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  1. Takashi Koizumi (1994). Fukuzawa Yukichi and Religion. Asian Philosophy 4 (2):109 – 118.
    Abstract When the Meiji government allowed Christianity to be proclaimed in Japan in 1873, there aroused heated controversy about how to deal with religion including Christianity. Fukuzawa Yukichi, the most influential thinker and opinion?leader among Japanese intellectuals in those days, participated in the controversy and wrote more than 80 articles concerning religion. At first, he took a critical standpoint against Christianity from the Utilitarian viewpoint. Then he changed his viewpoint of religion and came to admit a Unitarian Christianity for a (...)
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  2. Takashi Koizumi (1989). The Attitudes of Japanese Children and the Effects of Parental Behaviour. Journal of Moral Education 18 (3):218-231.
    Abstract This study considers the characteristic isolation of Japanese children today and examines the effect that parents are ?able to be respected? (erai) or ?not able to be respected? (erakunai) has upon their children.
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