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Tabula orbis terrarum apud World Values Survey Iaponiam describit maximam mundi civitatem per aestimationes rationales-saeculares (Anglice rational-secular values), et media-superior per aestimationes expressionis sui (self-expression values).

Nihonjinron (Iaponice 日本人論 ad verbum 'doctrinae/disceptationes de Iaponiensibus') est genus scripturarum quae quaestiones identitatis nationalis et culturalis Iaponicae vehementius dicunt. Litterae de his rebus sunt permultae, quae sociologiam, psychologiam, historiam, linguisticam, philosophiam, etiam adeo scientiam amplectuntur. Quamquam hae doctrinae plerumque in Iaponia ab hominibus Iaponiensibus divulgantur, insignia generis exempla ab eruditis, diurnalistis, habitantibusque alienis prolata sunt.

Notio nihonjinron populo grata post Bellum Orbis Terrarum II facta est, primum per libros et argumenta quae explicare, exponere, vel investigare proprietates culturae et mentalitatis Iaponiensis volebant, usitate per comparationem cum operibus Europaeis et Americanis; aliae autem civitates Asianae magis atque magis in operibus recentioribus disceptantur. Tales commentarii proponunt communem animum unici Iaponiae status, et nomen nihonjinron ad investigandam hunc animum adhiberi potest.

Intra significationem nihonjinron vocabuli generici, varia exstant subgenera, diserta propositione vel re digesta, exempli gratia :

  • shinfūdoron (新風土論), novae rationes climatis
  • nihonbunkaron (日本文化論), rationes culturae Iaponiensis
  • nihonshakairon (日本社会論), rationes societatis Iaponiensis
  • nihonron (日本論), rationes Iaponiae
  • nihonkeizairon (日本経済論), rationes oeconomia Iaponiensis

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Maiores litterae nihonjinron[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Benedict, Ruth. 1946. The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: Patterns of Japanese Culture. Bostoniae: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Berque, Augustin. 1986. Le sauvage et l'artifice: Les Japonais devant la nature. Lutetiae: Gallimard.
  • Doi, Takeo (土居健郎). 1971. 「甘え」の構造 (Structura "Amae"). Tokyo: Kôbundô. Conversus 1974. The Anatomy of Dependence. Tokyo: Kodansha.
  • Dower, John W. 1986. War without Mercy: Race and Power in the Pacific War. Novi Eboraci: Pantheon Books. ISBN 0-394-50030-X.
  • Hearn, Lafcadio. 1904. Japan: An Attempt at Interpretation. Dodo Press.
  • Herrigel, Eugen. 1948. Zen in der Kunst des Bogenschiessens.
  • Herrigel, Eugen. 1953. Zen in the Art of Archery. Novi Eboraci: Pantheon Books.
  • Hisao, Ōtsuka, Kawashima Takeyoshi, et Doi Takeo. 1976. 「Amae」to shakai kagaku. Tokyo: Kōbundō.
  • Izaya, Ben-Dasan (山本七平). 1972. 日本教について (Nihonkyō ni tsuite). Conversus Yamamoto Shichihei. Tokyo: Bungei Shunjû.
  • Kuki, Shūzō (九鬼周造). 1930, 1996. 「いき」の構造 English tr. An Essay on Japanese Taste: The Structure of "Iki." Sidneiae: John Clark, Power Publications.
  • Macfarlane, Alan. 2007. Japan through the Looking Glass. Londinii: Profile. ISBN 978-1-86197-952-0.
  • Mishima, Yukio (三島由紀夫). 1969. Bunka Bôeiron (文化防衛論, A Defense of Culture). Tokyo: Shinchôsha.
  • Ministerium Educationis Iaponiense (文部省). 1937, 1949. 國體の本義 (Kokutai no hongi). Conversus Kokutai no hongi. Cardinal principles of the national entity of Japan. Cantabrigiae: Harvard University Press.
  • Murakami, Yasusuke (村上泰亮), Kumon Shunpei (公文俊平), et Satō Seizaburō (佐藤誠三郎). 1979. The 'Ie' Society as a Civilization (文明としてのイエ社会). Tokyo: Chūō Kōronsha.
  • Nakane, Chie (中根千枝). 1967. タテ社会の人間関係 (Human relations in a vertical society). Anglice conversus, Japanese Society, 1970. Londinii: Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
  • Nishida, Kitarō (西田幾多郞). 1940. 日本文化の問題 (Nihon Bunka no mondai). Tokyo.
  • Reischauer, Edwin O. 1978. The Japanese. Cantabrigiae: Harvard University Press.
  • Singer, Kurt. 1973. Mirror, Sword and Jewel. Londinii: Croom Helm.
  • Tsunoda, Tadanobu (角田忠信). 1978. Nihonjin no Nō (日本人の脳―脳の働きと東西の文化, The Japanese brain). Tokyo: Taishūkan Shoten (大修館書店). ISBN 4-469-21068-4.
  • Takie, Sugiyama Lebra. 2004. The Japanese Self in Cultural Logic. Honolulu: University of Hawai’i Press.
  • Tamura Keiji (田村圭司). 2001. Futatabi 「Nihonjin」tare! (『再び「日本人」たれ!』). Tokyo: Takarajimasha Shinsho.
  • Vogel, Ezra F. 1978. Japan As Number One: Lessons for America. Cantabrigiae: Harvard University Press.
  • Watsuji, Tetsurō (和辻哲郞). 1935. Fûdo (風土). Tokyo: Iwanami Shoten. trans. Geoffrey Bownas, as Climate. Unesco 1962.

