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The Resource An encouragement of learning, Fukuzawa Yukichi ; translated by David A. Dilworth ; introduction by Nishikawa Shunsaku

An encouragement of learning, Fukuzawa Yukichi ; translated by David A. Dilworth ; introduction by Nishikawa Shunsaku

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An encouragement of learning
Title
An encouragement of learning
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Fukuzawa Yukichi ; translated by David A. Dilworth ; introduction by Nishikawa Shunsaku
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  • eng
  • jpn
  • eng
Summary
The intellectual and social theorist Yukichi Fukuzawa wrote An Encouragement of Learning (1872?1876) as a series of pamphlets as he completed his critical masterpiece, An Outline of a Theory of Civilization (1875). Closely linked, the two texts illustrate the core tenets of Fukuzawa's theoretical outlook: freedom and equality as inherent to human nature, independence as the goal of any individual and nation, and the transformation of the Japanese mind as key to moving forward in a rapidly evolving political and cultural landscape. Fukuzawa called for the adoption of Western modes of ..
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index present
Literary form
non fiction
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  • bibliography
An encouragement of learning, Fukuzawa Yukichi ; translated by David A. Dilworth ; introduction by Nishikawa Shunsaku
Label
An encouragement of learning, Fukuzawa Yukichi ; translated by David A. Dilworth ; introduction by Nishikawa Shunsaku
Link
http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.7312/fuku16714
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
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mixed
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
The equality of men -- The equality of nations -- National independence through personal independence -- The duty of scholars -- Speech delivered 1 January 1874 -- The importance of national laws -- The duties of citizens of the nation -- Respect for the independence of others -- A letter to old friends in Nakatsu stating two ways of learning -- Letter to old friends in Nakatsu, continued -- The falsity of the idea of moral subordination -- An encouragement of public speaking -- The refinement of conduct -- The damage of envy in society -- A criticism in people's thoughts -- The meaning of the word sewa -- Methodic doubt and selective judgment -- The spirit of independence in everyday affairs -- The compatibility of intention and activity -- On popularity
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1 online resource (xxxi, 156 pages)
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online
Isbn
9780231536615
Media category
computer
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rdamedia
Media type code
c
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