Individualism and socialism : the life and thought of Kawai Eijirō (1891-1944)

Atsuko Hirai

Kawai Eijiro was a controversial figure in Japan during the interwar years. Dedicated to the idea that the socialist aspiration for economic equality could be combined with a classical liberal commitment to individual political and civil rights, he antagonized both Marxists and Japanese nationalists. He was hounded by the government as a leftist and brought to trial during World War II. This is the first study of Kawai in English. Atsuko Hirai examines the family and school influences that contributed to the development of Kawai's thought, and analyzes the manner in which the ideas of such Western philosophers as Kant, Hegel, John Stuart Mill, Marx, T. H. Green, and the British labor ideologues were absorbed into a receptive and creative East Asian mind. The events of Kawai's life are intertwined with the development of his idealist political philosophy, all culminating in a trial of unprecedented scale.

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書名 Individualism and socialism : the life and thought of Kawai Eijirō (1891-1944)
著作者等 Hirai, Atsuko
書名ヨミ Individualism and socialism : the life and thought of Kawai Eijirō (1891-1944) = コジン シュギ ト シャカイ シュギ
書名別名 個人主義と社会主義
シリーズ名 Harvard East Asian monographs
出版元 Council on East Asian Studies, Harvard University
刊行年月 1986
ページ数 xvi, 273 p.
大きさ 24 cm
ISBN 0674451252
NCID BA01501606
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言語 英語
出版国 アメリカ合衆国
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