Bibliographia critica[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Amino, Yoshihiko (網野善彦). 1993. Nihonron no shiza: Rettō no shakai to kokka (日本論の視座). Tokyo: Shôgakkan.
  • Amino, Yoshihiko (網野善彦). 1978. Muen, kugai, raku: Nihon chūsei no jiyū to heiwa (無縁・公界・楽. 日本中世の自由と平和, Muen, kugai, raku: pax et libertas in Iaponia Medii Aevi). Tokyo: Heibonsha.
  • Aoki Tamotsu (青木保). 1988. Bunka no hiteisei (文化の否定性). Tokyo: Chūō Kōronsha.
  • Aoki, Tamotsu (青木保). 1990. Nihonbunkaron no Hen'yō (「日本文化論」の変容, Phases of Theories of Japanese Culture in transition). Tokyo: Chūō Kōron Shinsha.
  • Befu, Harumi (別府春海). 1987. Ideorogī toshite no nihonbunkaron (イデオロギーとしての日本人論, Nihonjinron as an ideology). Tokyo: Shisō no Kagakusha.
  • Benedict, Ruth. 1946. The Chrysanthemum and the Sword: Patterns of Japanese Culture. Bostoniae: Houghton Mifflin.
  • Berque, Augustin. 1986. Le sauvage et l'artifice: Les Japonais devant la nature. Lutetiae: Gallimard.
  • Burns, Susan L. 2003. Before the Nation: Kokugaku and the Imagining of Community in Early Modern Japan. Durham et Londinii: Duke University Press.
  • Dale, Peter N. 1986. The Myth of Japanese Uniqueness. Oxoniae et Londinii: Nissan Institute, Croom Helm.
  • Dale, Peter N. 1994. Nipponologies (Nihon-ron. Nihon-shugi). In Dictionnaire de la civilisation japonaise, ed Uugustin Berque. Lutetiae: Hazan.
  • Gayle, Curtis Anderson. 2003. Marxist History and Postwar Japanese Nationalism. Londinii et Novi Eboraci: RoutledgeCurzon.
  • Gill, Robin D. 1985. Nihonjinron Tanken (日本人論探険). Tokyo: TBS Britannica.
  • Gill, Robin D. 1984. Omoshiro Hikaku-bunka-kō (おもしろ比較文化考). Tokyo: Kirihara Shoten.
  • Gill, Robin D. 1985. Han-nihonjinron (反日本人論). Tokyo:, Kōsakusha.
  • Hijiya-Kirschnereit, Irmela. 1988. Das Ende der Exotik. Frankfurt am Main: Suhrkamp.
  • Kawamura, Nozomu (河村望). 1982. Nihonbunkaron no Shûhen (日本文化論の周辺, The Ambiance of Japanese Culture Theory). Tokyo: Ningen no Kagakusha.
  • Mazzei, Franco. 1997. Japanese Particularism and the Crisis of Western Modernity. Venetiis: Università Ca' Foscari.
  • Miller, Roy Andrew. 1982. Japan’s Modern Myth: The Language and Beyond. Novi Eboraci et Tokyo: Weatherhill.
  • Minami, Hiroshi (南博). 1980. Nihonjinron no keifu (日本人論の系譜). Tokyo: Kōdansha.
  • Mouer, Ross, et Yoshio Sugimoto. 1986. Images of Japanese Society. Londinii: Routledge.
  • Nomura Research Institute. 1979. Sengo Nihonjinron Nenpyō (戦後日本人論年表, Chronology of post-war Nihonjinron). Tokyo: Nomura Research Institute.
  • Sugimoto Yoshio (杉本良夫). 1993. Nihonjin o yameru hōhō. Tokyo: Chikuma Bunko.
  • Sugimoto, Yoshio (杉本良夫), Ross Mouer, eds. 1989. Constructs for Understanding Japan. Novi Eboraci et Londinii: Kegan Paul International.
  • Sugimoto, Yoshio (杉本良夫), et Ross Mouer, eds. 1982. Nihonjinron ni kansuru 12 shô (日本人論に関する12章). Tokyo, Gakuyō Shobō.
  • Sugimoto, Yoshio (杉本良夫). 1983. Chō-kanri rettô Nippon (超管理ニッボン, Nippon: The Hyper-Control Archipelago). Tokyo: Kōbunsha.
  • Sugimoto, Yoshio (杉本良夫), et Ross Mouer. 1982. 「Nihonjin wa Nihonteki」ka (日本人は「日本的」か). Tokyo: Tōyō Keizai Shinpōsha.
  • Sugimoto, Yoshio (杉本良夫), et Ross Mouer. 1995. Nihonjinron no Hōteishiki (日本人論の方程式, the Equation of Nihonjinron). Tokyo: Chikuma Shobō.
  • Van Wolferen, Karel. 1989. The Enigma of Japanese Power. Westminster Terrae Mariae: Knopf.
  • Yoshino, Kosaku. 1992. Cultural Nationalism in Contemporary Japan: A Sociological Enquiry. Londinii: Routledge.

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