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  • 1990”NŠJÃ@MORAL EDUCATION ‡T

    Robert K. Fullinwider Harvard University
    "The Ends of Political and Moral Education"

    Hidetoshi Kato National Institute of Multi-Media Education
    "Ethics, Education, and Society"

    P. Michael Timpane President, Teacher's College Columbia University
    "Reflections on Education in Japan"

    Minoru Murai Professor, Daito Bunka University
    "Morality and Education in Japan Today"

    Edwin J. Delattre Boston University
    "Ethics and Education in America"


  • 1991”NŠJÃ@MORAL EDUCATION ‡U

    Robert J. Myers President, Carnegie Council
    "A New Symbol for a New Age"

    Michio Nagai Former Japanese minister of Education
    "The Conservatism of the East and West: A Personal Recollection"

    James J. Shields New York City College
    "Changing Family and Gender Values in the United States: New Challenges to Moral@@ Development"

    Tokuo Kataoka Professor and Chairman of Education, Hiroshima University
    "Moral Sensibility in Japan as Seen Through Home Life and Business Enterprises"

    Masao Terasaki Professor and Chairman of Education, University of Tokyo
    "Moral Education in Japanese Schools: Points at Issue and Difficulties"

    P. Michel Timpane President, Teachers College, Columbia University
    "Values Education: An American View"

    Shinkichi Eto President, Asia University
    "Challenges of Education in a Prosperous Japan"

    Joel H. Rosenthal President, Carnegie Council on Ethics and International Affairs
    "Looking Forward: Norms for Interdependent Worlds"

  • 1992”NŠJÃ@MORAL EDUCATION ‡V

    James N. Rosenau Professor, George Washington University
    "Integrating and Disintegrating Forces in International Affairs"

    Akira Iriye Professor,Harvard University
    "Ethics and U.S.\Japanese Relations: A Historical Perspective"

    John Brademas President Emeritus, New York University
    "Internationalizing Higher Education"

    Shinkichi Eto President, Asia University
    "Democracy as Ethics"

    Edward Friedman Professor, University of Wisconsin
    "Is Democracy a Universal Ethical Standard?"

    Ellis Krauss Professor, University of Pittsburgh
    "Normative Approaches to Economic and Trade Issues"

    Chiaki Nishiyama Professor Emeritus, Rikkyo University
    "Ethics, Society, and Trade: The Japanese Expereience"

    Charles W. Kegley, Jr. Professor, University of South Carolina
    "Summary Overview"

    John E. Becker Professor, Fairleigh Dickinson University
    "Ethics and General Education"


  • 1993”NŠJÃ@MORAL EDUCATION ‡W

    Robert N. Bellah Professor, University of California, Berkeley
    "Individualism, Community, and Ethics in the United States and Japan"

    Noriyoshi Tamaru Professor, Taisho University
    "The Individual and Society in the Japanese Cultual Tradition"

    Eshun Hamaguchi Professor, International Research Center for Japanese
    "Innovation of an Ethical Paradigm and Jpanese Culuture"

    Hiroshi Hazama Professor, Waseda University
    "Japanese Style Management and Human Rights"

    Thomas Donaldson Professor, Georgetown University
    "International Communitarianism and Economic Life"

    Richard L. Ferguson President, American College Teasing Program
    "Ethics, Education, and Assessment The Role of American College Testing"

    Yotaro Hamada Chancellor, Rikkyo University
    "Private vs. Public Higher Education in Japan"

    Robert N. Bellah Professor, University of California, Berkeley
    "The Role of Japanese and American People in an International Era"


  • 1994”NŠJÃ@MORAL EDUCATION ‡X

    Philip Reilly Shriver Center for Mental Retardation
    "Genetics, Personal Autonomy, and Public Health"

    Keiko Nakamura Deputy Director General Biohistory Research Hall, Waseda University
    "The Future of the Life Sciences and Their Relationship with Society: The Suggestions of@ Biohistory"

    Arthur L. Caplan Director, Center for Biomedical Ethics, University of Pennsylvania
    "What is Wrong With Eugenics?"

    Hisatake Kato Professor, Kyoto University
    "DNA Manipulation and Affirmative Action"

    James V. Neel Department of Human Genetics Medical Science University of Michigan
    "A Program for Genetics in a World of Desperate Scarcities"

    Minoru Murai Professor Emeritus, Keio University
    "A Discourse on the Relationship between Advanced Science and Ethics"


  • 1996”NŠJÃ@Models of Public Philosophy, East and West

    William Galston Institute for Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland
    Sissela Bok (discussant) Harvard University
    "The American Conception of Public Philosophy"

    Tamotsu Aoki Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo
    Minoru Murai (discussant) Keio University
    "Public Philosophy Discourse in Japan"

    Peter Zarrow Princeton University
    Xiaorong Li (discussant) Institute of Philosophy and Public Policy, University of Maryland
    "The Idea of Public Philosophy in China"

    Yersu Kim Division of Philosophy and Ethics, UNESCO
    Laurel Kendall (discussant) Museum of Natural History, New York
    "From the Korean Conception of Public Philosophy"

