Koichi ASAKURA

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Name
Koichi ASAKURA
E-mail
asakuratoyo.jp
Affiliation
Toyo University
Section
Faculty of Law
Research funding number
00522913

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2010
 - 
Today
Associate Professor, Toyo University, Faculty of Law
 

Published Papers

 
The Habermas-Rawls Controversy Revisited -- Beyond Diskursive Gerechtigkeit and Jusitice as fairness
Koichi ASAKURA
TOYOHOGAKU   60(3) 1(330)-22(309)   Mar 2017
compromise and integrity――problem of decision - making in medical care
Koichi ASAKURA
TOYOHOGAKU   59(3) 390(1)-373(18)   Mar 2016
Techinik ,Wissenschaft,Technologie und das kommunikative Handeln
Koichi ASAKURA
TOYOHOUGAKU   58(3) 270-251   Mar 2015
Koichi ASAKURA
International Inoue Enryo Research   (3)    Mar 2015   [Refereed]
The writings and activities of Inoue Enryou were consistent with enlightenment activities, specifically the popularization of philosophy and Buddhism. However, upon closer examination of how Inoue’s writings and activities developed, it becomes cl...
Dr.Enryo Inoue’s morality church (shusin kyokai) activity
Koichi ASAKURA
"TOYOHOGAKU"   57(3) 47-66   Mar 2014
Asakura Koichi
55(2) 314-300   Dec 2011
ASAKURA Kouichi
Journal of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences   12 35-49   Mar 2010
Looking back upon controversy between Haberms and Rawls,this peper considers the rationality of consensus. Habermas and Rawls go different ways along with each understanding of the use public and private reason,although they keep catch alive Kanti...
ASAKURA Koichi
Journal of the Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences   11 31-42   Jan 2009
This paper examines the value of the ethics of the care about moral education. The important features of It is important for Noddings's ethics of care are receptivity and reciprocity and their relationship in relatedness. On the other hand, from t...
Bulletin of the Graduate School, Toyo University   44 125-138   2007
ASAKURA Kouichi
Annals of the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches of Medicine   (23) 43-53   Oct 2005   [Refereed]
Nurses often face ethical dilemmas involving issues of conscience and responsibility. Etymologically, "conscience" (συνειδησιs, conscientia) involves getting to know meaning of one's own act together with the internalized other. In order for a per...
ASAKURA Kouichi
Annals of the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches of Medicine   (23) 131-134   Oct 2005   [Refereed]
ASAKURA Kouichi
Annals of the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches of Medicine   (21) 55-70   Oct 2003   [Refereed]
The fact that the conception of care has drawn our attention expands the definition of the moral realm of Kantian moral theory. It means that we must listen attentively to the "excluded other." And we must resolve the dichotomy between "reason, cu...
ASAKURA Koichi
(17) 32-41   Oct 1999   [Invited]
It is the purpose of this paper to argue the possibility of the application of discourse ethics (Diskursethik) to informed consent in bio-medical ethics. Discourse ethics, in general, is conceived as intersubjective acknowledgement of the validity...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Koichi ASAKURA
the 34th Congress of the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches in Medicine   8 Nov 2015   the Japanese Association for Philosophical and Ethical Researches in Medicine