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Japon Yeni Dinî Hareketi Ōmoto’nun Dinî-Fenomenolojik Tarihi

Year 2023, Volume: 23 Issue: 1, 311 - 336, 31.03.2023
https://doi.org/10.33415/daad.1198291

Abstract

Ōmoto, Japon dinî tarihi içerisinde adından en çok söz ettiren, Şinto temelli bir Japon Yeni Dinî Hareketi (YDH)’dir. Japon tarihinde Meiji Dönemi itibariyle başlatılan hareket inanç ve ibadetleriyle dünyevi-politik düşüncelerini birleştirerek Taishō ve Shōwa dönemlerinde öne çıkmıştır. Modern dönemle birlikte pasifize olan hareket, içerisinde farklı eğilimlerin etkisiyle bölünme sürecine girmiştir. Günümüzde üç ayrı dinî grup olarak faaliyetlerini devam ettirmektedir. Ōmoto’nun dinî-fenomenolojik tarihini dikkate aldığımız araştırmamız Kuruluş Dönemi (1892-1918), Kurumsallaşma Dönemi (1918-1948) ve Yeniden Doğuş, Bölünme ve Pasiflik Dönemi (1948’den Günümüze) olmak üzere üç bölümden oluşmaktadır. Çalışmamız ülkemiz ve dünya literatüründe Ōmoto’nun dinî-fenomenolojik tarihi açısından kapsayıcı nitelikte bir araştırma olup bu çalışmamızla literatüre katkı sağlanarak yeni araştırmalara fayda sağlanması amaçlanmıştır.

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Japanese New Religious Movement Ōmoto’s Religious-Phenomenological History

Year 2023, Volume: 23 Issue: 1, 311 - 336, 31.03.2023
https://doi.org/10.33415/daad.1198291

Abstract

Ōmoto is a Shinto-based Japanese New Religious Movement (NRM) that is the most popular in Japanese Religious History. The movement, initiated in the Meiji Period in Japanese History, came to the fore in the Taishō and Shōwa periods by combining their beliefs and practices with worldly-political thoughts. The movement, pacified with the Modern Period, entered the division process with the influence of different tendencies. Today, they continue their activities as three separate religious groups. Our research, in which we consider the religious-phenomenological history of Ōmoto, consists of three parts: The Establishment Period (1892-1918), The Institutionalization Period (1918-1948), and The Period of Rebirth, Division, and Passivity (1948-Present). Our study is comprehensive regarding the religious-phenomenological history of Ōmoto in our country and in world literature. It aims to contribute to new research by donating to the literature with this study.

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  • Picken, Stuart D. B. Suicide in Japan and Europe: Convergence and Contrast in Modern Views, 1976.
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  • Stalker, Nancy K. Prophet Motive: Deguchi Onisaburo, Ōmoto, And The Rise of New Religions in Imperal Japan. Honululu: University of Hawai’i Press, 2008.
  • Storm, Jason Ananda Josephson. The Invention of Religion in Japan. University of Chicago Press, 2012.
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  • Şenavcu, Halil İbrahim. “Japon Yeni Dini Hareketlerinde Halk Hekimliği: Sekai Kyusei Kyo Örneği”. Mizanü’l- Hak: İslami İlimler Dergisi 13 (2021), 195-219.
  • Şenavcu, Halil İbrahim. “Sekai Kyusei Kyo”. Yeni Dini Hareketler Ansiklopedisi. ed. Süleyman Turan - Emine Battal. 467-471. İstanbul: Okur Akademi, 2020.
  • Tadao, Umesao. “Nihon Tanken: Òmotokyò to Sekai Renpò”. Chuo Kòron.
  • Thal, Sarah. Rearranging the Landscape of the Gods: The Politics of a Pilgrimage Site in Japan, 1573-1912. University of Chicago Press, 2005.
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  • Westera, Rick. “Historical Atlas of Asia Pacific (8 February 1904): Attack on Port Arthur”. Omniatlas. Erişim 23 Ocak 2022. https://omniatlas.com/maps/asia-pacific/19040208/
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  • Young, Carl F. Eastern Learning and the Heavenly Way: The Tonghak and Chondogyo Movements and the Twilight of Korean Independence. Hawaii: University of Hawai’i Press, 2014.
  • Young, Richard Fox. “From Gokyo-dogen to Bankyo-dokon: A Study in the Self-Universalization of Omoto”. Japanese Journal of Religious Studies 15/4 (1988), 263-286.
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Details

Primary Language Turkish
Subjects Religious Studies
Journal Section Research Articles
Authors

Yetkin KARAOĞLU
ERCIYES UNIVERSITY
0000-0002-5036-2590
Türkiye

Early Pub Date March 30, 2023
Publication Date March 31, 2023
Published in Issue Year 2023 Volume: 23 Issue: 1

Cite

ISNAD Karaoğlu, Yetkin . "Japon Yeni Dinî Hareketi Ōmoto’nun Dinî-Fenomenolojik Tarihi". Dinbilimleri Akademik Araştırma Dergisi 23 / 1 (March 2023): 311-336 . https://doi.org/10.33415/daad.1198291