Influential Japanese intellectual Fukuzawa Yukichi
(1835-1901) wrote profusely on issues of the day.
The new bills will replace the ones that bear the images of reformist and educator Yukichi
Fukuzawa, legendary author Ichiyo Higuchi, and bacteriologist Hideyo Noguchi.
(99.) "The Japanese Commissioners," Daily Alta California, 21 March 1867, 1; Yukichi
Fukuzawa, The Autobiography of Yukichi
Luego en 1890 se fundaria el Partido por la Reforma Constitucional, defensores del Liberalismo Ingles en manos de Fukuwasa Yukichi
First, the thought of social education, proposed as self-education, was introduced in 1877 by Yukichi
For example, Fukuzawa Yukichi
, a Meiji-Era intellectual (currently gracing Japan's yen 10,000 note) with great influence over Japan's development as an imperial power, wrote An Outline of a Theory of Civilization (Bunmei-ron no Gairyaku, 1875).
It covers from the time Fukuzawa Yukichi
(1835-1901), the founder of Keio Gijuku University in Tokyo and Japan's leading intellectual, invited the first American Unitarian missionary to Japan until the mission was closed.
My analysis will particularly focus on the emergent notion of race in the works of Japanese enlightenment scholar Fukuzawa Yukichi
(1835-1901) and the biometric inscription of racial knowledge in early 20th-century Japan.
Yataro Iwasaki once worked under Goto, but showed no interest until an elaborate sales contract was drafted in 1881 by the Meiji statesman Yukichi
The modernizing of Japan was based on the idea of self-development and the founder of Keio University Yukichi
Fukuzawa realized the need for gnational development and intellectual empowermenth through developing critical and debating skills to develop gcharacter and initiativeh.
There is Yukichi
Yamamatsu's Stupid Guy Goes to India (2008) and its sequel Stupid Guy Goes Back to India (2010), which my own company published in English translation--but those are by a Japanese author, and were originally published in Japan.
It was Fukuzawa Yukichi
, the father of the Japanese Enlightenment, who first drew the attention of policymakers and intellectuals to the importance of international exhibitions through his travelogues from Europe.