Professor, Faculty of Law, Chuo University
Areas of Specialization: Philosophy of Law (particularly contemporary theories of justice with a focus on multiculturalism)
Fumihiko Ishiyama was born in Tokyo in 1961. He graduated from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Law, in 1984. He completed the Master’s Program in the University of Tokyo, Graduate Schools for Law and Politics, in 1986.
He completed the Doctoral Program in the University of Tokyo, Graduate Schools for Law and Politics, in 1991. Doctor of Law (University of Tokyo).
After serving as a Full-time Lecturer, Assistant Professor and Professor at Daito Bunka University, he assumed his current position in 2009.
His current research themes include the value of cultural diversity in global justice.
His main written works and theses are listed below.
Will Kymlicka and Multiculturalism as a Theory of Justice (1) to (6), Kokka Gakkai Zassi Vol. 113 Issues 1 ＆ 2, 7 ＆ 8, 11 ＆ 12; Vol. 114 Issues 3 ＆ 4, 9 ＆ 10; Vol. 115 Issues 9 ＆ 10 (2000 to 2002)
The Law at a Critical Point 3—New Visions for Legal Practices (co-written, University of Tokyo Press, 1999) (written for Language Policy and State Neutrality)
Humane Order—The Individual and the Universal in Law (co-written, Bokutakusha, 1987) (written for Reverse Discrimination and the Idea of Equality)