Buddhism and the State in Sixteenth-Century Japan
N. McMullin


The author reassesses the reasons for Nobunaga's attacks on the Buddhist temples and explores the long-term effects of his activities on the temples and on the relation between Buddhism and the state.

First published in 1985.

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