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現象学と日本哲学必携

Tetsugaku Companion to Phenomenology and Japanese Philosophy

1st ed. 2019.

(Tetsugaku Companions to Japanese Philosophy : Vol. 3)

Taguchi, Shigeru (EDT)   Altobrando, Andrea (EDT)

Springer 2020/02
262 p.   
装丁: Hrd    装丁について
テキストの言語: ENG    出版国: DE
ISBN: 9783030219413
KCN: 1035676069
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納期について
KDC: A115 現象学・実存主義
A16 東洋思想
ブックニュースNo: NA5966
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This book discusses in detail the encounter and the interaction between Japanese thought and phenomenological reflection, with special regards to the topics of awareness and the self, the experience of otherness, ethics, and metaphysical issues. The book shows how phenomenology has served, and still serves, Japan to re-comprehend its “own” tradition and its specific form(s) of culture.

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This volume addresses the impact of the introduction of phenomenology in Japan and its interaction with Japanese philosophy. However, the specific way in which phenomenology has interacted with the indigenous Japanese tradition of thought and Japanese culture has until now not been addressed in great detail.
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Table of Contents

Chapter 1. Introduction: On the originality and the fruitfulness of the encounter between phenomenology and Japanese philosophy (ALTOBRANDO and TAGUCHI).- Part I - Nishida and the Encounter with Phenomenology in Japan.- Chapter 2. Nishida's "Immanent" Philosophy of "Consciousness as Nothingness" (ITABASHI) .- Chapter 3. On the Negation-based Structure of "Acting-Self-awareness": The Development of Nishida's Phenomenological Thought (TANGI).- Chapter 4. Nishida Kitaro and Phenomenology (CHEUNG).- Part 2. Japanese Philosophy and Phenomenology of Self-awareness.- Chapter 5. Nishida and the Phenomenology of Self-Awareness (MARALDO).- Chapter 6. Heidegger and Nishida's Transformations of Transcendental Reflection (ISHIHARA).- Part 3. Japanese Philosophy and Phenomenology of Alterity.- Chapter 7. Consciousness Without Boundaries? The Riddle of Alterity in Husserl and Nishida (TAGUCHI).- Chapter 8. Phenomenology touching its limits. Tanabe and Levinas in 1934 (SUGIMURA).- Part 4. Japanese Ethics and Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity.- Chapter 9. Tomoo Otaka's Conception of Sovereignty as Nomos: A Phenomenological Interpretation (YAEGASHI and UEMURA).- Chapter 10. Ethics Can Only Be Hermeneutic and Not Phenomenological: A Critical Assessment of Watsuji Tetsuro's Thesis (IKEDA).- Chapter 11. Watsuji's Phenomenology of Aidagara: An Interpretation and Application to Psychopathology (KRUEGER).- Part 5. Japanese Philosophy and the Development of New Phenomenological Perspectives.- Chapter 12. Self-Awareness as Transcendental Mediationality (NITTA).- Chapter 13. The Logic of Mediation: "Absolute mediation" and "Logic of Species" in Tanabe's Philosophy (MURAI).- Chapter 14. The "Spiritual Oriental Philosophy" of Toshihiko Izutsu. Toward a "Structuralist Phenomenology" (NAGAI).- Chapter 15. Recurrence and the Great Death: A Transcontinental Phenomenology (SCHROEDER).