Examines religious and philosophical traditions of Korea and religions and philosophies in East Asia, including Confucianism, Daoism, Buddhism, and Shamanism. Provides an overview of the transmission of early Buddhism into the Korea peninsula during the Three Kingdom period, Sino-Korean interactions in intellectual development of Buddhism, and Korea Buddhist pioneers. Explores the importance of Neo-Confucian ideas to Korean scholars and Matteo Ricci and early Catholic traces in Korea. Traces new religions and a Korean god, Protestant mission to Korea and Buddhist renewals, post-Christianities, Juche, and Shamanism in Korea.
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