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Peace, value, and wisdom : the educational philosophy of Daisaku Ikeda

Author: George David Miller
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2002.
Series: Value inquiry book series, v. 122.; Value inquiry book series., Daisaku Ikeda studies.
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This book introduces readers to the Buddhist-based philosophy of education of Daisaku Ikeda. Ikeda's philosophy of education offers human revolution, value creation, and dialogue as counterweights to  Read more...

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Named Person: Daisaku Ikeda; Daisaku Ikeda; Daisaku Ikeda
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: George David Miller
ISBN: 9042013591 9789042013599
OCLC Number: 49698787
Description: xix, 192 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm.
Contents: List of IllustrationsForeword by Lawrence Edward Carter, Sr.AcknowledgementsINTRODUCTION 1. The Life Work of Daisaku Ikeda: Peace Through Education 2. The Burden of Introduction 3. Organization of the Book 4. The Search for Wisdom: Spirituality in Education 5. Soka EducationPART ONEBLENDING BUDDHISM AND HUMANISMONE The Buddhism of Nichiren Daishonin 1. Nichiren Daishonin and His Impact on Ikeda 2. The Buddhism Nichiren Daishonin Inherits 3. 1253: The Revolution Begins 4. The Egalitarian and Inclusive Nature of EnlightenmentTWO The Humanism of Tsunesaburo Makiguchi 1. Challenging Authority 2. Humanist Manifesto I and Makiguchi's Philosophy of Education A. Specific Needs, Specific Philosophies of Life B. Happiness as Individual Fulfillment and Shared Experience C. Value Creation D. The Reorientation of Responsibility 3. Makiguchi's Philosophy of Education: A Brief EvaluationTHREE Five Kinds of EyesFOUR The Ten States of Being 1. From the Prison of Hell to the Eternity of Buddhahood A. Hell (The First Evil Path) B. Hungry Spirits (The Second Evil Path) C. Animals (The Third Evil Path) D. Asura or Warlike Demons (The Fourth Evil Path) E. Human Beings F. Heavenly Beings G. Voice-Hearers H. Cause-Awakened Ones I. Bodhisattva J. BuddhahoodFIVE Three Thousand Realms in a Single Moment of Life 1. The 3,000 Possible Worlds or Ichinen Sanzen 2. The Three Realms 3. The Ten Factors 4. The 3,000 Worlds and the Holistic PersonSIX The Causality of Karma SEVEN The Nine Consciousnesses and the Greater and Lesser SelfEIGHT Kosen-RufuNINE Value CreationTEN EnlightenmentPART TWOIKEDA'S MAJOR PRINCIPLES AND VIRTUESELEVEN Compassionate RevolutionTWELVE Cosmic CitizenshipTHIRTEEN Peaceful CompetitionFOURTEEN Completeness and Incompleteness 61FIFTEEN Self-MasterySIXTEEN Philosophically Based EducationSEVENTEEN Hope as a Moral VirtueEIGHTEEN Trust and HarmonyNINETEEN Faith and Ultimate MeaningTWENTY The SuperrationalPART THREEIMAGINARY DIALOGUESTWENTY-ONE Lao Tzu's Hierarchy of Effective LeadershipTWENTY-TWO Plato's Notion of Mass EnlightenmentTWENTY-THREE John Stuart Mill's Higher and Lower PleasuresTWENTY-FOUR Alfred North Whitehead's Inert IdeasTWENTY-FIVE John Dewey's Participatory EducationTWENTY-SIX Antonio Gramsci's Organic IntellectualTWENTY-SEVEN Martin Luther King, Jr.'s Tough-Mindedness and Tender-HeartednessTWENTY-EIGHT Paulo Freire's Circles of CertaintyTWENTY-NINE Howard Gardner's Multiple IntelligencesTHIRTY George David Miller's Revolutionary BreaksPART FOURMEETING TODAY'S EDUCATIONAL CHALLENGES ON IKEDA'S TERMSTHIRTY-ONE Chalk, Erasers, and Violence in the ClassroomTHIRTY-TWO Self-Esteem and the Enduring SelfTHIRTY-THREE Reductionism and CompartmentalizationTHIRTY-FOUR Nihilism and ApathyTHIRTY-FIVE IntoleranceCONCLUSION 1. International Education 2. School Systems 3. The General Curriculum 4. Teachers and Students 5. Addendum Epilogue by Mark Roelof EleveldNotesBibliography 1. Writings of Daisaku Ikeda 2. Other Works CitedAbout the AuthorAppendix: PhotographsIndex 187
Series Title: Value inquiry book series, v. 122.; Value inquiry book series., Daisaku Ikeda studies.
Responsibility: George David Miller.

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