Weapons and Judicial Violence
Thomas Conlan, in his book, State of War, The Violent Order of Fourteenth-Century
Japan, introduces the Japanese warriors and presents the dynamics of warfare at the fo
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Hogen Incident: July 1156, civil war, dispute between members of the same
Minamoto Yoshitomo, son of Minamoto Tameyoshi (sided with Sutoku),
sided with Emperor Go-Shirakawa
Taira Kiyomori, (-1181) head of Taira clan, sided with Emp
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Arts of Peace:
It meant that a warrior should be liberate in order to utilize the rich store of experience in
tactics, strategy, fortification, logistics, and military psychology. It includes the Chinese
philosophy, and Japanese histo
The Notions of Bushido, samurai, and peasants in the Sixteenth-Century
The Japanese society was profoundly instable since it had entered into the Warring States
Period. The frequent civil war among warlo
Samurai in Film Midterm Notes
Rise of the Warriors in the 1150s
General background for warriors.
The political events of the 1150s
1156 Hogen Disturbance.
1159 Heiji Disturbance.
The psychological shock of violence in the capital