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Chapter 3

Gordon chapter 3 notes

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History
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HIST 0430
Professor
James Hommes

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HIST 0430 notes – Gordon text chapter 3 The Intellectual World of Late Tokugawa Ideological Foundations of the Tokugawa Regime Oda Nobunaga, Toyotomi Hideyoshi grounded their authority on religious grounds as  well as secular Nobunaga ­ "l'état, c'est moi" Iemitsu basically called himself a Shinto/Buddhist god core ideas of political/social order: 1. hierarchy natural and just 2. selfless service and accepting place in hierarchy great virtues 3. Ieyasu great sage founder, source of wisdom, his order in cosmos neo­Confucian synthesis formulated these beliefs goal of all Tokugawa rulers to sustain SPAM social order Cultural Diversity and Contradictions Sorai from Ancient Learning school ­ criticism of neo­Confucian interpretation political order created by early kings, could be changed by them Kabuki, bunraku (puppets) theatre explored social issues and relations; authorities tried to  contain them repeated and ignored injunctions show limited reach of bakufu proposed reform to Co
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