Departmental Bulletin Paper 戦後道徳教育から失われた価値観 : 建学の精神・校訓にみる「敬神崇祖」語に着目して
Lost values in the postwar moral education in Japan:a special focus on the phrase “Kei-Shin-Su-So” reflected in a school philosophy and motto
センゴ ドウトクキョウイク カラ ウシナワレタ カチカン : ケンガク ノ セイシン コウクン ニミル ケイシンスウソ ゴ ニ チャクモク シテ

牛見, 真博

49pp.29 - 37 , 2016-12 , 大島商船高等専門学校
Considering the interpretation of “Kei-Shin-Su-So” incorporated in a school philosophy and motto possessed by secular schools, this paper  discusses roles of religious sentiments in the modern education. Moreover, this paper points out, through the comparative investigation between the ministry’s modern and prewar curriculum guidelines, that religious sentiments have been removed from the Japanese postwar moral education since the end of the World War II. It is argued in this paper that religious sentiments based on Japanese national traits lead to nothing less than respecting our national tradition and culture, which is emphasized in the current Japanese Fundamental Law of Education.

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