2021-08-02T16:06:46Zhttps://repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/oaioai:repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp:000359202021-03-01T13:39:11ZThe Conflict between Traditional and Western Mathematics at the Tokyo Mathematical Society in the Early Meiji Era明治初期日本数学界における伝統数学と西洋数学の競争 : 東京数学会社から東京数学物理学会への転換を中心に薩日娜135567application/pdfThe establishment of the Tokyo Mathematical Society in the early Meiji era was a remarkable event in the history of mathematics in Japan. As a modern academic society, the Tokyo Mathematical Society played an important part in the transformation of mathematics in Japan. The Tokyo Mathematical Society started as a society for spreading and researching mathematical knowledge and maintaining the tradition of Wasan. In the early period of the Tokyo Mathematical Society, Japanese mathematics coexisted with western mathematics, but following the general tendency of westernization in the Meiji era, advocates of western mathematics became dominant at the Tokyo Mathematical Society. The conflict between Narayoshi YANAGI（柳楢悦） and Dairoku KIKUCHI（菊池大麓）. Kikushi won Yanagi and acquired the Leadership of the society. Thus the Tokyo Mathematical Society was renamed the Tokyo Mathematico-Physical Society and restarted as a society for research and education of western mathematics and physicsdepartmental bulletin paper東京大学教養学部哲学・科学史部会2007-01-31application/pdf哲学・科学史論叢9(1)(27)AA1134245313446185https://repository.dl.itc.u-tokyo.ac.jp/record/35920/files/tkr009006.pdfjpn