多様的で寛容な日本・Diverse and tolerant Japan


伊藤攘一の個人意見よりも、伊藤攘一がある教授さんから聞いた日本民族についてのセオリー(理論)。
Joi ito: Before the Meiji Restoration, Japan was more diverse and tolerating then it is now.

そのセオリーによると、明治前の日本はもっと多様的で寛容って話があった

JOI ITO WEBから:

Then we talked about Ishihara and plain old-fashioned racism. A university professor pointed out that it was a problem, and described his theory on what may be one of the causes. Japan imported single-race nationalism as a unifying concept from Germany during the Meiji period. The Japanese word, minzoku, which refers to its people comes from das volk. Japan forced a national dialect and basically centralized control and stamped out a great deal of diversity in order to empower the central government under this process. Before this, Japan was more diverse and more tolerant. Later, this would blow up as a working philosophy in Nazi Germany and Japan. However, as a strategy of combating the threat of communism in Japan, the US occupation and the Japanese government allowed these nationalists and the sense of racial purity to remain and fester in modern Japan in order to fight the more liberal emerging left-wing of Japan. Most people agreed that Japanese needed to increase immigration to deal with the population and aging problem, but that with this latent racism and intolerance for diversity immigration would not work well.

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伊藤攘一についてちょっと一言、

この方はなんていうかな、visionaryでprogressiveで21世紀の匂いする。 僕は個人的に大好きです。

ってか、俺と同じ匂いするって言いたいけど、でもそれは伊藤さんにかなり失礼かもしれない。

もう一つ、この人のブログは世界的に有名です
一番人気ある時は世界総合全言語ブログランキングの50位以内は入ってた
今は151位まで下がってしまたけど

それでも

色色の34,508位と比べたら大分マシだと思うで(笑)

ってか笑えない(泣)

伊藤攘一の:

Wikipediaプロフィル(英語)
Wikipediaプロフィル(日本語)
日本語ブログ
英語ブログ

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