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Professor Kilpatrick’s Page, Japanese Militarism as Social Isolation: An Extreme Instance of a Wider Evil


by William H. Kilpatrick - 1937

THE outrageous invasion of China by the Japanese army has stirred to indignation the rest of the world. The aim of this article, however, is not the study of militarism as such, still less to proclaim the Japanese as sinners above all others. Rather is the effort the more sober one of taking this obvious wrong as an instance of a much wider evil, namely the danger of mistaken action which confronts any group in the degree that is satisfyingly isolates itself from the corrective influence of other minds.


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Cite This Article as: Teachers College Record Volume 1 Number 1, 1937, p. 7-8
https://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 13567, Date Accessed: 1/27/2020 8:21:36 AM

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