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Lecture 3: 1/22/14

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Department
History
Course
HIST 0430
Professor
James Hommes
Semester
Spring

Description
HIST 0430 notes – Lecture 3 (1/22/14) – page 1 Sakoku (closed country) term only used much later several edicts, not one deliberate act Kaempfer faults Jesuits for their persecution ­ too impatient, distracted argues that Japan didn't need other countries, was self­sufficient craftsmen can't sell weapons, too well­made criticizes philosophy and speculative science Japan on par technologically, not speculatively law necessary to keep (peasants) in line redeeming quality of harsh law: accessibility; shogun liked them I. Tokugawa System of Control most concerned with controlling daimyo Iemitsu 1635 alternate attendance mandatory didn't let them control commerce/anything important keep them busy foreigners could leave voluntarily but could not come in easily strict control Christianity especially Iemitsu's edicts ­ strictest under him rewards for reporting priests/Christians restricted travel trade not completely cut off
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