Caodaismus

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Laevus Cao Đài oculus.
Templum Tây Ninh in urbe est sancta principalis ecclesiae Caodaisticae sedes.
Templum Caodaistcum Dallasii in Texia magnae civitati Vietnamicae prodest.
Confucianismus, Taoismus, et Buddhismus sunt Una, pictura modo litang effecta, tres homines ad flumen ridentes monstrat. Domus Song, saeculum 12.

Caodaismus (Vietnamice Đạo Cao Đài, Chữ nôm 道高臺) est religio monotheistica publice Tây Ninh in urbe in Vietnamia meridiana anno 1926 constituta. Plenum religionis nomen proprium est Đại Đạo Tam Kỳ Phổ Độ ('Magna Fides Redemptionis Universalis Orbis Terrarum').[1] Nomen proprium Cao Đài (IPA |kāːw ɗâːj|), ad verbum 'Maximus Dominus' vel 'Maxima Potestas' intellectum,[2] est deitas suprema, quam Caodaisti credunt universum creavisse.[3][4] Caodaisti saepe vocabulo Đức Cao Đài ('Magnus Dominus Venerabilis') pro nomine imminuto utuntur, cuius plenum nomen est Cao Đài Tiên Ông Đại Bồ Tát Ma Ha Tát ('Maxima Potestas, Antiquus Immortalis, Maximus Bodhisattva'). Signum fidei est laevus dei oculus, qui actus yang (masculas, ordinantes, positivas, prolatas) dei creatoris masculi repraesentat, quae ab actibus yin (Vietnamice âm) dei materni, reginae matris occidentalis (Diêu Trì Kim Mẫu, Tây Vương Mẫu), matris humanitatis, librantur.[5]

Assectatores oratione, maioribus venerandis, inviolentia, et vegetarianismo utuntur ut sese cum eorum deo uniantur, atque a saṃsāra liberentur.[6] Aestimationes numerorum Caodaisti in Vietnama variant; gubernatio 4.4 milliones fere ad ecclesiam Tây Ninh affiliatos, vel 6 milliones fere numerat, si aliae sectae adduntur.[7][8][9][10][11] Multi assectatores alii, plerumque Vietnamienses ethnici, in America Septentrionali, Europa, et Australia incolunt.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Hoskins 2012: 3.
  2. Hoskins 2012a: 3.
  3. Hoskins 2012a: 3.
  4. Oliver 1976: 7.
  5. Hoskins 2012a: 3–4.
  6. Hoskins 2015: 1–28
  7. Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, 31 Iulii 2014.
  8. Hoskins 2015: 4, 239.
  9. Eller 2014: 184–186; 188.
  10. Hoskins 2012a: 4.
  11. Hoskins 2012b.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Biederman, Patricia Ward. 2014. Cao Dai Fuses Great Faiths of the World. Los Angeles Times, 7 Ianuarii.
  • Blagov, Sergei. 2012. Caodaism: Vietnamese Traditionalism and Its Leap Into Modernity. Nova Science Publishers. ISBN 1590331508.
  • Eller, Jack David. 2014. Introducing Anthropology of Religion: Culture to the Ultimate. Routledge. ISBN 9781317579144.
  • Goossaert, Vincent, et David A. Palmer. 2011. The Religious Question in Modern China. Sicagi: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 022600533X.
  • Hoskins, Janet Alison. 2012a. What Are Vietnam's Indigenous Religions? Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University. PDF.
  • Hoskins, Janet Alison 2012b. "God's Chosen People": Race, Religion and Anti-Colonial Struggle in French Indochina. Singapurae: Asia Research Institute, National University of Singapore. Textus.
  • Hoskins, Janet Alison. 2015. The Divine Eye and the Diaspora: Vietnamese Syncretism Becomes Transpacific Caodaism. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 9780824851408.
  • Hộ-Pháp Phạm Công Tắc. Divine Path to Eternal Life. Sydney Centre for Studies in Caodaism.
  • Jammes, Jeremy. 2010. Divination and Politics in Southern Vietnam: Roots of Caodaism. Social Compass 57(3): 357–371. doi:10.1177/0037768610375520.
  • Jammes, Jeremy. 2014. Les Oracles du Cao Dai: Étude d'un mouvement religieux vietnamien et de ses réseaux. Lutetiae: Les Indes Savantes. ISBN 9782846543514.
  • Oliver, Victor L. 1976. Caodai Spiritism: A Study of Religion in Vietnamese Society. Brill.
  • Tâm, Đào Công. 1996. The Religious Constitution of CAO ĐÀI Religion. University of Sydney: Sydney Centre for Studies in Caodaism, 8 Novembris.
  • Werner, Jayne. 1981. Peasant Politics and Religious Sectarianism: Peasant and Priest in the Cao Dai in Vietnam. Portu Novo: Yale University Southeast Asian Studies. ISBN 9780938692072.

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]

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