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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