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Sansho the Bailiff – Liberal, Japanese Values

Zushiô’s father is an anachronistic Lockean, telling his son “Men are created equal. Everyone is entitled to their happiness.”  His commitment to Enlightenment ideals doesn’t play over well in 11th Century Japan, and his family is exiled.  They don’t even … Continue reading

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