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Shinto

Religious Beliefs

How does one know when he or she has crossed the moral divide?

Shame is a very powerful index of morality in Shinto tradition. What members of some traditions identify as moral guilt incurred objectively as a result of some specific act, Shinto tradition regards a breach of social contract for which the individual ought to be ashamed and seek forgiveness through purification.



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