A history of Japanese political thought, 1600-1901 / Watanabe Hiroshi ; translated by David Noble.  (Text) (Text)

Watanabe, Hiroshi, 1946-
Noble, David
Call no.: JA84.J3 .W383 2012Series: LTCB international library selection: no. 30.Publication: Tokyo : International House of Japan, 2012Edition: 1st English edDescription: xiv, 543 p. illNotes: Translation of: Nihon seiji shisoshi, 17-19-seiki.ISBN: 9784924971325Subject(s): Political science -- Japan -- History -- 17th centuryPolitical science -- Japan -- History -- 18th centuryPolitical science -- Japan -- History -- 19th centuryPolitical scientists -- JapanLOC classification: JA84.J3 | .W383 2012
Contents:ch. 1 The political thought of the middle kingdom : confucianism -- ch. 2 The sorrows of the Samurai -- ch. 3 The mechanisms of Shogunal Majesty : the Tokugawa political system -- ch. 4 A nation of family businesses -- ch. 5 The lure of dangerous thought : the assimilation of confucianism and resulting tensions -- ch. 6 A neighboring orthodoxy : the Zhu Xi school of Neo-Confucianism -- ch. 7 The paradoxes of love : the thought of Ito Jinsai and Ito Togai -- ch. 8 Serving the "King of Japan" : the philosophy and policies of Arai Hakuseki -- ch. 9 Against modernity : the thought of Ogyu Sorai -- ch. 10 Amorality and rebellion : the collapse of the Sorai Schoolch. 11 Anti-urban Utopianism : the thought of Ando Shoeki -- ch. 12 "Honorable peasants" and protest -- ch. 13 A peculiarly "pure heart" the thought of Motoori Norinaga -- ch. 14 "Motivating the people" : the thought of Kaiho Seiryo -- ch. 15 Defining "Japan" : changes in consciousness -- ch. 16 Sexuality and the social order -- ch. 17 Perceptions of the Western world : a radical shift -- ch. 18 The opening of Japan as a philosophical question -- ch. 19 Collapse and transformation -- ch. 20 The Meiji push for "civilization" -- ch. 21 The ambitions of Fukuzawa Yukichi -- ch. 22 Reason, justice, and Rousseau : the thought of Nakae Chomin.
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Translation of: Nihon seiji shisoshi, 17-19-seiki.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

ch. 1 The political thought of the middle kingdom : confucianism -- ch. 2 The sorrows of the Samurai -- ch. 3 The mechanisms of Shogunal Majesty : the Tokugawa political system -- ch. 4 A nation of family businesses -- ch. 5 The lure of dangerous thought : the assimilation of confucianism and resulting tensions -- ch. 6 A neighboring orthodoxy : the Zhu Xi school of Neo-Confucianism -- ch. 7 The paradoxes of love : the thought of Ito Jinsai and Ito Togai -- ch. 8 Serving the "King of Japan" : the philosophy and policies of Arai Hakuseki -- ch. 9 Against modernity : the thought of Ogyu Sorai -- ch. 10 Amorality and rebellion : the collapse of the Sorai School

ch. 11 Anti-urban Utopianism : the thought of Ando Shoeki -- ch. 12 "Honorable peasants" and protest -- ch. 13 A peculiarly "pure heart" the thought of Motoori Norinaga -- ch. 14 "Motivating the people" : the thought of Kaiho Seiryo -- ch. 15 Defining "Japan" : changes in consciousness -- ch. 16 Sexuality and the social order -- ch. 17 Perceptions of the Western world : a radical shift -- ch. 18 The opening of Japan as a philosophical question -- ch. 19 Collapse and transformation -- ch. 20 The Meiji push for "civilization" -- ch. 21 The ambitions of Fukuzawa Yukichi -- ch. 22 Reason, justice, and Rousseau : the thought of Nakae Chomin.

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