1. Edo-period popularized blend of Buddhist, Shinto and Confucian ethical teachings (popularised)See also 心学
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2. ShingakuShingaku (心学, lit. "heart learning") is a Japanese religious movement, founded by Ishida Baigan and further developed by Teshima Toan, which was especially influential during the Tokugawa period. Shingaku has been characterized as coming from a Neo-Confucian tradition, integrating principles from Zen Buddhism. It has been speculated, Shingaku was one of the cultural foundations for Japan's industrialization. (Sawada, 1993; Bellah, 1957)
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