紀要論文 日本“京都学派”形成的文化地理空间和学术交流空间研究
The Formation of the space of Culture Geography and Academic exchange for the Academic School of Kyoto in Japan

陳, 琳琳

10pp.655 - 672 , 2017-03-31 , 関西大学大学院東アジア文化研究科
ISSN:18827748
NII書誌ID(NCID):AA12327433
内容記述
文部科学省グローバルCOEプログラム 関西大学文化交渉学教育研究拠点
松浦章教授古稀記念号
[東アジアの歴史と動態]
After Japan moved in a capitalist direction by Meiji Reform in the latter half of the 19th century, modern culture and ideology from Europe became a new fashion in the academic circle, occidental culture and philosophy became common practice in the first empire university: University of Tokyo. In such kind of circumstance, a group of pure scholar that headed up by kanonaoki started the counterbalance with bureaucratic study in the newly built second empire university-Kyoto university, insufflated a fresh air to the Chinese study in Japan, which was used by Japanese government.This paper uses viewpoints of cultural geography, cultural exchange and systematics for reference, implements the concept of “space” to analyse and study “Kyoto school” which gave a forceful blow in the area of Chinese study in Japan. I would like to try my best to interpret the forming of “Kyoto school” from a completly new viewpoint at the basic of the former traditional study about “Kyoto school”. With such kind of viewpoint, we will find out that Kyoto school has two obvious morphologic space, that is cultural geographical space with the feature of “geographical culture” and academic exchange space with a basic carrier of “personnel exchange”. These 2 spaces are not only unique in their style but also have internal connecting link. These two spaces have autogenetic systems as well as internal relations. The overlapping and conglomerating of these two spaces is originated from the common admiration for Chinese culture. the pursuance of real Chinese Studies (Sinology), the intersection of same academic fields, and the communion of academic style and value.
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