AS CAUDAS DA RAPOSA: ENSAIO TEÓRICO SOBRE INARI E SUA CONCEPÇÃO COMO DIVINDADE JAPONESA

  • Allan Nywner Praia Mendonca Universidade Federal do Amazonas - UFAM
Palavras-chave: Mitologia, Shinto, Inari, Kitsune

Resumo

O presente artigo tem como objetivo principal demonstrar um panorama geral sobre a divindade japonesa Inari, levando em consideração a carga cultural importada juntamente com as correntes ideológicas e culturais que levaram o Budismo e os kanji para o Japão, as correntes de acontecimentos dentro da história japonesa, que influenciaram de forma direta ou indiretamente a formação religiosa no Japão, e a visão da população japonesa com relação ao divino e ao culto em si.

Biografia do Autor

Allan Nywner Praia Mendonca, Universidade Federal do Amazonas - UFAM
Letras - Lingua Japonesa

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Publicado
2019-11-15