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  • A Study of Sideline in Meiji-Taisho Era and Side Job of Upper and Middle-Class Family  [in Japanese]

    Kiyoko EITOH

    甲子園短期大学紀要 (32), 1-8, 2014

  • A preliminary study about Buddhist views of the afterlife: an application to early childhood education  [in Japanese]

    寺田 喜朗 , Yoshiro TERADA , 鈴鹿短期大学 , Suzuka Junior College

    This paper aims to survey Japanese traditional views of the afterlife, focusing on some famous Buddhist sutras and thought. Furthermore, I try to apply these ideas which I obtained through this study to early childhood education.At first, I grasp an opinion from T. Umehara about a view of death in Japan. Then, after having a look at studies by A. Hirata and K. Yanagita, I examine the differences among primitive Buddhist sutras, Mahayanistic ones, and Japanese ones.This study brings out some topics; (1) differences between Japanese indigenous view of the afterlife and Buddhist one, (2) differences between original Buddhist view of the afterlife and Japanese Buddhist one, (3) the Japanese ethos of life. After considering these topics, I point out the importance of these views of the afterlife in early childhood education.

    Journal of Suzuka Junior College 30, 157-185, 2010


  • An Introduction of the Legal Culture (4)  [in Japanese]

    Ikeda Masaaki

    St. Paul's review of law and politics -(84), 1-93, 2012

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  • Enryo Inoue and Inazo Nitobe: the Dengaku and the Dikatagaku as a main matter  [in Japanese]

    SATO Shun'ichi

    東洋法学 53(3), 313-341, 2010-03


  • A Study of Fake Business, Revisited : Modern Business Philosophy  [in Japanese]

    YAMAZAKI Kazukuni

    My intent of sub-titling 'reconsideration' is relevant to the observation that in the process of denouncing a company or an individual as Fake Business. One merely keeps to his or her own ethical views, but with lack of due consideration. Fraud is unarguably defined (Criminal Law, sec. 246), yet Fake Business is not. Fraud crime is clear in terms of causes, while Fake Business is ambiguous. Therefore, I pointed out that Fake Business deviate so called 'Real Business Notion'. In this discussion, I needed to define what 'Real Business Notion' is. I canvassed examples among historical events, simultaneously I examined how the notions formed in the examples. Recently, I summarize the process and categorize how Real Business would run into Fake Business.

    Management development 12(2), 37-48, 2009-06-10

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  • The thought of "Houtoku" and entrepreneur ethics : Transformation from an agricultural norm to corporate philosophy(General Themes)  [in Japanese]

    Hasegawa Naoya

    It can be said that the thought of Hotoku and the ideas of the activities of social entrepreneurs, proposed by Okada Ryoichiro, are the base of the social responsibility of enterprises and the activities of social entrepreneurs, which have a lot of attention paid to today. By accepting the thought of utilitarian, Okada's Principle of ZAIHONTOKUMATSU expanded the limit of the thought of Hotoku, which had been regarded as the regeneration power of farming folks. It is believed that, as a result, the principle of ZAIHONTOKUMATSU had changed the quality of the thought of Hotoku, which had been the regulations for farmers, to entrepreneurs' philosophy in modern industries.

    Journal of Japan Society for Business Ethics Study 15(0), 167-178, 2008


  • The human death and post-mortem (part 1) The vision of Japanese Zen-Buddhist anthropology  [in Japanese]

    Kirishima Rei S.