    John Lukacs Intellectual historian and essayist
    Samuel Fleischacker (discussant) Williams College
    "Culture, Civilization and Public Philosophy"

    Alan Ryan New College, Oxford University
    Daniel Bell (discussant) American Academy of Arts and Sciences
    "Towards a New Public Philosophy"


  • 1997”NŠJÃ@What Do You Deserve? Public Philosophy, Welfare, and Changing Social Contracts

    Robert E. Goodin Philosopher, Research School of Social Sciences, Australian National University
    "Welfare, Security, and Public Philosophy"

    (United States)
    Hugh Heclo Professor of public affairs, George Mason University
    (Japan)
    Kenichi Tominaga Tokyo University
    Kazuaki Tezuka (discussant) Chiba University
    (Hungary / East Central Europe)
    Zsuzsa Ferge Centre for Sociology and Social Policy, Eotvos Lorand University,
    (United Kingdom)
    Anthony Atkinson Suntory Toyota Welfare State Program, London School of Economics
    (Chile)
    Veronica Montecinos Pennsylvania State University
    (Scandinavia)
    Costa Esping Anderson Denmark
    "Welfare Issues, the Changing Social Contract, and Public Philosophy in Individual@ Societies"


  • 1999”NŠJÃ@Public Philosophy, Environment, and Social Justice

    Dale Jamieson Carleton College
    Hisatake Kato (discussant) Kyoto University
    Shiv Visvanathan(discussant) Centre for the Study of Developing Societies
    "Environmental Justice: The State of the Field"

    (Japan)
    Yukiko Kada Lake Biwa Museum
    (United States)
    Diane Austin Bureau of Applied Research in Anthropology (BARA), University of Oregon Arizona
    Discussants
    Jeffrey Broadbent University of Minnesota
    Joanne Bauer Carnegie Council
    (China)
    Ma Zhong Beijing Environment and Development Institute
    (India)
    Shiv Visvanathan Centre for the Study of Developing Societies
    Discussants
    Kavita Philip Georgia Institute of Technology
    Roger Kasperson Clark University
    (Brazil)
    Tim Finan, BARA University of Arizona
    (Peru)
    Kenny Broad International Research Institute for Climate Prediction (IRI)
    (Discussants)
    Roger Pulwarty NOAA's Office of Global Programs
    Corinne Valdivia University of Missouri

    "Environmental Justice Discourses: Case Studies from China, India, Japan, the United@ States, Brazil, and Peru"


  • 2001”NŠJÃ@The Search for a "Useable Past."

    Paper: Eamonn Callan, Stanford University: "Reconciliation and the Ethics of Public Memory"
    Respondent: Stephen Macedo, Princeton University

    Germany
    Paper: Robert G. Moeller, U. C. Irvine: What Has 'Coming to Terms with the Past Meant? From History to Memory to the 'History of Memory' in Germany
    Respondent: Jeff Olick, Columbia University

    United States
    Paper: Jonathan Hansen, Harvard University, "From National Fiction to Moral Oblivion: American Civic Identity in the Age of Imperialism"
    Respondent: David Blight, Amherst College

    Russia
    Paper: Thomas Sherlock, United States Military Academy, "Reconceptualizing Political History? Russian Secondary School Textbooks"
    Respondent: Kathleen Smith, Independent Scholar

    The Philippines
    Paper: Michael Salman UCLA, "Ambivalent Domestication's in the Philippines: Bondage and Identity in Modern Nationalism's Dialectic of Remembering and Forgetting."
    Respondent: Vicente Rafael, UCSD

    "Teaching History Today: Imperatives and Obstacles"
    Public presentation on the uses of history education, Diane Ravitch, NYU
    With a response by Eamonn Callan, Stanford University

    Japan
    Paper: Akira Iriye, Harvard University, "Can History Be Shared?"
    Respondent: Takashi Yoshida, Yale University

    The Jewish People
    Paper: David Roskies, Jewish Theological Seminar, "Jewish Covenantal Memory in a Secular Age"
    Respondent: Emmanuel Sivan, Hebrew University

    Cross-cutting themes and final discussion
    Commentators:
    Ruti Teitel, New York Law School
    Robert Fullinwider, University of Maryland


  • 2002”NŠJÃ@Religious Traditions of Peace in Times of War

    Susumu Shimazono University of Tokyo
    Dr. Carl Becker Kyoto University
    "A Japanese Buddhist Movement and its Pacifism"

    George Lopez University of Notre Dame
    David Rodin Oxford University
    "Christianity, Pacifism and Just War"

    Rabbi Philip Bentley Jewish Peace Fellowship
    Rabbi Arthur Waskow The Shalom Center
    "Jewish Perspectives on Pacifism"

    Muhammed Abu-Nimar American University
    Azza Karam Director of Women's Program, World Conference on Religion and Peace
    Sohail Hashmi Mt. Holyhoke College
    "Islamic Perspectives on Pacifism"


 

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