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Kulturelle Austauschprozesse in globalen religiösen Diskursfeldern
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Eine ethnographische Fallstudie zum Kloster Sveti Naum in Ohrid (Mazedonien)

Confucius (New York: Routledge, 2005). Wang and Georg G. Iggers (eds.), Turning Points in Historiogra- phy: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Rochester: University of Roch- ester Press, 2002), 185–208. China and Korea.” In: Tadao Umesao, Catherine C. Lewis and Ya- suyuki Kurita (eds.), Japanese Civilization in the Modern World V: Culturedness (Senri Ethnological Studies 28) (Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, 1990), 13–30. Watson, B. (trans.), Han Fei Tzu: Basic Writings (New York and Lon- don: Columbia University Press, 1964). Watson, B. (trans.), Hsün Tzu: Basic

. This represented a belief that human beings are born with the seeds of goodness, so that one who wishes to be ‘good’ or ‘realized’ 2 Hiroshi China and Korea.” In: Tadao Umesao, Catherine C. Lewis and Yasuyuki Kurita (eds.), Japanese Civilization in the Modern World V: Culturedness (Senri Ethnological Studies 28) (Osaka: National Museum of Ethnology, 1990), 13–30. INTRODUCTION | 13 need simply practice self-cultivation, based on his or her native gifts, to be a sage or a ‘worthy one.’ This East Asian Confucian faith in the perfectibility of the human being

and the Rise of Kanpō in Postwar Japan”, in: Nanami Suzuki (ed.), Healing Alternatives: Care and Education as a Cultural Lifestyle. Senri Ethnological Report 120, pp. 17–52. Hobsbawm, Eric/Ranger, Terence (1983): The Invention of Tradition, Cam- bridge: Cambridge University Press. Iryō to bukkyō 医療と仏教. Medicine and Buddhism (2018), Special Issue of Samgha Japan サンガジャパン Vol. 28 (2018–1), Tokyo: Sanga サンガ. Josephson, Jason Ananda (2013): “An Empowered World: Buddhist Medi- cine and the Potency of Prayer in Japan”, in: Jeremy Stolow (ed.), Deus in Machina

Tuvan Museum of Regional Studies Named after 60 Heroes: its aim is the inte- grated (ethnological, sociological, philosophical) research of this ancient phenome- non of world, in particular, Tuvan culture, problems of shamanism’s affects on the ecology of human culture and environment, its potential use of the contemporary in- dividual’s spirituality. 141 Budegetshi, Tamara (Ed.): Shamanism in Tuva. Scientific works of the first Tuvan- American Seminar of Shamans and Shamanologists, Kyzyl 1994, 42f. 142

in Macedonian Folk Tradition, in: Croatian Journal of Ethnology & Folklore Research/Narodna Umjetnost, 49(1). Popovska, Dragica (2012b): Makedonskite sveti mesta vo sovremen kontekst. Vrz primerot na karpata Zmeoica vo s. Krapa, Makedonski Brod [Die mazedo- nischen heiligen Orte im zeitgenössischen Kontext. Am Beispiel des Felsens Zmeoica im Dorf Krapa, Makedonski Brod], in: Filološki studii, 10(2), 283- 293. Popovska, Dragica (2013): Romskata tradicija vo sovremena kultura [Roma-Tra- dition in der gegenwärtigen Kultur]. Skoje: SAK Stil. Popovska, Dragica

encounter as well as by the widespread interest in the alien an unusual, ex- ploited by the developing sciences of ethnology, comparative anatomy, philology, and history […] The other feature of Oriental-European relations was that Europe was always in a posi- tion of strength, not to say domination.“255 Der hier genannte Begriff der Herrschaft („domination“) ist nicht Ausdruck eines realen Machtgefälles, sondern Spiegel einer zunächst nur imaginären westlichen Sichtweise, die den Orient als sein schwächeres Gegenüber wahrnimmt. Die „Bele- bung“ der Imagination