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Kokutai no Hongi

Kokutai no Hongi

cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan

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Published by Harvard University Press in Cambridge,Mass .
Written in English


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Statementtranslated by John Owen Gauntlett and edited with an introduction by Robert King Hall.
ContributionsHall, Robert King.
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Open LibraryOL14389400M

The document known as the "Kokutai no Hongi" was actually a pamphlet of pages, an official publication of the Japanese Ministry of Education, first issued in March and eventually circulated in millions of copies throughout the home islands and the empire. It contained the official teaching of the Japanese state on every aspect of. Kokutai no Hongi (Meicho Fukkan Bunko) (Japanese Edition) - Kindle edition by Monbusho, Tadashi Nakamura. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Kokutai no Hongi (Meicho Fukkan Bunko) (Japanese Edition).

Although both documents express similar ideologies, the documents were written due to different conditions. Hitler’s ideas expressed in “Mein Kampf” evolved from his hatred of Jews and enmity of the German parliament; on the other hand, “Kokutai No Hongi” ideas resulted from the oligarchy’s need to maintain their status and Japanese assimilation of European and American cultures. The Shinmin no michi (Way of Subjects) was supplemented in by the Ie no michi (家の道 or formally, 家の道:文部省戦時家庭教育指導要項解説 Ie no michi: Monbushō senji katei kyōiku shidō yōkō kaisetsu), which elaborated on sections of the Kokutai no hongi (国体の本義 "Cardinal Principles of the National Entity.

This book is a revised and enlarged translation of the author’s work: Shintô und die Konzeption des japanischen Nationalwesens (kokutai). Der religiöse Traditio-nalismus in Neuzeit und Moderne Japans. (Handbuch der Orientalistik, vol. V/ 8). Lei-den: Brill ISBN Translation: Anthony De Pasquale et al. Online publication by. Compared to earlier rescripts, Kokutai no hongi is notably sounds more paranoid in its descriptions of 'Western' ideas and more confident in the naturalness of modern Japanese nationalism. Tripartite Pact Between Germany, Italy, and Japan (27 September ).


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Kokutai that would establish an orthodox interpretation of the “national essence” for the Japanese people. The resulting page pamphlet, Kokutai no hongi, was published in March with an initial print run ofcopies, although more than two million were eventually distributed in Japan and the empire.

Kokutai no hongi wasFile Size: KB. Published by the Japanese government inthe Kokutai no Hongi has been likened to Mein Kampf in that it officially dictated the peculiar national disciplines of the Japanese for the prewar and war years.

Banned in Japan by General MacArthur and never published elsewhere, it is here presented to the American public for the first time. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents.

The Homeland and the Life of the People. Ceremonial Rites and Morality. Kokutai no hongi: Cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan Japan. Kokutai No Hongi Hardcover – February 5, by Robert King Hall (Editor), John Owen Gauntlett (Translator) See all 4 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions.

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We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. Editors Introduction. 3: Introduction. Kokutai No Hongi Japan. Monbushō Snippet view - Kokutai no hongi: Cardinal principles. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Kokutai No Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan (, Hardcover) at the best.

This is a careful translation -- with extensive introduction, notes and appendices -- of the official statement issued by the Japanese Government in for the guidance of those whose function it was to indoctrinate the youth of the country.

It contains the mythology about the divine origin of the imperial family, and it sets forth the duties of the loyal subject toward his ruler as. Kokutai No Hongi. Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan. by Hall, Robert King.

With an introd. by Hall, Robert King. Transl. by Gauntlett, John. Beasley; Kokutai No Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan, International Affairs, Vol Issue 2, 1 April, Pages, https.

resulting page pamphlet, Kokutai no hongi, was published in March with an. Get this from a library. Kokutai no hongi = Cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan. [Japan. Monbushō.]. Genre/Form: Electronic books: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Hall, Robert King. Kokutai no hongi.

Cambridge: Harvard University Press, © Kokutai no hongi. Cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan. Responsibility Tr. by John Owen Gauntlett and ed. with an introd. by Robert King Hall. Imprint Cambridge, Harvard University Press, Physical description viii, p.

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Abbie Wang – Essay #4 Kokutai no Hongi through Dower In the Japanese Ministry of Education issued the Kokutai no Hongi, a national polity program, for the purpose of developing a new Japan by addressing social unrest.

As a justification for Japanese imperialism and cultural superiority over other world powers, the program’s Oriental-driven discourse emphasized Japan’s legitimacy as Author: Aewang. Find Kokutai No Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan by Hall, Robert King.

editor - COVID Update Ap Biblio is open and shipping orders. The Kokutai-seitai distinction enabled conservatives to identify clearly as Kokutai, National Essence, the “native Japanese”, eternal, and immutable aspects of their polity, derived from history, tradition, and custom, and focused on the Emperor.

The form of government, Seitai, a secondary concept, then consisted of the historicalFile Size: 54KB. Kokutai no hongi 'Cardinal Principles of the National Entity'. An ethics textbook for schools and universities published in for the Ministry of Education which set out the principles of the emperor system, focusing on the notion of the kokutai or 'national entity' and incorporating ideas from the Imperial Rescript on Education (kyoiku.

The document known as the Kokutai no Hongi was actually a pamphlet of pages, an official publication of the Japanese Ministry of Education, first issued in March and eventually circulated in millions of copies throughout the home islands and the empire.

It contained the official teaching of the Japanese state on every aspect of. Kokutai No Hongi by Harvard University Press Ebook Online PDF If you want to download Kokutai No Hongi book, i provide downloads as a pdf, kindle, word, txt, ppt, rar and zip.

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first in [Mombushocho. () Kokutai-no hongi (Cardinal Principles of Kokutai)]. Imperial Rescript on Education () Inan Imperial Rescript on Education is published, the text of which is considered to be canon of national shinto, and which contains the grounds of the kokutai concept, Japan's national essence or national.

Kokutai No Hongi. Average rating: 0 out of 5 stars Write a review. Robert King Hall; John Owen Gauntlett. Walmart # $ $ 00 $ $ Book Format. Select Option. Current selection is: Hardcover. Book Format: Hardcover. Hardcover.

Qty: Kokutai No HongiKokutai No Hongi (Hardcover) Specifications. Publisher: Walter de. *Prices in US$ apply to orders placed in the Americas only. Prices in GBP apply to orders placed in Great Britain only. Prices in € represent the retail prices valid in Germany (unless otherwise indicated).Kokutai no Hongi = Cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan / translated by John Owen Gauntlett and edited with an introduction by Robert King Hall Harvard University Press Cambridge, Mass Australian/Harvard Citation.

Hall, Robert King. & Gauntlett, John Owen.The Kokutai no hongi is at best a dreary and obscure book, which, while much talked of in prewar Japan, was little read. Its endless repetition of mystical phrases and vague concepts of Japanese nationalism are scarcely inspiring.

Japanese superiority is cited ad nauseum but .