Making a Moral Society: Ethics and the State in Meiji Japan

University of Hawaii Press (2009)
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Introduction: Ethics and the universal in Meiji Japan -- Civilization and foolishness : contextualizing ethics in early Meiji Japan -- The epistemology of Rinrigaku -- Rinrigaku and religion : the formation and fluidity of moral subjectivity -- Resisting civilizational hierarchies : the ethics of spirit and the spirit of the people -- Approaching the moral ideal : national morality, the state, and dangerous thought -- Epilogue: The ethics of humanism and moral particularism in twentieth-century Japan.

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Japanese Confucian Philosophy.John Tucker - 2008 - Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy.

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