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Title: 西班牙台灣的宗教與合法性
Religion and Legitimacy in Spanish Formosa
Authors: 馬佐迪
Mallol Sala, Jordi
Contributors: 藍適齊
Lan, Shi-Chi
馬佐迪
Mallol Sala, Jordi
Keywords: 合法性
宗教
殖民主義
殖民化
帝國主義
西班牙帝國
西班牙福爾沙
十六世紀
十七世紀
Legitimacy
Religion
Colonialism
Colonization
Imperialism
Spanish Empire
Spanish Formosa
Sixteenth Century
Seventeenth Century
Date: 2021
Issue Date: 2021-08-04 16:20:12 (UTC+8)
Abstract: 本論文旨在探討西班牙帝國於十六、十七世紀間,宗教在征服合法化中的作用,並透過台灣殖民化為案例研究。現代國家的出現、對理解世界和宗教的改變,及人類在現代時期中所扮演的角色,都影響了人們對道德與合法性觀念上的理解。此分析基於對教會與國家關係之間的理解、宗教在權力結構中的核心作用、利用宗教皈依來改造本土空間以及西班牙傳教士以“邊境機構”的服務作為邊境開放系統的基礎概念下進行。首先,本論文認為,宗教是帝國的首要核心元素,儘管在台灣的殖民時期短暫,但仍然體現西班牙帝國主義在每個佔領階段的功能。其次,宗教辯護在
國家結構中的成功率很高,而在本土社會中則較為有限。第三,儘管殖民者大多數的行為都符合道義,但有些事件可能都意味著殖民過程中存在的利益衝突。
This thesis explores the role of religion in legitimizing conquest during the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Spanish Empire through the colonization of Taiwan as a case study. The emergence of the modern states, the changes in
understanding the world, religion, and the role of men experienced during the Modern Era affected how the ideas of morality and legitimacy were understood. The analysis is made through the understanding of the Church and State relations, the central role of religion in the power structures, the use of religious conversion to transform the native spaces, and the concept of ‘frontier institution,’ in which the Spanish missions served as a fundamental piece in the frontier opening system. This thesis defends that, first, religion was a central element of the Empire and that, although the shortness of the Formosan colony, the main features of Spanish imperialism were present in each stage of the conquest. Second, the success of the religious justifications was high among the state structures and more limited among the native societies. And third, even though most of the colonizer's actions responded to the moral justifications, some events might suggest conflicting interests in the colonization process.
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