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Reading Japan

Reading Japan

Asia as a New Ideological Task, and Since Then

Author YAMAMURO Shinichi Date 2012-06-30
Contents

Lecture Note

  1. Spatial Meaning of “Asia”
  2. Spatial Cognition in the Liberal Arts and Social Science
  3. Political Function of Spatial Cognition
  4. Trinity of Axis, Chain-Reaction, and Speculation
  5. Methodology as a Chain-Reaction
  6. Extraction of Asia as a Spatial Figure
  7. Ideological Chain of Historical Thought and its Cycle
  8. Standardization, Liquefaction, and Uniqueness in Forming a Nation of Citizens
  9. Duplicity and Stages in Meiji Nation
  10. Superficial Employment of Citizen-Empire
  11. Integration and Segregation Principles of Citizen-Empire
  12. What is the Nature of the Citizen-Empire?
  13. Spatial Cognition in Citizen-Empire
  14. Personnel Education in Citizen-Empire
  15. Opposing Power of the Citizen-Empire
  16. Perspectives on WW1 Research

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