著者
岸本 広司 Hiroshi Kishimot
雑誌
聖徳学園岐阜教育大学紀要 = Bulletin of Gifu College of Education (ISSN:09160175)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.31, pp.129-152, 1996-02-29

Edmund Burke introduced an Economical Reform Bill into Parliament on 11 February 1780 with one of his finest speeches. It was a refrom bill which would reduce patronage power of the Crown, and thus reduce its power to control the House of Commons. It was not Burke's intention blindly to preserve any institution. He recognized that change was an integral part of the social process. He advocated many reforms, especially economical reform. But reform for him meant the amelioration of the British Constitution, not its replacement by something new. Therefore his conception of reform was intrinsically conservative. In this paper, I clarify the relationship between conservation and reformation in Burke's political thought.
著者
岸本 広司
出版者
岐阜聖徳学園大学
雑誌
聖徳学園岐阜教育大学紀要 = Bulletin of Gifu College of Education (ISSN:09160175)
巻号頁・発行日
no.33, pp.311-330, 1997-02-28

Edmund Burke was blamed by his Bristol constituents. The charges against him were : first, his failure to visit Bristol more often; second, his favouring of Ireland rather than Bristol in the argument over liberalising trade; third, his support for a bill introduced by Lord Beauchamp; fourth, his religious bias for Catholicism. He was defeated in a general election of 1780,although he defended his entire record as representative from Bristol. In this paper, I consider Burke's view on catholic relief in relation to the Irish problems and clarify that it was one of reasons of his loss of Bristol constituency.
著者
久野 誠
出版者
岐阜聖徳学園大学
雑誌
聖徳学園岐阜教育大学紀要 = Bulletin of Gifu College of Education (ISSN:09160175)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.33, pp.61-80, 1997-02-28

Il y a longtemps que la Comparaison est negligee par rapport a la Metaphore a cause de la simplicite superficielle. En Europe, la Metaphore est presque synonyme des images. Mais, au Japon, c'est la Comparaison qui represente celles-ci. Que signifie-t-elle, cette difference? Cela nous renverra a la particularite de la copule japonaise. Nous tatonnerons des possibilites expressives de la Comparaison par l'examen des definitions et classifications passees. Aussi, nous en venous a identifier deux conditions necessaires pour la formation de la Comparaison : Imprevisibilite et Justice.
著者
広瀬 孝文/ボーチェック ボレスラフ A. Takafumi/Boczek Boleslaw A. Hirose
雑誌
聖徳学園岐阜教育大学紀要 = Bulletin of Gifu College of Education (ISSN:09160175)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.3, pp.28-56, 1976-07-20

This is a study of the relationship between the status of permanent neutrality and the modern system of collective security. The point in question is whether or not the status of permanent. Neutrality is compatible with the system of collective security which requires its members to participate in coercive measures against a common enemy. Based on a number of scholastic arguments presented in the past this is a comparative study of two different arguments : one by Switzerland which is not a member of the United Nations, and the other by Austria which has been a member of the U. N. since 1955. First, it examines these arguments in order to determine why Switzerland and Austria chose different, courses. Then, actual practices of these states in relation to the U. N. are examined in order to probe the possibility or impossibility of the existence of permanent neutrality in the United Nations. It is, then, concluded that, from a legal point of view, there remain many conditions that must be met before a permanently neutral state can become a member of the U. N. without any anxiety. But Austria became a member for her own politicalreasons, and the stability of her status in the U. N. largely depends on the political atmosphere of the organization. Whether a member of the U. N. or not, a permanently neutral state can contribute a great deal to the world peace in its own way.