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aa.vv. (?? ??, Ikeda Daisaku, born 2 January 1928) is a Japanese Buddhist philosopher, educator, author, and nuclear disarmament advocate.[2][3][4] He has served as the third president and then honorary president of the Soka Gakkai, the largest of Japan's new religious movements.[5] Ikeda is the founding president of the Soka Mare. Ediz. illustrata Gakkai International (SGI), the world's largest Buddhist lay organization, which declares approximately 12 million practitioners in 192 countries and territories,[6] of whom more than 1.5 million reside outside of Japan as of 2012.[7]:269


Ikeda was born in Tokyo, Japan, in 1928, to a family of seaweed farmers. He survived the Mare. Ediz. illustrata devastation of World War II as a teenager, which he said left an indelible mark on his life and fueled his quest to solve the fundamental causes of human conflict. At age 19, Ikeda began practicing Nichiren Buddhism and joined a youth group of the Soka Gakkai, which led to Mare. Ediz. illustrata his lifelong work developing the global peace movement of SGI
and founding dozens of institutions dedicated to fostering peace, culture and education.[8]:12[9] His accomplishments are honored internationally; in Japan, he has been subject to political controversies surrounding the party K?meit? which he founded.[10][11][12][13]:3


In the 1960s, Ikeda worked to reopen Mare. Ediz. illustrata Japan's national relations with China and also to establish the Soka education network of schools from kindergartens through university levels, while beginning to write what would become his multi-volume historical novel, The Human Revolution, about the Soka Gakkai's development during his mentor Josei Toda's tenure. In 1975, he established the Mare. Ediz. illustrata Soka Gakkai International, and throughout the 1970s initiated a series of citizen diplomacy efforts through international educational and cultural exchanges for peace. Since the 1980s, he has increasingly called for nuclear disarmament.[8]:23–25, 167 Ikeda's vision for the SGI has been described by Olivier Urbain, then director of the Toda Peace Mare. Ediz. illustrata Institute founded by Ikeda, as a "borderless Buddhist humanism that emphasizes free thinking and personal development based on respect for
all life."[8]:26


By 2015, Ikeda had published more than 50 dialogues with scholars, peace activists and leading world figures. In his role as SGI president, Ikeda has visited 55 nations Mare. Ediz. illustrata and spoken on subjects including peace, environment, economics, women's rights, interfaith dialogue and Buddhism and science. Every year on the anniversary of the SGI's founding, 26 January, Ikeda submits a peace proposal to the United Nations.[8]:12–13, 26[14]


Ikeda was born in ?ta, Tokyo, Japan, on 2 January 1928. Ikeda had Mare. Ediz. illustrata four older brothers, two younger brothers, and a younger sister. His parents later adopted two more children, for a total of 10 children. Since the mid-nineteenth century, the Ikeda family had successfully farmed nori, edible seaweed, in Tokyo Bay. By the turn of the twentieth century, the Ikeda family business Mare. Ediz. illustrata was the largest producer of nori in Tokyo. The devastation of the 1923 Great Kant? earthquake left the family's enterprise in ruins; by the time Ikeda was born, his family
was financially struggling.[8]:13


In 1937, the Second Sino-Japanese War erupted, and Ikeda's eldest brother, Kiichi, was drafted into military service. Mare. Ediz. illustrata Within a few years, Ikeda's three other elder brothers were drafted as well.[15] In 1942, while all of his older brothers were overseas in the South-East Asian theatre of World War II, Ikeda's father, Nenokichi, fell ill and was bedridden for two years. To help to support his family, at Mare. Ediz. illustrata the age of 14, Ikeda began working in the Niigata Steelworks munitions factory as part of Japan's wartime youth labor corps.[16]:71


In May 1945, Ikeda's home was destroyed by fire during an Allied air raid, and his family was forced to move to the ?mori area of Tokyo. In May Mare. Ediz. illustrata 1947, after having received no word from his eldest brother, Kiichi, for several years, the Ikeda family, particularly his mother, was informed by the Japanese government that he had been killed in action in Burma (now Myanmar).[17][9]


In August 1947,
at the age of 19, Ikeda was invited by an Ma


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