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Conciliation and Japanese law, Tokugawa and modern.
Dan Fenno Henderson
by Published for the Association for Asian Studies by University of Washington Press in Seattle
Written in English
Bibliography: v. 2, p. -411.
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|Pagination||2 v. (420 p.)|
|Number of Pages||420|
John O. Haley, Authority without Power: Law and the Japanese Paradox (New York: Oxford University Press, ); Dan Fenno Henderson, Conciliation and Japanese Law, Tokugawa and Modern (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ) and Village "Contracts" in Tokugawa Japan (Seattle: University of Washington Press, ); Carl Steenstrup, A. Duus, P. () Party Rivalry and Political Change in Taishö Japan. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press. Haley, J. O. () "The Myth of the Reluctant Litigant," 4 Journal of Japanese Studies Henderson, D. F. (ij Conciliation and Japanese Law: Tokugawa and Modern, 2 vols. Seattle: University of Washington Press.
Historically considered the most stable and peaceful period in Japanese history, the Tokugawa Period—also known as the Edo Period, after the city in which the shōgun had his capital—began with Ieyasu’s victory over Hideyoshi’s forces at the Battle of Sekigahara, and the consolidation of political power around the Tokugawa clan and its daimyō allies in Japan’s east, on the. Japanese literature - Japanese literature - Literature during the Tokugawa period (–): The restoration of peace and the unification of Japan were achieved in the early 17th century, and for approximately years the Japanese enjoyed almost uninterrupted peace. During the first half of the Tokugawa period, the cities of Kyōto and Ōsaka dominated cultural activity, but from about.
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Analysis and critique of Tokugawa policy to encourage conciliation --v. Modern Japanese analogies to Tokugawa conciliation Modern statutory conciliation Perspective and appraisal --Appendices.
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At the outset the author tells us that "the focus throughout this study is on Japanese conciliation from Tokugawa (Ii) to modem times, with emphasis on its political implications.
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I started reading this book, and quickly discovered that, as I expected, the Japanese vocabulary used in this work is going to be quite a hurdle when reading. The spirit of Japanese Law. New ed. Athens (Ga.): University of Georgia press.
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Matsumura, Yoshiyuki. The Works of Takeyoshi Kawashima. «Arrival of book and a great learning tool. Education in the Tokugawa era.
In a shogunate was established by a warrior, Tokugawa Ieyasu, in the city of Edo (present Tokyo). The period thence to the year —the Tokugawa, or Edo, era—constitutes the later feudal period in era, though also dominated by warriors, differed from former ones in that internal disturbances finally ended and long-enduring peace ensued.
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11 Not only could the Japanese during the Tokugawa era not envision the concept of individ-ual rights, but incredibly enough, no word in the Japanese language at the time expressed the concept of individual rights.
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use of mediation. See generally DAN FENNO HENDERSON, CONCILIATION AND JAPANESE LAW, TOKUGAWA AND MODERN (). For the bibliography in the Japanese language, see 2 D. HENDERSON, supra. Despite this recognition on the part of Japanese scholars, however, the prevalence of the consciousness approach has caused the policy aspect of the Japanese aver.
cation. It explores conciliation methods and theories, and the changes that the power of judicial review has wrought throughout the Japanese courts. The first section examines Japan's history prior to Section two traces the development of the Japanese preference for conciliation during the Tokugawa or.
Tokugawa Japan emerged from a period of extreme chaos. Known as the Sengoku period (), the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries in Japan were filled with continual upheaval. Japanese termed the chaos as “the warring states age,” which echoed back to a similar period in China where civil war toppled state after state ( B.C.
– Conciliation and Japanese Law: Tokugawa and Modern, Volume 1. University of Washington Press. Henderson, Dan Fenno. Conciliation and Japanese Law: Tokugawa and Modern, Volume 2. University of Washington Press, June 1, ISBNHenderson, Dan Fenno.
Foreign Enterprise in Japan: Laws and Policies. When people today think of “traditional” Japan, they are often thinking of the Edo/Tokugawa Era from to It was during this more than two-hundred-fifty-year period of peace (Pax Tokugawa) that many Japanese “customs” were solidified and gained popularity in Japanese society and further examples of art and literature were created.the role that law has played in the overall economic develop-ment of Japan.
The task is formidable, but, based on the record, Henderson is the person who can take it on. D. HENDERSON, CONCILIATION AND JAPANESE LAW, TOKUGAWA AND MODERN (). See, e.g. Cohen, Book Review, 80 HARV. L. Rrv. ().Modern First Editions. Proofs & ARCs. Magazines & Periodicals. Magazines. Periodicals.
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