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INDEX Age of the Gods, in Kojiki, 11-13, 96, 120, 121 Akazome Emon, 45 Aral Hakuseki, 5; career, 119; rationalism, 119-21; euhemerism, 121; limitations of political thought, 130-32 Asaka Tanpaku, 120 Ashikaga Takauji, 86-87, 104, 105; Yoshihisa, 126 Azuma Kagami, 122-23 Baishoron, 5, 75, 80, 81, 88, 102, 104, 105, 111; date and author, 85-86; title, 86; role of Heaven, 86-87 Benkei, 68-69 Buretsu, perfectly evil Emperor, 38, 52, 108 Chuai, Emperor, 18, 31 Chukyo, Emperor, 66 Commentary of Zuo, 25-26, 27 Ean, poem, 88 Eiga Monogatari, 4, 51; date and author, 44-45; political attitude, 44-45; treatment of Fujiwara Michinaga, 46-47; poetry, 47-49 Five National Histories, compilation, 34-35; objectivity, 37-38; modification ofChinese models, 39-40; cessation, 39-40. See also Shoku Nihongi, Nihon Koki, Shoku Nihon Koki, Nihon Montoku Tenno Jitsuroku, Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku Fujiwara family, Regency, 3, 42-43, 56, 60, 61; compilation of Five National Histories, 37 Fujiwara Kintoshi, 62; Korechika, 47-49; Michikane, 47; Michinaga, 46-47, 52, 53; Mototsune, compiler of Montoku Jitsuroku, 37;Otsugu, compiler of Nihon Koki, 37; Sumitomo, 70, 72; Tadahira, 71; Takaie, 47-49; Tokihira, compiler of Sandai Jitsuroku, 37; Tsugutada, compiler of Shoku Nihongi, 35, 37; Yoshifusa, compiler of Shoku Nihon Koki, 37, 42-43, 51 Genmei, Empress, 8, 23 Go Daigo, Emperor, 82, 104-105, 125 Go Sanjo, Emperor, 54-55 156 INDEX 157 Go Toba, Emperor, 54; and Jokyu War, 64-66, 82-83; poems, 83, 84, 125 Goseibai Shikimoku, 98 Gukansho, 5, 63, 102, 114, 124, 131, 133; purposes, 93-95; periodization, 95-97; hundred kings theory, 97, 102; causation, 98-101; principle (dori), 98-100 gunki monogatari (war tales), 4, 56-57; functions,67-69; as battle histories, 72-75; later development, 75-76 Hayashi Kazan, 120 Heike Monogatari, 63, 74-75 Hieda no Are, 8-9 Hiraizumi Kiyoshi, 113 History of the Former Han Dynasty, 26 Hogen Monogatari, 68, 73 H6J6 Yasutoki, 79-81, 83, 87, 98, 111-12; Yoshitoki, 54, 79-81, 83, 87, 111, 126 Hundred Kings theory, 97, 102, 107 Imakagami, 49; date and author, 52; and Retired Emperors, 53-55; contents, 55-56 imperial regalia, 108, 109 Izanami and Izanagi, deities, 11-12 Jien, 5; career, 93, 95 Jingu, Empress Regent, 18, 52 Jinmu, Emperor, 14, 15-16, 28, 31; 2,600th anniversary, 1, 133 Jinno Shdtoki, 5, 72, 117, 122, 124, 125, 127, 131, 133; preface, 106-107; rationalism, 107; causation, 108-12; secular historical explanation, 109-12, 114-15; Shinto gods, 112,117; twentieth-century appraisals, 112-14 Jito, Empress, 8 jito (stewards), 63-64, 110, 114 Jokyuki, 68, 69, 75 Jokyu War of 1221, 3, 54, 65, 78, 83-84, 111 Juntoku, Emperor, 66 Kitabatake Chikafusa, 5, 32, 114-15; career, 106 Kojiki, 4; date and author, 8-9; commanded by Emperor Tenmu, 9-10; Chinese materials, 10; framework for history, 11, 18-19;myths of Age of the Gods, 11-14; records of Emperors, 14-19; in relation to Nihon Shoki, 21-22, 30-31; Chinese models, 25; dates, 30 Kojima Yoshio, 114 Kokin Wakashu, 48-49 Korea, in Kojiki, 16-18;relations with Japan, 17-18; in Mizukagami, 52 Koshitsu, 120-21 Kujo Kanezane, 81, 122 Kume Song, 15-16 Masakadoki, date, 2; author, 70; significance of Masakado rebellion, 71-72 Masukagami, 5, 49, 80, 88, 102, 111; Jokyu War, 82-84; defeat of Emperors, 83-84; narrative, 84-85 Minamoto Tametomo, 68; Yoritomo, 63,64, 82, 88, 110, 126; Yoshitsune, 68-69 Miyoshi Kiyoyuki, 62-62 Mizukagami, 49, 52 Motoori Norinaga, 25, 132 Mutsu Waki, 72-73 Myde Shonin Denki, 5, 88-89, 111, 131; discussion with Hojo Yasutoki, 79-81 Nichiren, 78-79 Nihon Koki, 4, 35, 36, 37, 39 Nihon Montoku Tenno Jitsuroku, 35, 36, 37, 39 Nihon Sandai Jitsuroku, 4, 19, 35, 36, 37, 39, 69, 81 Nihon Shoki, 4, 131; commanded by Emperor Tenmu, 21; date and authors, 20-24; and Chinese histories, 24-29; system of 158 POLITICAL THOUGHT IN JAPANESE HISTORICAL WRITING dates, 29-32, 36; readings at Heian court, 33-34 Nintoku, benevolent Emperor, 10,38, 52 Oda Nobunaga, 75, 117 Okagami, 4, 69, 72; date and author, 49; structure, 49-51; contents, 51-52; narrators Yotsugi and Shigeki, 51,52-53, 56 O no Yasumaro, 8-9 Obito family, 14-15 Oninki, 74 Polybius, 131-32 Records of the Historian, 26, 49-50 rekishi monogatari (historical tales), 4, 44, 56, 85 Saeki Toyoo...

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9780889208742
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2012-06-26
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