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The early life and thought of Kita Ikki

Harris Inwood Martin

The early life and thought of Kita Ikki

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Published by University Microfilms in Ann Arbor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Kita, Ikki, -- 1883-1937.

  • Edition Notes

    Dissertation - Stanford University, 1959.

    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 microfilm reel
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17549089M


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Ikki Kita (北 一輝 Kita Ikki, 3 April – 19 August ) (real name: Kita Terujirō (北 輝次郎)) was a Japanese author, intellectual and a political philosopher who was active in early- Shōwa period Japan.

A harsh critic of the Emperor system and the Meiji constitution, he claimed that the Japanese were not the emperor's people. This important new study of Kita Ikki, one of Japan s influential pre-war idealogues, focuses on the twin poles of nationalism and socialism that inform his three principal works, located always in the context of the dominance of Western imperialism at that time/5.

Kita Ikki was a radical opponent of the authoritarian form of government, but was also a vigorous advocate of Japanese imperialism as a means of overcoming Western imperialism. These two positions, usually held by two antagonistic sectors of Japanese society, were logically linked in Kita's thought on the basis of his belief in social evolution Author: Hiroshi Osedo.

revolution formulated early in the Taisho period by Kita Ikki (). Japanese writers regularly identify Kita as a leading rightist.

Maruyama Masao refers to him as "the ideological father of Japanese fascism,"2 and his book on the "reorganiza-tion" of Japan (later published as Nihon \aizo hoan tailed) has been called by KunoCited by: 9.

Thus Kita created his original system of thought called by him ‘pure socialism” (junsei shakashugi). Despite all the ideological diffe-rences, in particular, in relation to the war, the favorable reception of the first book of Kita Ikki by the socialists shows that, generally, at this stage, he remained within the framework of the Japanese.

The early life and Thought of Kita Ikki Martin, Harris Inwood [ Microform, Thesis, Book: ] Languages: English;Japanese, [1 other] kankei shiryō zassan / Kita Ikki cho Kita, Ikki, [ Book: ] Languages: Japanese View online (access conditions) This resource is very relevant to your query (score: ,) Kokutairon.

My purpose here is not to venture a total picture of the right but to present a microcosmic analysis of doctrines attributed to it through focusing on the theory of revolution formulated early in the Taishō period by Kita Ikki (–).Cited by: 9.

The life and intellectual career of the Japanese ideologue, author and revolutionary Kita Terujirō (Ikki) was, and is still, debated by scholars of modern Japanese : Danny Orbach. On a hot summer's day in AugustKita Ikki, a pan-Asian visionary and political activist, was executed in the wake of the unsuccessful army rebellion of 26 Februaryin which he had not participated.

As he had stared at the barrels of the rifles of the execution squad. George M. Wilson, Radical Nationalist in Japan: Kita Ikki, (Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, ) and Harris Inwood Martin, 'The Early Life and Thought of Kita Ikki', unpublished Ph.D.

dissertation (Stanford University, ). In Japanese the essential study is Tanaka S6gor6, Kita Ikki: Nihontekifuashi. The life and intellectual career of the Japanese ideologue, author and revolutionary Kita Terujirō (Ikki) was, and is still, debated by scholars of modern Japanese by: 1.

Genre/Form: Biographies Biography: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Okamoto, Kōji, Kita Ikki. Kyōto-shi: Mineruva Shobō, (OCoLC) Brij Tankha is Professor of Modern Japanese History, Department of East Asian Studies, Delhi University, and visiting professor at Kyoto University, Japan.

He is also an Honorary Fellow and Former Director of the Delhi Institute of Chinese Studies. Educated at St Stephen's College, Delhi University and the School of International Studies, JNU, he has also been a Visiting Fellow at Hitotsubashi Cited by: 6.

Get print book. No eBook available. Radical nationalist in Japan: Kita Ikki, George Macklin Wilson Snippet view - Radical Nationalist in Japan: Kita Ikki, George M. Wilson, Professor of Philosophy and Cinematic Arts George M Wilson No preview available - Ikki Kita (北 一輝, Kita Ikki, 3 April – 19 August ) (real name: Kita Terujirō (北 輝次郎)) was a Japanese author, intellectual and a political philosopher who was active in early-Shōwa period Japan.

Kokutairon and Pure Socialism (), otherwise known as The Theory of Japan's National Polity and Pure Socialism (国体論及び純正社会主義), is a radical socialist treatise written by Kita Ikki in critique of the Japanese Meiji Government.

Kita Ikki was a notable Japanese political intellectual in the late nineteenth-century and early twentieth-century. Kita Ikki was the pen name of a Japanese writer and polemicist who became a prophet of the right.

He spent about eight years in China and – after seeing the aftermath of the revolution – he was inspired to make things happen differently in Japan. Martial Law a movie about the life and death of Kita Ikki Bibliography. Kita Ikki And the Making of Modern Japan: A Vision of Empire, Brij Tankha, University of Hawaii Press,ISBN ; Radical Nationalist in Japan: Kita IkkiGeorge M.

Wilson, Harvard University Press,ISBN   Kita Ikki. Kita Ikki was a radical nationalist who lived from to Some of his countrymen consider him to be an almost legendary nationalist hero but to the great majority he remains unknown and misunderstood. Kita Ikki, V.D. Savarkar and Radical Nationalism in Early 20th Century Japan and India Mary L.

Hanneman University of Washington, Tacoma In the course of the decade spanning the late s to the late s, two men, one in Japan, one in India, were arrested and tried for murders it was known they did not physically commit. Kita Ikki () was an ideologue and activist. He wrote the book that heavily influenced the Young Officers who staged a coup d’etat in the so-called February 26th Incident ofwhich, if successful, according to some, would have brought about fascism in s Japan.

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Inthe first book that he published, The Theory of Japan’s National Polity and Pure Socialism, was banned. Find many great new & used options and get the best deals for Kita Ikki and the Making of Modern Japan: A Vision of Empire by Brij Tankha (, Hardcover, Annotated) at the best online prices at eBay.

Free shipping for many products. George Wilson describes the growth of radical nationalism in Japan following World War I, basing his study on the life and writings of one of its chief proponents, Kita Ikki. Although not a typical radical nationalist, Kita illustrated the movement’s opposition not to modernization but to slavish imitation of Western precedents.

Kita book has books on Goodreads. This will prevent Kita from sending you messages, friend request or from viewing your profile. They will not be notified. Comments on discussion boards from them will be hidden by default. Background. Born on Sado Island, Niigata Prefecture, Ikki Kita’s real name was Kita Terujirō (北 輝次郎).He audited lectures at Waseda University in Tokyo, and while a student, was attracted to socialist ideas, meeting with many influential figures in the early socialist movement in movement was, however, full of "opportunist" and other statist : Kita Terujirō (北 輝次郎?), April 3,Sado.

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Early in the twentieth century this man of higher purpose formulated a comparative theory of social evolution which allowed him to examine all countries, East and West, in a new perspective.(Martin 73) Kita Ikki considered revolution to be the inevitable result of earlier evolutionary processes and was a necessary step by which a society enters.

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The Rise of Mass Nationalism 6. Uesugi Shinkichi: The Emperor and the Masses : Walter Skya. Kita Ikki’s last book, Outline Plan, influenced the attempted military coup in He was arrested and executed by the Kempeitai, the Japanese secret police, as a result.

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