Trong nỗ lực kỷ 19, tự một tổ quốc lạc hậu, Nhật bản đã thay đổi vươn lên thành một giang sơn hiện đại dựa vào cuộc Canh Tân Minh Trị Nhật Bản. Nhà bốn tưởng bao gồm trong việc làm canh tân này là Fukuzawa Yukichi và chúng ta đọc việt nam đã nghe biết ông qua tác phẩm Khuyến học cùng Phúc Ông tự truyện. Cùng một tác phẩm quan trọng đặc biệt nhất của ông là Khái lược tao nhã luận.

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This is the first time I've read a philosophical book, và tbh, it exceeds my expectation. Packed with lots of examples & detailed explanations, the book is not hard khổng lồ read và understand at all (although I have to say I bởi vì not - will not - understand fully the political and social aspect of this book). I give this book 4 stars because of the following points:1. Nội dung (2/2.5)- Precision of information (1/1): This book is written from the point of view of a Japanese about Japan, with much de This is the first time I"ve read a philosophical book, và tbh, it exceeds my expectation. Packed with lots of examples và detailed explanations, the book is not hard khổng lồ read & understand at all (although I have to lớn say I vị not - will not - understand fully the political and social aspect of this book). I give this book 4 stars because of the following points:1. Nội dung (2/2.5)- Precision of information (1/1): This book is written from the point of view of a Japanese about Japan, with much depth of information. Also, the author Fukuzawa refers khổng lồ a lot of historical and social facts relating lớn Western countries which, after being verified by my research, prove to be precise. I particularly love the preface, written by a Vietnamese author, that refers to lớn Vietnamese history và triggers me to lớn find out how it differs from the Japanese one. - Applicability/usefulness (1/1): Although I cannot apply this knowledge in my field of study/work, I still can explain some visible facts using the book"s analysis. For example, from the author"s description of the nguồn imbalance in Japan, I can deduce why Japanese people today are both hard-working and frugal (sometimes to lớn the extreme when compared khổng lồ other countries). What I also love about this book is that Fukuzawa also mentions many other philosophies & analyze them thoroughly. This teaches me how lớn approach a problem size many perspectives. - Newness of information (0/0.5): The tác giả spends a majority of his book talking about historical facts in his time, so needless lớn say, the information is not up-to-date. I sincerely wish someone in this modern world can write a book similar lớn his, but use a modern approach. 2. Readability (2/2.5)- Easy language (1/1): This book is very easy khổng lồ read or skim, or perhaps I read the Vietnamese version. - Straight-to-the-point (ness) (0.5/1): Sometimes, I can quickly understand the author"s point by reading a few lines. But other times, I have a hard time following his point, because he uses too many irrelevant examples. For me, examples are both his strength và weakness. On one hand, examples lessen the difficulty of this book. On the other hand, Fukuzawa uses examples that bear little resemblance khổng lồ the point he"s trying to lớn demonstrate (I would say some of them are quite funny but put in the context of a book like this, they are not functioning well)- Attraction (0.5/0.5): The combination of realistic example và (often) emotional expression makes this book quite delightful to lớn read. Still, if we cut down on irrelevant examples và replace them with more up-to-date ones, I would definitely give attraction full point.*Personal thought:I think this book is a comprehensive read because it mixes both theoretical discussions (terms, definitions) và exemplary historical facts. For me, it widens my history knowledge, especially when it comes khổng lồ understanding the behaviors of Japanese people. ...more
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Apr 30, 2018 Long Nguyễn rated it it was amazing
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The book you have lớn read. Maybe when wrote this book, the tác giả Fukuzawa Yukichi want to use it for everyone in his times, but actually until now the knowledge from this book is very valuable for me. I learned so much và can get some tips for few issues in my life and maybe the lessons Fukuzawa gave for his son also perhaps for mine
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A Book Of Extreme Importance All people of advancing countries and countries yet lớn advance who want to domgood for their own nations must read this book. Fukuzawa sheds light on what a country must vì before everything else and how to do it.
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Jun 12, 2020 nhì Nguyen rated it it was amazing
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Wow, what an influential book! Definitely a must read for everyone, especially for Vietnamese at this moment in history
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A. Why did I read this work?
My quest for understanding Eastern authors perspective on the West. I was looking for answers between Inter-civilization discourse East-West.Fukuzawa Yukichi, one of founders of Modern Japan, opened Dutch school of learning, Keio University. I suggest, you remember Rangaku, Japanese dutch experimental school of learning. B. What is my qualms with his work? Fukuzawa doesn't talk about honor/shame that ties between East & West. I've been exploring works on Great D A. Why did I read this work? My quest for understanding Eastern authors perspective on the West. I was looking for answers between Inter-civilization discourse East-West.Fukuzawa Yukichi, one of founders of Modern Japan, opened Dutch school of learning, Keio University. I suggest, you remember Rangaku, Japanese dutch experimental school of learning. B. What is my qualms with his work? Fukuzawa doesn"t talk about honor/shame that ties between East & West. I"ve been exploring works on Great Divergence, East, và West differences.Fukuzawa also gives a good questions to ponder about."Morality hasn"t progressed or improved when compared with knowledge." Whether it is Buddhism, Christianity, Shintoism. C. What is the vi xử lý core contribution of his work? His book starts with the basis of argumentation, western civilization, the essence of civilization. The meat of his book is on page 145. For readers, unfamiliar with Japanese history, Western Civilization.His key point is that the West has pursued Knowledge and Virtue.The essential idea on page 145.Worth reading if you are not familiar with Japanese history. Deus Vult, Gottfried ...more
Took a long time to finish this one (due khổng lồ tiresome and bored examples), its hard khổng lồ rate the idea of the civilization/ nation/ independence of one of the greatest man in Japan’s ideology (whether its suitable or not to modern society). Due khổng lồ enormous information/ examples the author tries khổng lồ clarify, it puts me on an endless journey which tooks so much time and effort lớn read, take a break, then finish. So, the 3-star thing is mainly about how tired been through reading this book and remember Took a long time to finish this one (due to tiresome & bored examples), its hard to rate the idea of the civilization/ nation/ independence of one of the greatest man in Japan’s ideology (whether its suitable or not khổng lồ modern society). Due khổng lồ enormous information/ examples the author tries to clarify, it puts me on an endless journey which tooks so much time & effort khổng lồ read, take a break, then finish. So, the 3-star thing is mainly about how tired been through reading this book và remember around 1% of what ive read. Maybe lặng not that intellectual to fully absorb.Need khổng lồ re-read one day if I have enough time và knowledge. ...more
Fukuzawa Yukichi impressed me by the way he transfered sophiscated structures of how a civilization is built in a very simple & understandable style. Moreover, he added many of his opinion on the differences between the progress of development of Western and Eastern, also did he diagnosed the situation of japan (which represented the Eastern civilization at his time) và suggested many sound method on lifting that poor condition of his country without favoring neither Eastern nor Western knowl Fukuzawa Yukichi impressed me by the way he transfered sophiscated structures of how a civilization is built in a very simple and understandable style. Moreover, he added many of his opinion on the differences between the progress of development of Western và Eastern, also did he diagnosed the situation of japan (which represented the Eastern civilization at his time) & suggested many sound method on lifting that poor condition of his country without favoring neither Eastern nor Western knowledge. ...more
Brilliant, both as an intricate work of history and political philosophy, but also as a primary source for Japanese intellectual history in the 19th century. Fukuzawa has a particular gift for illustrating abstract theory with analogy.