Articles by Takahashi Tetsuya« Back to list
Tetsuya Takahashi (高橋 哲哉) is a professor of philosophy at the University of Tokyo and author of the best-selling book Yasukuni Mondai (The Yasukuni Shrine issue) (Chikuma Shobo, Tokyo, 2005). A list of his works is available in his profile on the website of Philosophy Department at the University of Tokyo. His current research interests center on problems of deconstruction, history and memory, and the Showa era.
What March 11 Means to Me: Nuclear Power and the Sacrificial System ３１１
Philosophy as Activism in Neo-Liberal, Neo-Nationalist Japan
Yasukuni Shrine at the Heart of Japan's National Debate: History, Memory, Denial
Koreans Under Assault From the Japanese Right
The National Politics of the Yasukuni Shrine
The Emperor Showa standing at ground zero: on the (re-)configuration of a national memory of the Japanese people