Fudo


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Fudo

Japanese god of wisdom. [Jap. Myth.: Leach, 427]
See: Wisdom
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Originally published as Fudo ningen-gakuteki kosatsu.
Chapter five builds on the two previous chapters, centering on a "two-headed Aizen" that is perceived to be a combination of Aizen and his twin Zen'ai, or alternately Aizen and either Kongosatta (Vajrasattva), Daisho Kongo, or even Fudo. Similar to the Fudo chapter, Faure largely restricts this chapter to the historical and ritual identification of these deities; the delineation of a network of various connections between deities is secondary.
Determined to win Azra back, Fudo decides to toe the straight and narrow.
Kitani Makoto, "Kurobune to jishin-namazu: namazu-e no fudo to jidai" ([Perry's] black ships and the earthquake namazu: the customs and temporal context of namazu-e) in Miyata and Takada, Namazu-e, pp.
(32) This aporia arose from the fact that a being limited by the individual horizon of the Cartesian T, and even Heidegger's Dasein, cannot structurally operate a moral rule requiring that one take account of what is beyond that horizon: the environment (or fudo in Watsuji's vocabulary), which, in time as well as space, goes beyond the modern individual's ontological topos.
IWATA R., 1978, Gendai nihon no keiei fudo. Tokyo, Nihon keizai shinbunsha.
what Plato called the 'eternal idea of the thing." (Wright 1912, 118-119) [Figure 3 Utagawa Hiroshige, "Fudo Falls at Oji," from One Hundred Views of Edo, 1857.]
A similar process finds Watsuji Tetsuro by the early 1940s revising his concept of fudo from a thoughtful analysis of Japan's climate and culture into an attack on Western society: "While brandishing the equality of rights, they [Anglo-Saxons] coolly murdered natives" (p.
Importantly, among the shrine's statues of deities can be found many Buddhist divinities like Fudo Myoo as well as the founder of esoteric Buddhism in Japan, Kobo Daishi.
The Interface of Two Cultural Constructs: Kotodama and Fudo. In P.
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