Euskal-japoniar kidetasuna misiolarietan: Sauveur Candau (1897-1955) eta japoniar pentsaeraren jabekuntza

Vasconia. Cuadernos de Historia-Geografía, 44 [on line]

Anduaga, Aitor; Hagio, Sho

Publication year:
2020
Publication place:
Donostia
Characteristics:
BIBLID [1136-6834, eISSN 2386-5539 (2020), 44; 93-126]
ISSN:
1136-6834, eISSN 2386-5539

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This article analyses the adaptation of Sauveur Candau (1897-1955) and other contemporary Basque missionaries to the Japanese culture. Instead of traditional national narratives, it adopts a global approach, paying attention to the Basque-Japanese intercultural affinities that shaped the transmission of evangelical doctrine. It s how the Basque missionaries interpreted both these affinities and the similarities the Basque and Japanese languages. Candau’s so-called “psychological method” reflecting his appropriation of the Japanese way of thinking, represents the evolution from the awareness of cultural affinity to adaptation.

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