日本の教育思想(1) 〜江戸時代の教育機関から見えてくる教育思想~

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Title
日本の教育思想(1) 〜江戸時代の教育機関から見えてくる教育思想~
Title Alternative
Japanese Educational Consciousness ― Observations of educational thought from the Edo period ―
Author
著者 中田 正浩
著者(別表記) NAKADA Masahiro
Abstract

Part of the history of Japan including the Azuchi-Momoyama and Edo periods is known as the ‘early modern period’. This period includes the approximately 300 years from 1568 (11th year of the Eiroku period) when Kyoto’s Nobunaga Oda proceed to the capital until Tokugawa Keiki’s restoration of imperial rule in 1867 (3rd year of the Keio period). During this period a strict social system was formed and the order of Confucian consciousness was maintained. The ruling elite studied Confucianism thought and in order to control the populace attempted to introduce this through moral ideology. The early modern period education was aimed at fostering a common shared view. However, a look opinions. The different periods, the ruling elite reveals a multiplicity of views. This paper looks at how learning is not only limited to Confucianism and the national learning but also incorporates aspects such as cultural, social, and educational from the Edo period. Finally, we will discuss about observable aspects of educational consciousness.

Subject
370 Education
Keyword
支配者層 (ruling elite)
被支配者層 (ruling dynasty)
寺子屋(手習所)
庶民教育 (national education)
Publish Date
2013-03-15
Publication Title
環太平洋大学研究紀要
Publication Title Alternative
Bulletin of International Pacific University
Volume
7
Start Page
115
End Page
121
ISSN
1882-479X
NCID
AA1230704X
Publisher
環太平洋大学
Publisher Alternative
International Pacific University
Copyright Holders
環太平洋大学
Contents Type
Departmental Bulletin Paper
language
Japanese
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