IKEZAWA Masaru

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Name
IKEZAWA Masaru
Affiliation
The University of Tokyo
Section
Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, Philosophy and Religion
Job title
Associate Professor
Degree
Ph.D.

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1982
Faculty of Literature, The University of Tokyo
 

Misc

 
The Philosophy of Filiality in Ancient China : Ideological Development in the Zhanguo Period.
Dissertation submitted to the University of British Columbia      1994
Comparative and Comprehensive Studies on the Religious Significance of Death and the Dead.
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C) (1).      2003
2003.
A Trap in the Strategy of Two Forms of "Life": From the Perspective of Chinese Views on Death.
Contemporary Religions 2003.   56-72.    2003
2003.
Recently Excavated Materials from the Viewpoint of Religious Studies: Centred on the Theories of Sacred-Profane and the Intermediate.
Studies on Chinese Excavated Materials.   Vol.6 55-73.    2002
2002.
Is Confucianism a Religion?: Examining Recent Studies.
The Modern Concept of "Religion" and the formation and development of Religious Studies.   159-183.    2001
2001.

Books etc

 
The Philosophy of Filiality as Confucian Religiosity: Ideological Development of Ancestor Worship in Ancient China.
Tokyo University Press   2002   
Various Aspects of the Chinese Rituals for Solar Deities: Symbols of the Sun and the Sun as symbols.
Studies on Solar deities.   2002   
2002.
Translation and Notes on the Eight-Line paragraph of the Zidangu Chu Silk-Manuscript.
The Materials Excavated in the Chu District and Ancient Chinese Culture.   2002   
2002.
Future beyond death: Perishing and hopes in Religious Eschatology.
Mirai (Tokyo University Open Lecture Series 74).   2002   
2002.
The element of"mediator"in religious rites of Ancient China
Groups and Rituals of Daoism   2000   

Works

 
Studies on Chu bamboo-scripts of Guodian
1999
Rethinking the concept of"Religion"
1998 - 2001
Historical interpretation and structural interpretation in religious studies
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ancestor Worship in Ancient China
Study on Religious Phenomena related with Kinship and Death