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    National Tsing Hua University Institutional Repository > 清華出版品 > 01 清華學報 > 新33卷第2期 >  井上哲次郎對「忠孝」的義理新詮——關於《敕語衍義》的考察

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    Title: 井上哲次郎對「忠孝」的義理新詮——關於《敕語衍義》的考察
    Other Titles: The Explanation of Inoue Tetsujiro about Loyalty and Filial Piety in His Chokugoengi
    Authors: 陳瑋芬;Wei-fen Chen
    Date: 2003/12
    Publisher: 國立清華大學出版社
    Relation: 清華學報,國立清華大學,2003,new,33,n.2,p399.
    Keywords: 井上哲次郎
    Abstract: Modern Japan (1868-1945)articularly during the late imperial period (1882-1945) saw a proliferation of explications of "loyalty and filial piety." The Meiji government dreaded the specter of uncontrolled democracy coming along with over-Westernization. In order to reconsolidate the imperial power, the government issued "The Imperial Rescript on Education" (1890) and instituted a score of educational reforms to cultivate among its subjects the senses of equating filial piety with loyalty to the emperor, and of identifying filial piety with loyalty to the country. Of the over two thousand commentaries on "The Imperial Rescript on Education," Inoue Tetsu-jiro's Chokugoengi was the most influential one. He interpreted the idea of ~Ιfc-!%M- in the "Rescript" by the family/state paradigm, and Japan was conceptualized as a political/familial entity constituted in consanguinity. Moral and ethical efforts were to strive for the good of the country, which was an extension of the family with the Tenno (emperor) being its patriarch. This paper conducts a comparison of the Chinese ideas of loyalty and filial piety (zhongxiao) and Inoue Tetsujiro's doctrine that speaks of "loyalty and filial piety as one" (chu ko ichihon). It also explores the impact of the Japanese family/state and patriarch/Tenno ideologies in the interpretation of the classics.
    Key words: Modern Japan, Inoue Tetsujiro, "The Imperial Rescript on Education", Chokugoengi, zhongxiao
    URI: http://thjcs.hss.nthu.edu.tw/catalogue_detail.php?id=72
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