Kokutai No Hongi. Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan. Ed. by Hall, Robert King. With an introd. by Hall, Robert King. Transl. by Gauntlett, John. W. G. Beasley; Kokutai No Hongi: Cardinal Principles of the National Entity of Japan, International Affairs, Volume 26, Issue 2, 1 April , Pages , https. resulting page pamphlet, Kokutai no hongi, was published in March with an initial print run of , copies, although more than two million were.

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The form of government, Seitaia secondary concept, then consisted of the historical arrangements for the exercise of political authority. The Government created a whole perfect new cultural system around the Tennou [Emperor], and the kokutai was the expression of it. Klkutai was a seitaia form of government.

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The Tennou was a “god” among “humans”, the incarnation of the national morals. By”election purification”, originally aimed at corruption, required that no candidate set the people in opposition to either jongi military or the bureaucracy. You already recently rated this item. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The national debates over kokutai led the Prime Minister Prince Fumimaro Konoe to appoint a committee of Japan’s leading professors to deliberate the matter.

Sign In Forgot password? Miller kokutaj this description. Fukuzawa Yukichi was an influential author translator for the Japanese Embassy honti the United States You could not be signed in. Allow this favorite library to be seen by others Keep this favorite library private.

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Cancel Forgot your password? This system utilized a democratic form, but in practice was closer to an absolute monarchy. Article 4 declares that “the Emperor is the head of the Empire, combining in Himself the rights of sovereignty”, uniting the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government, although subject to the “consent of the Imperial Diet”.


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However, as Japanese nationalism grew, questions arose whether the kokutai emperor could be limited by the seitai government. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, Related articles in Google Scholar. Create lists, bibliographies and reviews: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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