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タイトル: 漢方医道の継承 : 浅田宗伯の知識観と師弟関係
その他のタイトル: Imparting the knowledge of kampo-medicine : Sohaku ASADA's view of knowledge and the relationship with his apprentices
著者: 川口, 陽徳
著者(別言語): Kawaguchi, Youtoku
発行日: 2006年3月10日
出版者: 東京大学大学院教育学研究科
掲載誌情報: 東京大学大学院教育学研究科紀要. 45巻, 2006.3, pp. 11-20
抄録: This study focuses on Sohaku ASADA and based on his remaining writings in detail traces the insights and views concerning the knowledge of Kampo-medicine (The Japanese way of traditional Chinese Healing). ASADA was a Kampo-physician, who lived during the end of the Edo-era and the beginning of the Meiji-era. He devoted himself to educate his apprentices. In fact, his remarkable contribution was to categorize the knowledge of Kampo-medicine and impart them to his apprentices thoroughly. These categories are 'I-GAKU', 'I-JUTSU'and 'I-DOU'. Above all, ASADA insisted that 'I-GAKU'is not just the only knowledge physicians shall acquire. Although he divided the medical knowledge into those three categories, he knew that in truth all of them need to be seen as unified. Therefore, he set up clinical spaces with the intention to allow all types of knowledge to trickle and spill vigorously together as a device for unification. He inclined his apprentices to become physicians who naturally put this way of integrative healing into practice and so unify the three categories into one.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2261/15888
ISSN: 13421050


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