ISSN 1881-6169

研究紀要 No.17(2012)


題目:日本におけるディベート教育 第一部
題目(英語):Teaching Debate In Japan Part One
著者:ポール・クラウジア(Paul KLOUSIA),長瀬 慶來(NAGASE Yoshiki)
要約:An Instructor of debate in Japan needs to be aware of some fundamental similarities and differences between Japan and the western countries. It is necessary to understand and account for these, before designing a course to successfully teach students the skills needed to be successful in Debate. The first step is to understand the basic philosophical differences between Japan and the west. The second step is to look at specific philosophers that had a significant impact on the development of political and educational systems in Japan and the west. The Greek philosophers Plato, Socrates and Aristotle form the basis of western ideas. The French philosopher Rosseau refined this thinking. The Transcendentalists Emerson and Thoreau further developed the ideas. Ghandi and Martin Luther King also had important impacts on the thinking of the west. Japanese philosophy has its roots in Confucianism and Shinto. Buddhism and Legalism later refined the philosophical basis of Japan's educational and political systems.
キーワード:Debate, Teaching, Social Contract, Civil Disobedience, Meritocracy