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A Reexamination on Nohonshugi(Japanese Agrarianism)

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  • FUNATO Shuichi
    東京大学大学院総合文化研究科国際社会科学専攻博士課程 日本学術振興会

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  • 農本主義の再検討
  • 農本主義の再検討:権藤成卿・加藤完治を中心に
  • Focusing on Seikyo Gondo and Kanji Kato
  • 権藤成卿・加藤完治を中心に

Abstract

It is an undeniable fact that Nohonshugi (Japanese Agrarianism) prospered in pre-war Japan. At that time, Nohonshugi was regarded as a symbol of feudal period in Japan, that is, an ideological basis to protect the landed class. It should be noted, however, that Nohonshugi pursued to construct the ideal rural society and thus was critical of the rural society and the landed class at this time. The aim of this paper is to focus on Seikyo Gondo(1868-1937) and Kanji Kato (1884-1967), two well-known theorists of Nohonshugi, and reinterpret their Nohonshugi from the viewpoint of equalizing the rural society. In this way, it becomes clear how their Nohonshugi had an inclination to dissolve the landed class.

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  • CRID
    1390001205364496512
  • NII Article ID
    130004124842
  • DOI
    10.5690/kantoh.1999.119
  • ISSN
    1884-0086
    0919-4363
  • Text Lang
    ja
  • Data Source
    • JaLC
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