    Bulletin of Kagoshima Women's Junior College (43), 95-120[含 英語文要旨], 2008


  • The history of business education: a view on business ethics  [in Japanese]

    KOMIYAMA Takayuki


    愛知学院大学論叢 商学研究 47(1・2), 39-63, 2006-12

  • An Atmosphere of Anxiety Hangs over Contemporary Japanese Society  [in Japanese]

    ODAKA Konosuke

    As we finally reach the exit of the prolonged "bubble deflation" (c. 1990-2005), Japanese youth seem to be uncertain about their future career directions, as vividly symbolized by the large number of so-called "freeters," meaning young men and women aged under 35 who are neither students nor full-time, regular employees. In order to dispel this atmosphere of anxiety, the author suggests several schemes including the following: (1) The modularization of white-collar jobs into interchangeable, independent components, each of which can be grasped through occupational training courses and be combined flexibly for the execution of professional requirements; (2) The institution of long-term business internships, extending for at least six to twelve months, where trainees can gain a grasp of the essential ingredients of occupational careers; and (3) A bold overhaul of higher-education curricula with a focal point on interdisciplinary training including a renewed concept of "general education," which encourages mental and spiritual sensitiveness as well as creative thinking by students.

    Economic review 73(4), 567-580, 2006-03


  • The Origin of "Buraku Mondai" Issue  [in Japanese]

    Yoshida Norio

    The Law review of Kansai University 55(4・5), 1088-1112, 2006-02


  • A Study of Fake Business, Revised : Modern Business Philosophy(Musashino Gakuin University Faculty of International Communication)  [in Japanese]

    Yamazaki Kazukuni


    The bulletin of Musashino Gakuin University 3, 69-87, 2006

  • An Imquiry into the Meaning of School Career for Women  [in Japanese]

    Yoshitomo WATANABE

    Bulletin of Cultural Research Institute,Aoyama Gakuin Women's Junior College (13), 79-98, 2005-12

  • Genealogy and Historical Trends in Theories of Cultivate Economics  [in Japanese]

    Sasaki Akihiko

    Journal of Kyushu Kyoritsu University Faculty of Economics (102), 15-35, 2005-10

  • A Comparative Study of Work Value of the East Asian People:—— Japan, China, Taiwan, and South Korea ——  [in Japanese]

    MIYOSHI Yoshihiro , YOSHINO Ryozo

    This study focuses on the similarities and differences of the work values among the peoples studies in our East Asia Value Survey conducted during 2002-2004. It shows useful aspects of cross-national comparison on the East Asia.<br>Some researchers consider that the East Asia is under the influence of Confucianism, as the western countries under the influence of Christianity. It is said that scholars and civil servants are more respected than practical workers in Confucian ethics. Therefore, Maoism in China emphasized practical workers (farmers and labors) more respected. On the other hand, Confucian ethics of Japan was accepted among samurai (warrior)'s ethics at Edo era, may have been lost in the stream of democratization after Meiji era and in the reorganization after World War II. <br>The questionnaire of our East Asia Value Survey included two open questions about the occupation: “What occupation do you respect most ?”; “What is the occupation you yourself would like to have ?” The results of these responses indicate that the three categories as “Teacher”, “Medical Doctor” and “None or Don't Know” are useful criteria for the comparison among East Asian Peoples.

    Kodo Keiryogaku (The Japanese Journal of Behaviormetrics) 32(2), 173-189, 2005

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  • "Realism Spirit" in Shan-tao and its Historical Development  [in Japanese]

