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SICK MAN OF EUROPE OR JAPAN OF THE NEAR EAST?: CONSTRUCTING OTTOMAN MODERNITY IN THE HAMIDIAN AND YOUNG TURK ERAS

The Japanese government, adorned with great intelligence and ideological firmness in progress, has implemented and promoted European methods of commerce and industry in its own country, and has turned the whole of Japan into a factory of progress, thanks to many educational institutions; it has atte... Full description

Journal Title: International Journal of Middle East Studies 2004, Vol.36(2), pp.207-230
Main Author: Worringer, Rene
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title: SICK MAN OF EUROPE OR JAPAN OF THE NEAR EAST?: CONSTRUCTING OTTOMAN MODERNITY IN THE HAMIDIAN AND YOUNG TURK ERAS
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  • Meiji Japan
  • Ottoman Empire
  • Society
  • Ideology
  • Russian History
  • Centuries
  • Modernism
ispartof: International Journal of Middle East Studies, 2004, Vol.36(2), pp.207-230
description: The Japanese government, adorned with great intelligence and ideological firmness in progress, has implemented and promoted European methods of commerce and industry in its own country, and has turned the whole of Japan into a factory of progress, thanks to many educational institutions; it has attempted to secure and develop Japans capacity for advancement by using means to serve the needs of the society such as benevolent institutions, railways, and in short, innumerable modes of civilization. , mouthpiece for Yldz Palace, 1897 We should take note of Japan, this nation which has become rivals with the Great Powers in thirty to forty years. One should pay attention to thatthat a nation not separating patriotic public spirit and the good of the homeland from its life is surely such that though sustaining wounds, setting out against any type of danger that threatens its existence, it certainly preserves its national independence. The Japanese successes of Port Arthurare a product of this patriotic zeal. , Ottoman newspaper, Committee of Union and Progress (CUP), 1904 While the despot of Turkey and the despot of Russia tremble and hideit has come to pass in the Far East among this admirable people that, like the Turks, have been treatedas barbariansthat the Japanese tended to develop in all the Far East their material and moral influences, to make themselves the guardians, otherwise the masters, of the yellow world.And that is how one has to see this vast intellectual and moral organization. They whose civilization, achieved in half a century, has become superior to European civilization which has fallen into decay; they who do not have to reproach massacres, who do not have to gag any mouths out of which a liberal word came, who do not have to exile or suppress patriots. Indeed, for our part, it is this yellow civilization that we wish to see universalized because it is the fruit of a principled, faithful and highly intelligent organization, because it is based on a conception of human destinies that excludes holy icons and false sentimentalities, because, above all, it is the daughter of a constitutional government which Ottoman patriotsall their efforts striving for this goalwill conclude by understanding the absolute necessity for the poor Turkish people that Hamidian terrorism be plunged into the mire. , French organ of the CUP, 1905
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