Governing can be anywhere.

Tetsuki Tamura



If governing is a decision on “a problem related to everyone,” both a family and a classroom are a place to govern. There is also a majority vote, negotiation, and entrustment. What is important here is not the “rightness” of the conclusion but “being convinced” about the way of deciding, says the political scientist. From a dialogue with a law philosopher Kosuke Nasu, "Troublesome Freedom And Imposed Happiness"  (the Keisoshobo website). However, be careful not to change your consent to acceptance. 


"July 11  2019

from “Oriori no Kotoba” by Kiyokazu Washida, The Asahi Shimbun"