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To understand this assumption requires some historical background on political developments as well as the traditional treatments of Japanese myths.
It was a short but successful war that forced the designated king, his own nephew, to commit suicide. Tenmu was not the originator of these political changes, but he continued and strengthened what already had begun in the early seventh century. An important step was the reformation of the uji system in , two years before his death. Mizoguchi — For a detailed history of reading and writing within the east Asian context in Japan, see Lurie Shinokawa 48— We will examine the connections between this reform and the conceptualization of the Kojiki later, but first some background is required.
Nevertheless, the Japanese realization that their own myths are based on traditions coming from outside of the country can be traced back to the years before World War II. Consequently, this line is considered to be autochthonous, as opposed to the younger system from the north. Shinokawa , and for Keitai in English research Brown — For a detailed exploration, see Mizoguchi The Body as a Mode of Conceptualization in the Kojiki Cosmogony 51 regional gazetteers compiled by imperial order in the early eighth century, but the land-fishing motif can be confirmed from the account of the creation of the first island, Onogoro, by Izanaki and Izanami as well.
The main transmitters of these myths were the omi, kimi, and kuni no miyatsuko groups, the powerful uji families in the countryside. By contrast, the northern system is much younger.
It presumably arrived in the Japanese islands during the fifth century, when great turbulence and migration governed northeast Asia. The northern part of China was under the control of foreign rulers, such as the tribes from Tibet and nomads from north-east Asia. While the southern line is described as governed by a horizontal world view, the northern line by contrast is connected with the idea of a vertical world view, i.
Representatives of these myths in the Kojiki are the musuhi spirits, such as Takami Musuhi and Kamu Musuhi, who appeared in the beginning of the cosmogony. The following observations on the conceptualization of the body will shed light on the complicated relations between the historical circumstances and the attempt to appropriate myths in order to corroborate and legitimize sovereignty. The following observations will corroborate this assumption.
Kamper — If this assumption is correct, the translations by Philippi and Antoni are not accurate.
In presenting Japanese words and phrases in English texts, it is customary to first provide the reading, followed by the characters. The presentation of concepts from academic discourse will follow this convention, but characters from the original text will precede their readings. The reasons are, first, to provide a tool to distinguish between object and meta languages, and second, as a reminder that many readings in old Japanese texts are still obscure.
The Body as a Mode of Conceptualization in the Kojiki Cosmogony 53 strict regulations about the use of Chinese characters and readings. The first two of the seven generation were spirits, who also concealed their bodies, but the following five generations are presented as elder brother and younger sister with no effort made to conceal their material existence. Chamberlain 16, Kare, kono a ga mi no nari-amareru tokoro wo mochite, namuchi ga mi no nari-ahanu tokoro wo sashi- fusagite, kuni wo umi-nasamu to omofu.
How would this be? For the translations of the names, see Heldt 8. However, while the world should be peaceful again, various strange incidents have started happening.
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