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    Translating Liberty in Nineteenth-Century Japan.Douglas Howland - 2001 - Journal of the History of Ideas 62 (1):161-181.
  2. Acknowledgments.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press.
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  3. A Note on Conventions.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press.
     
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    At the Crossroads of Victorian Ideology and Japanese Westernization.Douglas Howland - 1990 - Semiotics:213-223.
  5. Bibliography.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 193-214.
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  6. Contents.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press.
     
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  7. Conclusion.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 137-148.
     
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    Democratic Centralism in Revolutionary China: Tensions Within a People’s Democratic Dictatorship.Douglas Howland - 2017 - Open Journal of Philosophy 7 (4):448-466.
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  9. Frontmatter.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press.
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  10. Index.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 215-222.
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  11. Introduction.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 3-16.
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  12. 2. Mill and His English Critics.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 40-60.
     
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  13. Notes.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 149-192.
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    Nishi Amane’s Efforts to Translate Western Knowledge: Sound, Written Character, and Meaning.Douglas Howland - 1991 - Semiotica 83 (3-4):283-310.
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  15. 3. Nakamura Keiu and the Public Limits of Liberty.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 61-81.
     
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  16. 1. On Liberty and Its Historical Conditions of Possibility.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 17-39.
     
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  17. 5. Personal Liberty and Public Virtue.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 106-136.
     
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  18. Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - University of Toronto Press.
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    The Predicament of Ideas in Culture: Translation and Historiography.Douglas Howland - 2003 - History and Theory 42 (1):45–60.
    Rather than a simple transfer of words or texts from one language to another, on the model of the bilingual dictionary, translation has become understood as a translingual act of transcoding cultural material--a complex act of communication. Much recent work on translation in history grows out of interest in the effects of European colonialism, especially within Asian studies, where interest has been driven by the contrast between the experiences of China and Japan, which were never formally colonized, and the alternative (...)
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  20. 4. Yan Fu and the Moral Prerequisites of Liberty.Douglas R. Howland - 2005 - In Personal Liberty and Public Good: The Introduction of John Stuart Mill to Japan and China. University of Toronto Press. pp. 82-105.
     
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