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藤原喜代蔵 ・ Kiyozou Fujiwara

2015.05.15 (Fri)

Kiyozou Fujiwara was born into a farming family in the village of Toneri (present-day Kitafuku, Yurihama) in 1883. Prior to World War II, Fujiwara was a representative education critic, who discussed educational philosophy in the context of the politics, religious, literary ideologies of society at the time, as well as commented on the environment and conduct of the leaders in the educational community. He left a considerable influence on the Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology’s policies and authored several books including The History of the Educational Philosophers of the Meiji, Taisho, and Showa Periods.

1883(明治16)年、舎人村北福(湯梨浜町北福)の農家に生まれ、第2次世界大戦以前の代表的な教育評論家。教育思想を政治、宗教、文芸など社会全般の時代思想の中で論じ、同時に教育界の主要な人物の行動や境遇をも評論しています。文部科学省の教育施策に多大な影響を与え、著書には「明治大正昭和教育思想学人物史」などがあります。

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