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熊沢蕃山著作集(英訳)

Governing the Realm and Bringing Peace to All below Heaven

(Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought)

Banzan, Kumazawa   Tucker, John A. (EDT)

Cambridge Univ Pr 2020/11
113 p. 21 cm   
装丁: Pap   
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テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781108441155
装丁違いISBN: 1108425011
KCN: 1039908419
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This is the first English rendition of this controversial text to be published in eighty years.

Full Description

The first major work on political economy in early modern Japanese history, Kumazawa Banzan's (1619-1691) Responding to the Great Learning, translated unabridged, features incisive commentary on this pivotal work and its controversial author within the context of broader historical and intellectual developments in East Asian Confucian thought.
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Table of Contents

Introduction; Part I: 1. The heaven-decreed duty of the people's ruler; 2. The heaven-decreed duty of the people's ministers; 3. Revering good counsel; 4. A grand project for growing wealth; 5. Eliminating anxieties over flooding and relieving droughts; 6. Preparing for northern barbarians, emergencies, and bad harvests; 7. Filling Shogunal coffers with gold, silver, rice, and grain; 8. Eliminating debt from the realm below heaven; 9. Helping Ronin, vagrants, the unemployed, and the impoverished; 10. Making mountains luxuriant and rivers run deep; Part II: 11. The ebb and flow of the ruler's blessings; 12. Returning to the old farmer-Samurai society; 13. Eliminating landless income and increasing new fiefs; 14. Lowering the cost of foreign silk and textiles; 15. Eliminating Christianity; 16. Reviving Buddhism; 17. Reviving Shinto; 18. Worthy rulers reviving Japan; 19. Governing with education; 20. Those who should teach in our schools ; 21..A little kindness provides benefits; 22. Wasted rice and grain; Bibliography.