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This index section of the book Miki Kiyoshi 1897-1945: Japan's Itinerant Philosopher presents a list of names, terms and concepts that occur in the book. The book talks about Miki Kiyoshi, who was respected as a scholar and regarded as a man of conscience or even a martyr. However, he was revered not only as a philosopher, but also as a poet. The link between Miki's death as a political prisoner and the hastened introduction of a civil liberties bill during the Occupation period led to a generally affirmative view of Miki's life and works in the immediate aftermath of the war.

Keywords: Japan; Miki Kiyoshi



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