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Fukuzawa Yûkichi

Helen M. Hopper

Fukuzawa Yûkichi

from samurai to capitalist

by Helen M. Hopper

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Published by Pearson/Longman in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fukuzawa, Yukichi, -- 1835-1901.,
  • Journalists -- Japan -- Biography.,
  • Educators -- Japan -- Biography.,
  • Japan -- Officials and employees -- Biography.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementHelen M. Hopper.
    GenreBiography.
    SeriesLibrary of world biography
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS884.F8 H67 2005
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxv, 158 p. :
    Number of Pages158
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22601964M
    ISBN 100321078020

    Here is the autobiography of a remarkable man. Yukichi Fukuzawa's life covered the 66 years between and , a period which comprised greater and more extraordinary changes than any other in the history of Japan. In his country's swift transformation from an isolated feudal state to a full-fledged member of the modern world, Fukuzawa played a leading role: he was the educator of the new Author: Yukichi Fukuzawa.   Yukichi Fukuzawa (–) founded Keio University, the first private university in modern Japan, and was an engaged speaker and controversial journalist. His books include An Outline of a Theory of Civilization, The Autobiography of Yukichi Fukuzawa, and Conditions in the West.

    Fukuzawa Yukichi’s Bourgeois Liberalism introduces readers to the East Asian Enlightenment led by Fukuzawa Yukichi, one of the most important figures in the intellectual history of modern Japan. Despite his impact on political theory and modern Japanese history, Fukuzawa remains under-researched in Western academia, and while a few English-language books have been written about Fukuzawa.   Fukuzawa Yukichi by Helen M. Hopper, July 6, , Longman edition, Paperback in EnglishCited by: 2.

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Fukuzawa, Yukichi, Fukuzawa Yukichi. Tōkyō: Chikuma Shobō, (OCoLC) Online version. Fukuzawa, Yukichi In his country's swift transformation from an isolated feudal state to a full-fledged member of the modern world, Fukuzawa played a leading role: he was the educator of the new Japan, the man who above all others explained to his countrymen the ideas behind the dazzling material evidence of Western civilization.4/5(1).


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Cited by: Fukuzawa Yukichi book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This biography traces the career of Fukuzawa Yûkichi, who began life as a /5. Fukuzawa Yukichi (), Meiji Japan's leading interpreter of Western civilization,is known primarily for his role as educator.

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In his country's swift transformation from an isolated feudal state to a full-fledged member of the modern world, Fukuzawa played a leading role: he was the educator of the new 4/5(3). Fukuzawa Yukichi (福澤 諭吉, Janu – February 3, ) was a Japanese author, writer, teacher, translator, entrepreneur and journalist who founded Keio University, the newspaper Jiji-Shinpō and the Institute for Study of Infectious was an early Japanese civil rights activist and liberal ideologist.

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pp, b/w photo illustrations, the book and contents are clean and solid, the endpapers have light soil on the edges, a 5" x 7" pamphlet reprint of 16 pp by Yukichi Fukuzawa is laid-in the front endpaper, it is "Encouragement of Learning", his first essay inthe dust jacket has some wear and soil, and the spine is.

Fukuzawa Yukichi, (born Janu, Buzen, Japan—died February 3, Tokyo), Japanese author, educator, and publisher who was probably the. Bibliography[edit]. Here is the autobiography of a remarkable man. Yukichi Fukuzawa’s life covered the 66 years between and, a period which comprised greater and.

The Character of Yukichi Fukuzawa Yukichi Fukuzawa () was the most influential social thinker in Japan during his time and played an important role in its ‘enlightenment.’ He was a pioneer and champion of Western civilization.

Even though little is known of him outside of Japan, contemporaries acknowledge his imminence and influence. Yukichi Fukuzawa () was a leading figure in the cultural revolution that transformed Japan from an isolated feudal nation into a full-fledged player in the modern world.

He translated a wide range of Western works and adapted them to Japanese needs, inventing a colorful prose style close to the vernacular.3/5(2). Yukichi Fukuzawa has 68 books on Goodreads with ratings. Yukichi Fukuzawa’s most popular book is Khuyến Học. Yukichi Fukuzawa () was a leading figure in the cultural revolution that transformed Japan from an isolated feudal nation into a full-fledged player in the modern world.

He translated a wide range of Western works and adapted them to Japanese needs, inventing a colorful prose style close to the vernacular.

After Fukuzawa went to the US and Europe to observe their methods, he founded the school that became Keiô University and printed editorials about business advancement in his newspaper.

He is honored as a business visionary today in Japan. Annotation © Book News, Inc., Portland, ORBrand: Helen M. Hopper. The Autobiography of Yukichi Fukuzawa (Amazon) is both engaging and interesting throughout the wa’s determination for the betterment of both himself and Japan is pervasive.

This drive and his goals are especially evident in his “Encouragement of Learning” and can be summed up in the following excerpt: “The important thing for everyone for the present is that he should. Looking for books by Yukichi Fukuzawa? See all books authored by Yukichi Fukuzawa, including Autobiography, and An Outline of a Theory of Civilization, and more on Title: Yukichi Fukuzawa and the Making of the Modern World Author: Alan Macfarlane Keywords: 97 pages, e-book Created Date: 8/30/ PMFile Size: KB.Fukuzawa Yukichi famous books An encouragement of learning.

This is a famous book of Yukichi, it is a compilation of 17 pamphlets; it is translated as Gakumon no susume in Japanese. In this book, it tells the reader the principle of equality and that education is the key to achieve this.