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Contemporary Japanese thought

edited by Richard F. Calichman

(Weatherhead books on Asia)

Columbia University Press, c2005

  • : cloth
  • : pbk

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注記

Includes bibliographical references and index

収録内容

  • The politics of teasing / Ehara Yumiko
  • A feminist view of Maruyama Masao's modernity / Ehara Yumiko
  • The imaginary geography of a nation and denationalized narrative / Kang Sangjung
  • The discovery of the "Orient" and Orientalism / Kang Sangjung
  • Overcoming modernity / Karatani Kōjin
  • Sōseki's diversity : on Kokoro / Karatani Kōjin
  • The wonderland of "immortality" / Nishitani Osamu
  • Two negations : the fear of being excluded and the logic of self-esteem / Naoki Sakai
  • Japanese neo-nationalism : a critique of Katō Norihiro's "After the defeat" discourse / Takahashi Tetsuya
  • From the Hinomaru and Kimigayo to the symbolic emperor system / Takahashi Tetsuya
  • In the feminine guise : a trap of reverse Orientalism / Ueno Chizuko
  • Collapse of "Japanese mothers" / Ueno Chizuko
  • Colonialism and modernity / Ukai Satoshi
  • Reflections beyond the flag : why is the Hinomaru flag "auspicious/foolish"? / Ukai Satoshi

内容説明・目次

内容説明

Appearing for the first time in English, the writings in this collection reflect some of the most innovative and influential work by Japanese intellectuals in recent years. The volume offers a rare and much-needed window into the crucial ideas and positions currently shaping Japanese thought (shiso). In addressing the political, historical, and cultural issues that have dominated Japanese society, these essays cross a range of disciplines, including literary theory, philosophy, history, gender studies, and cultural studies. Contributors examine Japan's imperialist and nationalist past as well as representations and remembrances of this history. They also critique recent efforts in Japanese right-wing circles to erase or obscure the more troubling aspects of Japan's colonial enterprise in East Asia. Other essays explore how Japan has viewed itself in regard to the West and the complex influence of Western thought on Japanese intellectual and political life. The volume's groundbreaking essays on issues of gender and the contested place of feminist thought in Japan discuss the similarities between the emotional bullying of women who do not accept traditional gender roles and teasing in schools; how the Japanese have adopted elements of Western orientalism to discredit feminism; and historical constructions of Japanese motherhood.

目次

Acknowledgments Introduction, by Richard F. Calichman 1. Ehara Yumiko The Politics of Teasing A Feminist View of Maruyama Masao's Modernity 2. Kang Sangjung The Imaginary Geography of a Nation and Denationalized Narrative The Discovery of the "Orient" and Orientalism 3. Karatani Ko Jin Overcoming Modernity Soseki's Diversity: On Kokoro 4. Nishitani Osamu The Wonderland of "Immortality" 5. Naoki Sakai Two Negations: The Fear of Being Excluded and the Logic of Self-Esteem 6. Takahashi Tetsuya Japanese Neo-Nationalism: A Critique of Kato Norihiro's "After the Defeat" Discourse From the Hinomaru and Kimigayo to the Symbolic Emperor System 7. Ueno Chizuko In the Feminine Guise: A Trap of Reverse Orientalism Collapse of "Japanese Mothers" 8. Ukai Satoshi Colonialism and Modernity Reflections Beyond the Flag: Why Is the Hinomaru Flag "Auspicious/Foolish"? Glossary List of Contributors Index of Names

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詳細情報

  • NII書誌ID(NCID)
    BA73570783
  • ISBN
    • 023113620X
    • 0231136218
  • LCCN
    2004065672
  • 出版国コード
    us
  • タイトル言語コード
    eng
  • 本文言語コード
    eng
  • 原本言語コード
    jpn
  • 出版地
    New York, N.Y.
  • ページ数/冊数
    viii, 309 p.
  • 大きさ
    23 cm
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