Der Tennō-Diskurs bei Watsuji Tetsurō und Amano Teiyū – Die Instrumentalisierung des Wortschatzes des deutschen Idealismus zur politischen Stabilisierung in der unmittelbaren Nachkriegszeit

Ken'ichi Mishima
In the postwar era, Amano Teiyū and Watsuji Tetsurō enjoyed among the Japanese public a reputation as “old liberalists” who had not been contaminated by the insane kokutai-ideology Japanese militarism had propagated. Both wrote immediately after the war that the new constitutional status of the emperor as a symbol of national integration merely described the quintessence of the time-honored tradition of the Tennō. To summarize their opinion: the Tennō had been re-established as the incarnation...
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