Planning the Future World with
the Diversity of Civilizations

Tokyo, 22-23 October 2005.
The 2nd International Symposium on Generalized Science of Humanity

A Symposium Commemorative of the Conclusion of the Convention for Scientific
Cooperation between the Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa (ILCAA), Tokyo University of Foreign Studies (TUFS) and the Maison des Sciences de l’Homme, Paris.
Shinjuku Sun Sky Room.
    Shinjuku Centre Building 51F, 1-25-1, Nishi-Shinjuku, Shinjuku–ku, Tokyo 163-0651 
    Tel: +81-3-3349-0151

Saturday, 22 October

10:00 Welcome Remarks by Setsuho IKEHATA, President, TUFS
10:10 Hideaki NAKATANI, Professor, ILCAA, TUFS
  Searching for a New Image of the Japanese.
– The Pursuit of a Generalized Science of Humanity.
10:45 Jean-François RISHARD, Former Vice-president, World Bank
  A Novel Approach to Solving the Non-linear Problems: Demographics and
New Economy of the World.
13:15 Jean-Claude GALEY, Directeur d’Etudes, EHESS (Paris)
  A Self-Portrait of a Civilization in the Mirror of the Other: the Case of Europe
in the Mirror of India.
14:30     Maurice AYMARD, Administrator, Maison des Sciences de l’Homme (Paris)
  Reconsidering States and Citizens of Europe for a Reformulation of
the Methods and Concepts of Human and Social Sciences.
16:00 Bunkyo KIN, Director, Institute for Research in Humanities, Kyoto University
  Diverse Social Strata within Kanji Culture States of East Asia:
A View Point from the Literature.
17:30 Reception.

Sunday, 23 October
13:00     Panel Discussion
  Panelists: T.HIDAKA (Director, Research Institute for Humanity and Nature),
16:50 Closing Address by Motomitsu UCHIBORI, Director, ILCAA, TUFS
● Admission Free.
● Simultaneous Interpreter (Japanese-English and English-Japanese).
● For Further Information:
      Research Institute for Languages and Cultures of Asia and Africa,
    Tokyo University of Foreign Studies
    3-11-1 Asahi-cho, Fuchu-Shi, Tokyo. 183-8534
    TEL +81-42-330-5600

The Symposium is sponsored by the Fondation Franco-Japonaise Sasakawa (Tokyo-Paris).