International Ōgai Studies

Keyword:

Western learning (6)

Fessler, Susanne
The Debate on the Uselessness of Western Studies”, The Journal of Japanese Studies 37.1 (Winter 2011): 61–90.

Fujii Masato
Die Wahrheit über Japan: Dritte Ergänzung: Frage an Dr. E. Naumann, Tokio: Japanisch-Deutsche Gesellschaft e.V. 1982. 52p.

Hasegawa Izumi
“Continuity and Discontinuity in Modern Japanese Literature”, Acta Asiatica 56 (1989): 77–89.

Hirakawa Sukehiro
“Psychology of Encounter and National Self-Conceit: Mori Ōgai’s and Nishida Kitarō’s Warnings against the Fall of Western Learning in Japan”, KBS Bulletin on Japanese Culture 77 (April–May 1966): 1–11.

Hirakawa Sukehiro
“Changing Japanese Attitudes Toward Western Learning: A Study on ‘The Rise and Fall of Western Learning’ by Ōgai Mori”, Contemporary Japan 28.3 (1966): 550–66; 28.4 (1967): 789–806; 29.1 (1968): 138–157.

Hopper, Helen M.
The Conflict Between Japanese Tradition and Western Learning in the Meiji Intellectual Mori Ōgai (1862–1922), Ph.D. thesis, Washington University 1976. Unpublished typescript. 299p.