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Yukichi Fukuzawa

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Fukuzawa Yukichi (1834 - 1901) - the largest educator in the XIX. The basis of his philosophy was positivism, but in many cases, Fukuzawa held consistently materialist position. Opposed the use of the old Confucian and Buddhist canons as sources of knowledge. Supported the "movement for freedom and people's rights". Moderate constitutional views Fukuzawa in Japan at that time assumed the significance of protest against the monarchy, and found an enthusiastic response among the "middle class" and in the circles of the radical intelligentsia. But he Fukuzawa was not the strongest opponent of the monarchy, by the end of his life, he even became an active supporter of. Fukuzawa emphasized the importance of the armed forces to preserve the independence of the country and strengthen its influence. He also justified the aggressive actions of Japan against China and Korea. Fukuzawa great role in spreading Western scientific, technical and legal knowledge. Along with other Japanese educators, inter alia, laid the foundations of scientific terminology in t.ch. philosophical. Books Fukuzawa had a significant impact on the development of progressive thought in the country, they are in many ways perceived and the moderately conservative part of the ruling circles. Major works: "On the situation in the countries of the West" (1866 - 1870), "A Call for Science" (1872 - 1876), "A brief sketch of civilization" (1875).


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