Religion in Modern Taiwan: Tradition and Innovation in a Changing Society
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352pp. September 2003
Religion in Modern Taiwan: Tradition and Innovation in a Changing Society
Editor: Clart, Philip; Jones, Charles B.;
Religion in Modern Taiwan takes a new look at Taiwan's current religious traditions and their fortunes during the twentieth century. Beginning with the cession of Taiwan to Japan in 1895 and the currents of modernization that accompanied it, the es
"Vibrant and insightful ... a tremendously successful work" --Journal of Buddhist Ethics 11 (2004)

"Extremely welcome. We now know more about religion in Taiwan than we have ever known about religion in any other part of the Chinese world." --

Editor: Clart, Philip; Jones, Charles B.;
Philip Clart is assistant professor of East Asian religions in the Department of Religious Studies, University of Missouri--Columbia. Charles B. Jones is associate professor in the Department of Religion and Religious Education at the Cathol
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Introduction
Philip Clart & Charles B. Jones

1. Religion in Taiwan at the End of the Japanese Colonial Period
Charles B. Jones

2. Stability and Change in Taiwan's Religious Culture
Julian Pas

3. Carrying Confucianism into the Modern World:




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