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The Right to Live

TATEIWA Shin'ya, BITO Hiroki & OKAMOTO Atsushi 2009 Tokyo, Doseisha, 141p.

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¡TATEIWA Shin'ya, BITO Hiroki & OKAMOTO Atsushi March 10, 2009 The Right to Live, Tokyo, Doseisha, 141p. ISBN-10:4886214789 ISBN-13:978-4886214782 1,400yen + Tax@[amazon] / [kinokuniya]
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¡Contents

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The biggest/first human right is that we can live. Now it becomes dangerous even to have the right. A sociologist, lawer and a journalist talk about the current Japanese society that is "cold to the weak". In this country once you fail, you cannot stop on your way. You will go to the bottom. You are no exception.

Article 25 of the Japanese Constitution
1. All people shall have the right to maintain the minimum standards of wholesome and cultured living.
2. In all spheres of life, the State shall use its endeavors for the promotion and extension of social welfare and security, and of public health.

¡Table of Contents

Chapter 1. I Do not Think Our Goal Is to Have the "Minimum Standards" by TATEIWA Shin'ya

Chapter 2. Then, What Is the Society for? by BITO Hiroki

Chapter 3. The World that Is Cold to the Weak by OKAMOTO Atsushi
Interviewer: HORIKIRI Kazuo

Appendix. "Asahi Case" & Other Cases concerning the "Right to Live"



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