Jinno Shotoki of Kitabatake Chikafusa. Translated by H. Paul Varley. Columbia University Press. Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns. Google Preview. Pub Date: . English: Jinno Shotoki monument. 日本語: 神皇正統記起稿之地石碑. Date, 29 April Source, Own work. Author. English: Abasaa. 日本語: あ. Within the past year two of the most famous works of Japanese historiography— the. Gukansho of Fujiwara Jien () and the Jinno Shotoki of Kitabatake.
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Current scholars accepts that the original text is missing and that all extant versions of the text thus are manuscript versions which differ slightly from the original. A History of Japan, Alternately, the work’s value may have accrued because a gifted, original and mature mind “made its way onto the level of secular historical explanation”.
Eadweard marked it as to-read Jul 14, However, its criticism of Ashikaga Takauji was hsotoki well received in Northern Court circles, and that section of the original text was omitted in manuscript copies which circulated outside the ambit of the Southern Court.
Political thought in Japanese historical writing: Trivia About Chronicle of Gods The following other wikis use this file: Chikafusa argued that possessing the Imperial Shptoki of Japan is an absolute and indispensable condition for being recognized as a Japanese monarch.
Chronicle of Gods and Sovereigns: Jinno Shotoki of Kitabatake Chikafusa
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A sense of immediacy seems to inform the writing, and this may be due to the narrative having a specific, more narrowly focused purpose—to instruct the young Emperor Go-Murakami r.
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Views View Edit History. The chronicles thus serve as a context for Chikafusa to expound his views about appropriate conduct for Japanese sovereigns, and thereby attempt to justify the legitimacy of the Southern Court. Lists with This Book. Retrieved from ” https: These concepts became even more important in the national ideology under Japanese militarism during World War II.
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