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Taigen Hashimoto

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Department of Eastern Philosophy and Culture
International Research Center for Philosophy
Institute of Oriental Studies
Course of Indian Philosophy and Buddhist Studies
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Researcher Profile and Settings

Association Memberships

  • JAPANESE ASSOCIATION OF INDIAN AND BUDDHIST STUDIES
  • JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR RELIGIOUS STUDIES
  • JAPANESE ASSOCIATION FOR SOUTH ASIAN STUDIES
  • THE NIPPON BUDDHIST RESEARCH ASSOCIATION

Research Activities

Research Areas

  • Literature, Literature in general
  • Philosophy, Chinese philosophy/Indian philosophy/Buddhist studies

Research Interests

    Hinduism, Bhaktism

Published Papers

  • The Concept of God's Self-Realization in the Religious Thought of Guru Nanak, HASHIMOTO Taigen, (55) 79 - 97, 03
  • Nanak's Conception of the Divine In the Guru Granth Sahib, Eastern Philosophy and Cilture, (Ⅱ) (20) - (43), 03
  • The Life of Guru Arjan, the Compiler of the Sikh'sScripture: in the History and the Tradition, HASHIMOTO Taigen, Eastern Philosophy and Culture, (Ⅰ) 86 - 103, 03
  • An Introduction to the Sikh Study: A General Survey of Sikh Literature , (38) 136 - 117, 03
  • A Study of the Gorakhnath's Bani : Text, Japanese Translation and Notes of raga-ramagri 11-32, (37) 154 - 129, 03
  • Shikoku Pilgrimage 'Henro', Japan, ラーナー スィンフ, 橋本 泰元, 南アジア・アフェアーズ : 岐阜女子大学南アジア研究センター研究紀要, 南アジア・アフェアーズ : 岐阜女子大学南アジア研究センター研究紀要, 7, 27 - 67, 03
  • A study of the Gorakhnath's Bani: text, Japanese translation and notes of raga-ramagri 1-10, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 178 - 165, 03
  • A Study of an Aspect of Kabir's Bhakti with the Text and Translation of the Gyana Caunmtisa in the Bijak, HASHIMOTO Taigen, 213 - 222, Refereed
  • Theology and Ecological Ethics in the Earthly Heaven of Krsna as Reflected in Medieval Hinduism(Religion and Eco-philosophy: A Focus on the Oriental Religious Tradition,Panels,THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE SIXTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL CONVENTION OF THE JAPANESE ASSOCIATI, HASHIMOTO Taigen, Journal of religious studies, Journal of religious studies, 83, (4) 1276 - 1278, 03 30
  • A study of the Gorakhnath's Bani: text, Japanese translation and notes of sabadi 151-276, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 176 - 148, 03
  • A study of the Gorakhnath's Bani: text, Japanese translation and notes of sabadi 101-150, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 119 - 106, 03
  • A study of the Gorakhnath's Bani: text, Japanese translation and notes of Sabadi 42-100, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 147 - 132, 03
  • An introductory study of the Gorakhnath's Bani based on the Pitambaradatta Barthvala's edition, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 177 - 159, 03
  • Bhaktism in the Medieval Northen India and Saint-Poetess MiIram-bai, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 81 - 53, 03
  • Popula Religious Thoughts in the Medieval North India and kabir, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 92 - 56, 03
  • Kabir's Views of Language and of Life and Death, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 165 - 147
  • The Dohas (Couplets) of Kabir : Their History and Teachings, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, 105 - 88, 03
  • Biographies of Kabir and Their Socioreligious Meanings, Bulletin of Orientology, Bulletin of Orientology, p109 - 89, 03
  • Pilgrims Aspiring toward Unity with Krsna, the Hinhu Deity of Justice and Love, SAKATA Teiji, TANAKA Takako, HASHIMOTO Taigen, FUKUNAGA Masaaki, Journal of Asian and African studies, Journal of Asian and African studies, 37, 69 - 121

Misc

  • South Asia, HASHIMOTO Taigen, Shigaku zasshi, 109, (5) 935 - 939,   2000 05 20
  • South Asia (Historical Studies in Japan, 1993), HASHIMOTO Taigen, Shigaku zasshi, 103, (5) 916 - 919,   1994 05 20

Research Grants & Projects

  • A study on the rhythmical construction of the Hindi and Urdu metre and its origin in Persian prosody, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(B)), Hiroko NAGASAKI, The members of this project team studied the structure and basic principles of Hindi, Urdu, Bengali and Persian metres. The main purpose of this project is to find the influence of Persian metre on Urdu as well as Hindi metres which derived from traditional Indo-Aryan metre. We made the digital poetics database of Hindi, Urdu, Bengali and Persian metres with samples of recitation, and made them available to the public on the project Web site. The most remarkable discovery is that Urdu metre which applied Persian metre developed a poetic rhythm, a uniquely Indian metre unknown in Persian metrical tradition, and it is essentially identical with ?ry? of Sanskrit metre. Another discovery is the Savaiy? class of Hindi metre, a doubled form of original Sanskrit metre with end rhyme which have been popular since the 16th century. Interestingly, the development of this class took place under the influence of Urdu and Persian metres. The musicologist members of the project tried to find the relationship between the verbal rhythm and the music rhythm of recitation. The members of this research group wrote papers on these findings and they will be published as a book Indo-Persian Prosody and Recitation in 2011.
  • A Synthetic Study on the Principle of Symbiosis in Buddhism and Other Religious Thought, Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research(基盤研究(A)), Akira SUGANUMA, A Synthetic Study on the Principles of Symbiosis in Buddhism and Other ReligionsThis study aims to analyze the principles of symbiosis in Buddhism and other religious thoughts, and to try to synthetically comprehend them, focusing on the theme as follows,1)Does the principle of symbiosis function in Buddhism?2)If it does, then how does it function?3)How does the principle of symbiosis in Buddhism associate with the other religious thoughts?In these three years, 17 scholars as a team have tried to inquire the common theme, approaching through their own fields.During the first two years, each scholar has studied individually the principle of symbiosis in his own field, and in every year the scholars had a meeting to discuss the common theme as their interim research reports. These annual discussions had effectively made the results of their philological studies in the limited area critically reviewed standing on wider viewpoints, and succeeded in deepening their own studies.In the final year, each scholar has tried to crystallize logical basis for the principle of symbiosis in his field basing on results of the discussions.Needless to say, the subject of symbiosis is now a universal concern of humanity, and an important topic in all fields. A study on the principle of it in a strict sense, however, does not yet seem to be carried out. Our synthetic study of it, therefore, should be appreciated as a fundamental one, and be able to offer some effective proposals to the modern society.