男爵本多政以の思想と事業 : 泊園学と禅宗 [in Japanese] Baron Honda Masazane's Thought and Business : Hakuen and Zen school [in Japanese]
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In this paper, I consider about the thought and business of Honda Masazane who founded the silk industry in Kanazawa, in order to understand the personality of businessmen from Hakuen-Shoin. I take up his biography named "Danshaku-Honda-Masazane-Den". As a result of this study, I found that he was inclined toward Buddhism after he graduated from Hakuen-Shoin. But, I think that he upheld the practical aspects of Confucianism. Also, I noticed that Sumitomo's managers participated in the Zen group to which he belonged at that time.
- 東アジア文化交渉研究 = Journal of East Asian cultural interaction studies
東アジア文化交渉研究 = Journal of East Asian cultural interaction studies (9), 305-317, 2016-03