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by Andrew E. Barshay

  • ISBN: 0520060172
  • Category: History
  • Author: Andrew E. Barshay
  • Subcategory: Asia
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: University of California Press; Coded First Edition edition (July 1, 1992)
  • Pages: 315 pages
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  • Rating: 4.8
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Andrew Barshay's study. marks a major step forward in Japanese intellectual history. One of the most perceptive and significant books on 20th- century Japanese intellectual history to appear in some time.

Andrew Barshay's study. Barshay combines intimate familiarity with the cultural and intellectual milieu of his subjects with a rare appreciation of the currents and issues in the Western philosophical discourses that influenced them. Barshay has done a masterful job of combining intellectual biography with historical analysis to illuminate the dilemma of Japanese intellectuals and their role in modern Japanese history. - J. H. Bailey, Choice.

Activity within the public sphere took many forms as Japanese intellectuals sought to define their changing roles. At no time was such public activity as intense as during the crisis years of later imperial and early postwar Japan

Activity within the public sphere took many forms as Japanese intellectuals sought to define their changing roles. At no time was such public activity as intense as during the crisis years of later imperial and early postwar Japan. In contrasting case studies, Andrew E. Barshay presents the lives of two modern Japanese intellectuals, Nanbara Shigeru (1889-1974), professor of Western political thought at Tokyo Imperial University, and Hasegawa Nyozekan (1875-1969), a versatile independent journalist.

State and Intellectual in Imperial Japan: The Public Man in Crisis.

William Theodore de Bary (Columbia University Press, 2005). The Public Man and the Public World in Modern Japan: Nanbara Shigeru and Hasegawa Nyozekan Revisited," Social Science Japan Journal, vol. 7, no. 2 (October 2004): 263-75. Shakai kagakushi no kanten kara mita Maruyama Masao," Shisô, no. 964 (August 2004): 25-41.

Barshay's work is ultimately a study of intellectual mobilization in a modern state, and of the .

Barshay's work is ultimately a study of intellectual mobilization in a modern state, and of the price of national identity in the twentieth century. In this superbly written and eminently readable narrative, Andrew E. Barshay presents the contrasting lives of Nanbara Shigeru (1889-1974) and Hasegawa Nyoze-kan (1875-1969), illuminating the complex predicament of modern Japanese intellectuals and their relation to state and society. Following the Meiji Restoration of 1868, a powerful modern state began to emerge in Japan, and with it, the idea of a "public" sphere of action. This sphere brought with it a new type of intellectual - a "publi. ONTINUE READING.

Author: Barshay, Andrew E. Note: Berkeley: University of California Press, 1988.

by Andrew E. Barshay. J. Victor Koschmann, The Journal of Asian Studies "This is a work of complexity, erudition, and thorough scholarship. It is the best book in English on Showa intellectuals. Germaine A. Hoston, Monumenta Nipponica "Andrew Barshay's study.

In this superbly written and eminently readable narrative, Andrew E.

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