The Japanese Nation; Its Land, Its People, and Its Life, with Special Consideration to Its Relations with the United States (Inazo Nitobe) pdf, epub, doc

Ce livre historique peut contenir de nombreuses coquilles et du texte manquant. Les acheteurs peuvent generalement telecharger une copie gratuite scannee du livre original (sans les coquilles) aupres de l'editeur. Non reference. Non illustre. 1912 edition. Extrait: ...but they remain in their essence identical throughout the world, and eternal. At present, as never before, is universal standardisation displacing localism and nationalism, in every higher sphere of human activity. If in manners and customs, if in language and art, if in forms of government and society, East is East and West is West, moral law has no respect for points of the compass, demanding of both hemispheres equal obedience. As said an ancient writer: "The world in all doth but two nations bear, —The good and bad, and these mixed everywhere." CHAPTER VII EDUCATION AND EDUCATIONAL PROBLEMS S far as our system of education is concerned, n it was founded on an elaborate basis as early as the eighth century, at the time when Buddhist and Confucian influences were fresh and vigorous. You can see from the date that it antedated Charlemagne's Ordinance of Education by nearly a century, and the founding of Oxford by nearly two hundred years. How far the system was put in practice, it is not easy to say definitely. But judging by so many Chinese schemes that are beautifully conceived without hope of being born, one is inclined to imagine that the schools and universities largely remained on paper. Perhaps this is too severe a charge, since we are told of magnificent academic halls and of learned men who bore high-sounding titles. We will at least give credit to our forefathers, however, for their noble idea; for, after all, ideas are seeds—as long as they do not lose their vitality. The history of education, like the life-history of a plant, has its seasons of feebleness and of strength, of retrogression and of development. Under unfavourable conditions it simply remains buried, biding the...

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  • Release: 01.09.2013
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