Buddhism and Japanese Culture
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From the Paper:"The Effect of Japanese Buddhism on Literary and Artistic Culture
Zen has played a major part in shaping the cultural history of Japan. Buddhism established the adoption of natural and spiritual symbols within Japanese art forms. It dominated everyday life, inspired art, literature and theater. It influenced Neo-Confucianism which was the principal philosophy from 1603-1867. Today in modern Japan there are over nine million followers. The Japanese influence has also led to considerable interest in Zen throughout the Western world as people look at ways to come to grips with the problems of society.
Zen Buddhism teaches that the Buddha-nature, or potential to ..."
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