    AKIYAMA Hiromasa , HARADA Kazuo , MATSUDA Masanori

    From books by Shan-tao's (Zendo's) we consider that he held "the spirit looking squarely at reality" throughout his life, and we name it "Realism Spirit". In this paper, we examine Shan-tao's life and his formed thought by using "Realism Spirit" for a keyword, and argue that "Realism Spirit" comes from his reading of the true meaning of the Sutra on Contemplation of Amitayus. We show that "Realism Spirit" is also the spirit of Pr. Honen, who modernized the religion in Japan. Honen made the Copernican change from "national religion" to "religion for redemption of individual" in the Buddhism in Japan. This change brought Kamakura Neo-Buddhism of which the continued leaders were Eisai, Shinran, Dogen, Nichiren and Ippen. Katsuichiro Kamei named this epoch-making change "the beginning of the Reformation in Japan" and pointed out that it began in 1198 when Honen wrote the Collection of Passages concerning the Recitation of Amida's Name of the Selected Original Vow. Shinran, a disciple of Honen, celebrated such achievements accomplished by Shan-tao in the history of Mahayana Buddhism and said that "Shan-tao alone could clarify the true meaning of the Gautama Buddha's doctrine" Shan-tao's "Realism Spirit" was introduced to Japan by Honen and has had great influence on the thought in Japan through Shinran until today. For example, Kitaro Nishida's thought, such as "the logic of place" and "the existence itself as the absolute duality, which means the absolute contradiction and the mutual supplement between two kinds of self-recognition" (abbreviated as "Existence Itself as Absolute Duality"), is discussed to be influenced by Shan-tao's. The modern meaning of Shan-tao's thought is discussed in relation to the contradiction and the mutual supplement between the culture and the counter-culture.

    Bulletin of Kurashiki Sakuyo University & Sakuyo Junior College 38(1), 1-51, 2005

  • Human Eternal Destiny : Part 3 : Zen-Buddhist Doctrine of Human Eternal Beatitude or Perdition  [in Japanese]

    Kirishima Rei S.

    Bulletin of Kagoshima Women's Junior College (40), 111-144, 2005


  • FIRE BELT AND FIREPROOF BUILDINGS : A study of fire prevention policies in the native town of Yokohama in the Meiji period  [in Japanese]

    TSUKADA Kei , TSUCHIMOTO Toshikazu

    The " Convention of Improvement of Settlement, Race Course, Cemetery, &c. of Yokohama" (the 3rd Estate Regulation) was established in 1866. This town planning of Yokohama was the first modem one in Japan. R. H. Brunton was emploied as pioneer engineering soon after the disastrous fire of November 26, 1866. Brunton proposed for the plan of Public Garden (today, Yokohama Kouen and Yokohama Stadium) and Street (today, Nihon O-dori) between the native and foreign towns Kannai, Yokohama. The local government announced a fire prevention plans of the red-brick or stone housing project on April 24,1872. However, this project was not completed . And, row houses codes were promulgated by indigenous technology in June 26, 1886.

    Journal of Architecture and Planning (Transactions of AIJ) 69(581), 183-190, 2004

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  • Lessons for Modern Managerial Philosophy in the Family Precepts of Edo-period Merchants  [in Japanese]

    ARATA Kohji

    Companies (profit-oriented organizations) and organizations (non-profit organizations) are the public institutions which play a role in offering goods required for people's life, companies' and organizations' production. And yet it is well known these days especially in US that shareholder value management to maximize shareholder value is the fundamental in business management. Companies try to obtain a profit (especially a short-term profit) by fair means or foul, just to boost shareholder value. Therefore some companies neglect the security and the law, run their business, then many accidents and corporate scandals happen. It follows that they lose credibility, in some cases they would be driven into bankruptcy. That's why we need to appreciate the primary business role in society. The basis is not the shareholder value management. That is what many individuals directly related to a company promote shareholder management, contribute to the satisfaction for stakeholders. We have merchant family precepts well-established in Edo-period, which become a role model for business operations throughout the times, in all sorts of business fields. This manuscript summarizes a management concept to meet the needs of the times, based on the stakeholder management learning the right lesson from Japanese merchant family precepts.

    関西国際大学地域研究所叢書 1, 67-79, 2004-03


  • All Contents of the Kaitokudo Data Base  [in Japanese]

    YUASA Kunihiro

    Memoirs of the Graduate School of Letters,Osaka University 42, 1-320, 2002-03

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  • Intrinsic Logics of Sontoku Ninomiya's Thoughts ("Hotoku Shiso") and His Plans and Activities ("Hotoku Shiho"), and Their Succession by the "Hotoku-sha" in Modern Japan  [in Japanese]

    前田 寿紀 , Hisanori Maeda

    Bulletin of the College of Sociology,Shukutoku University (36), 227-280, 2002


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