노부나가(織田信長) 정권 말기 미카도(天皇)의 정치적 지위
The Political Standing of the Emperor in the Last Years of Oda-Nobunaga"s Regime
This paper aims at analysing the relationship between the emperor and the Nobunaga regime after the Nobunaga"s voluntary resignation of court rank. The court"s effort to bring about a reconciliation between Nobunaga and the Honganji Temple was devised to elevate the authority of the court by taking advantage of political uncertainty of the time. Its failure, however, only precipitated the decline of the court"s political influence. Nobunaga succeeded in dividing the court by dedicating the Nijo mansion and became able to exert strong influence over the court nobility. After the establishment of reconciliation in the wake of the third Honganji battle Nobunaga emerged as public power in the realm authorized by the emperor. Nobunaga established his position that "he is the realm" by reconciling with the Honganji temple and became free from anti-Nobunaga struggle waged by the peasants. He succeeded in destroying the political base of the emperor by separating the court from the religious power. As a result the political influence of the emperor came to a halt. The military parade of Nobunagas forces demonstrated his paramount position as a central power. The emperor tried to maintain his political influence given by the ritsuryo political structure by incorporating Nobunaga into the court rank system. Nobunaga tried to turn his military power into state power, but his effort came to an end due to his assassination at the Honnoji temple.
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