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Japanese thought in the Tokugawa period, 1600-1868 : methods and metaphors / edited by Tetsuo Najita and Irwin Scheiner.

; Scheiner, Irwin
Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 1978.
ISBN 0226568016, 0226568024

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Other Authors Najita, Tetsuo.
Scheiner, Irwin.
Subjects Intellectual life.
Japan -- Intellectual life -- 1600-1868.
Japon -- Vie intellectuelle -- 1600-1868.
Japón -- Historia -- Período Tokugawa, 1600 1868.
Description xiii, 209 pages ; 24 cm
Copyright Date 1978.
Notes Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Method and analysis in the conceptual portrayal of Tokugawa intellectual history / Tetsuo Najita -- Benevolent lords and honorable peasants: rebellion and peasant consciousness in Tokugawa Japan / Irwin Scheiner -- The consciousness of archaic form in the new realism of Kokugaku / H.D. Harootunian -- Saussure's linguistic theories and the study of Japanese intellectual history / Shigeki Niiyama -- Baigan and Sorai: continuities and discontinuities in eighteenth-century Japanese thought / Robert N. Bellah -- Ogyū Sorai and the distinguishing features of Japanese Confucianism / Masahide Bito -- The constitutionalism of Inoue Kowashi / Yukishi Sakai -- The idea of heaven: a Tokugawa foundation for natural rights theory / Sannosuke Matsumoto.
Geographic Area Japan
Network Numbers (OCoLC)3649950
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