Die Seidenstraße. Konnektivität als Motor von „Grobalization“ und „Glocalization“ am Beispiel des chinesischen Buddhismus

Clemens Leopold Steinwender

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The following paper deals with the connectivity of the Silk Roads and how these networks function as a driving force of globalizing phenomena, especially of Grobalization and Glocalization, demonstrated by the example of Chinese Buddhism. It will examine the advent of Buddhism and its spread via the Silk Roads, the Chinese response to this new religion, the pilgrim journeys of Chinese monks to India, and the case study of Dunhuang. As will be shown, the networks of the Silk Roads formed a stable basis for the spread of Buddhism to China, amongst other things due to their continuity and the support of official and private institutions.


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DOI: https://doi.org/10.15203/historia.scribere.11.802

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