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アステイオン75

アステイオン75
公益財団法人サントリー文化財団・アステイオン編集委員会 編
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  • ISBN978-4-484-11230-5
  • 2011.10発行

特集「知識人の20世紀――追悼ダニエル・ベル」:マーク・リラ/岩男壽美子/猪木武徳/三浦雅士/苅部直/佐々木幹郎。〔創刊号より再録〕ダニエル・ベル+山崎正和対談。連載・最終回「神話と舞踊」山崎正和。

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<■特集■>
知識人の20世紀
――追悼ダニエル・ベル

リベラルな多元主義者
……マーク・リラ(コロンビア大学人文学教授)

ダニエル・ベルと日本
……岩男壽美子(慶應義塾大学名誉教授)

20世紀末の危機と希望――「市民社会(シヴィル・ソサエティ)」の命運
……ダニエル・ベル+山崎正和 〔再録〕

「市民社会(シヴィル・ソサエティ)」の現代的意義――山崎正和氏への手紙
……ダニエル・ベル 〔再録〕

二五年遅れの返信――ダニエル・ベル氏の霊前に
……山崎正和

公智の尊重が善き政治を生む
……猪木武徳(国際日本文化研究センター所長)

自己という傍観者――言語論としての知識人問題
……三浦雅士(文芸評論家)

「大正百年」としての現在――知識人と「社会」
……苅部 直(東京大学大学院法学政治学研究科教授)

カオスと分析――梅棹忠夫論
……佐々木幹郎(詩人)

<The Essays>
裾濃の石崖――中村草田男の句集から
……芳賀 徹(東京大学名誉教授)

創造行為としての解釈
……高階秀爾(大原美術館館長、西洋美術振興財団理事長)

<世界の思潮>
ヘゲモニーをめぐる二つの主張
……張 競(明治大学教授)

漂流する大学教育
……苅谷剛彦(オックスフォード大学社会学科教授)

アメリカにおける不平等の拡大――「金メッキ時代」の再来と民主主義の危機
……マルガリータ・エステベス=アベ(シラキューズ大学マックスウェル大学院政治学准教授)

アラブの春と西欧の「危うい正義」
……渡邊啓貴(東京外国語大学国際関係研究所所長・教授)

知的活力の二つのあり方
……待鳥聡史(京都大学大学院法学研究科教授)

大統領の売り込み
……アレクサンダー・スティル(コロンビア大学教授)

<The Essays>
文化としての「発車メロディ」――「サウンドスケープ」から「聴覚文化」へ
……渡辺 裕(東京大学大学院人文社会系研究科教授)

南の島の桧の原生林
……藤森照信(工学院大学建築学部教授)

ホタル、トンボで飯が食えるか
……奥本大三郎(ファーブル昆虫館館長)

<連載>
神話と舞踊――文明史試論(連載最終回)
……山崎正和(劇作家)

震災と地域文化――被災地の希望と癒し

Contents

Special Feature: Intellectuals in the Twentieth Century
In honor of the memory of Daniel Bell


The Liberal Pluralist
by Mark Lilla
-- Daniel Bell died this past January. The author looks back at their intellectual interchange and considers Bell’s outstanding intellectual powers combining a keen societal observation with a prescient sense of future trends.

Daniel Bell and Japan
by Sumiko Iwao
-- Daniel Bell had a deep appreciation of Japan’s traditional culture and arts. The author, based on their three-decade-long private and public association, retraces Bell’s contacts with and thinking about Japanese culture and society.

Retrospective: Danger and Hope at the End of the Twentieth Century: The Fate of Civil Society
Daniel Bell and Masakazu Yamazaki in conversation
-- In this dialogue appearing in the very first issue of Asteion (Summer 1986), Bell and Yamazaki discussed society and politics in Japan and the United States paying special attention to Bell’s theory of civil society.

▼Bell and Yamazaki enjoyed a correspondence spanning twenty-five years. This letter from Bell on the contemporary significance of civil society was published along with the original dialogue, and now Yamazaki pens a reply a quarter of a century later.

A Respect for "Public Intelligence" Should Lead to Better Politics
by Takenori Inoki
-- With the rush to specialization in academia, interest in intellectual circles in public matters is waning. But what Japan needs now more than ever is public intellectuals equipped with a public intelligence and public virtue.

The Self as Spectator: The Fundamental Intellectual Dilemma From the Perspective of Literary Theory
by Masashi Miura
-- It is the task of intellectuals to unite theory and action, but they are fated to endure the dilemma of a perennial split and friction between the two.

Intellectuals and Society One Hundred Years After the Start of the Taisho Period
by Tadashi Karube
-- Urbanization, mass society, academic specialization -- these gained momentum from the 1920s. Due to ignoring such trends the intellectual activity of Japanese intellectuals faltered, but that tendency is still evident today.

On Tadao Umesao: Chaos and Analysis
by Mikiro Sasaki
-- The formation of prominent anthropologist Umesao’s civilization studies, as represented in the work Ecological Conception of the History of Civilizations, can be retraced in his field notes.

Essays

The Nostalgic Poetic World of Kusatao Nakamura
by Toru Haga

Analytical Interpretation as a Creative Act
by Shuji Takashina

Correspondence on Current Thought

Two Contrasting Views of Hegemony From America and China
by Kyo Cho

College Education Adrift
by Takehiko Kariya

Growing Inequality in America: The New Gilded Age and Democracy at Risk
by Margarita Estevez-Abe

The Arab Spring and Western Europe’s Compromised Justice
by Hirotaka Watanabe

Two Models of Intellectual Activity, America and Japan
by Satoshi Machidori

On "The Selling of the President"
by Alexander Stille

Essays

Auditory Culture as Seen in the Melodies Signaling the Closing of Train Doors
by Hiroshi Watanabe

Cypress Trees in a Virgin Taiwanese Forest
by Terunobu Fujimori

"Man Can't Live on Fireflies and Dragonflies Alone": The Difficulties of Conservation and Anti-nuclear Movements
by Daisaburo Okumoto

Mythology and Dance: An Essay in the History of Civilization (last of a series)
by Masakazu Yamazaki
-- An attempt to trace our increasingly universalized contemporary civilization back to far-away ancient history and to see the history of human civilization as a coherent progression.

Community Culture After the March 11 Disaster: Hope and Healing in the Disaster Zone
-- This year the Suntory Prize for Community Cultural Activities was awarded to the National Drum Festival in Rikuzentakata (Iwate Prefecture) and to Cosquin en Japon in Kawamata (Fukushima Prefecture).

●デザイン/齋藤 寧
●編集協力/林 晟一
●翻訳協力/斉藤裕一、ジャネット・アシュビー
●校閲/竹内輝夫