese religious traditions, ancient Shinto and medieval - especially Zen - Buddhism view stones as symbols of the inanimate world? The content of the lecture will be the coexistence of the material world of humans and the supernatural worlds, illustrated by examples of calligraphy and poetry, which in Japan, like stones, trees and waterfalls, are reminders of the world of deities and Buddhas.
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