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東洋哲学の基本(第2版)

Eastern Philosophy: The Basics

2 NED

(The Basics)

Harrison, Victoria S.

Routledge 2018/10
出版国: GB
ISBN: 9781138215788
eISBN: 9781315436517
KNPID: EY00253410
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Eastern Philosophy: The Basics is an essential introduction to major Indian and Chinese philosophies, both past and present. Exploring familiar metaphysical and ethical questions from the perspectives offered by a range of eastern philosophies, including Confucianism, Daoism, the main Buddhist and Hindu philosophical schools, as well  as Jainism, this book covers key figures, issues, methods and concepts.

Questions discussed include:

  • What is the ‘self’?
  • Is human nature inherently good or bad?
  • How is the mind related to the world?
  • How can you live an authentic life?
  • What is the fundamental nature of reality?
  • With timelines highlighting key figures and their contributions, a list of useful websites, pronunciation guides and further reading suggestions, Eastern Philosophy: The Basics provides an engaging overview of fundamental ideas in eastern philosophy. The second edition has been thoroughly revised and updated to take account of the most recent scholarship. It includes study questions for each chapter, an updated bibliography, a new section on the Yijing and expanded discussion of Indian philosophies and their basis in experience. Eastern Philosophy: The Basics is valuable reading for all students of philosophy and religion, especially those seeking to understand eastern thought.

    Table of Contents

    List of figures and tables

    Preface to the second edition

    Acknowledgements

     

    Introduction

    ▪ What is ‘eastern philosophy’?

    ▪ Philosophy as a cross-cultural phenomenon

    ▪ Philosophical questions

    ▪ Philosophy in India

    ▪ Philosophy in China

    ▪ Terminology and translations

    ▪ The philosopher’s dilemma

    ▪ What happens next?

    ▪ Study question

    ▪ References and further reading

    Chapter 1: Reason

    ▪ Ignorance

    ▪ Argument

    ▪ Debate

    ▪ Knowledge

    ▪ Inference

    ▪ Causation

    ▪ Scepticism

    ▪ Perspectives

    ▪ Logic

    ▪ Summary of Chapter 1

    ▪ Study questions

    ▪ References and further reading

    Chapter 2: Reality

    ▪ Origins

    ▪ Existence

    ▪ Monism

    ▪ Dualism

    ▪ Pluralism

    ▪ Experience

    ▪ The nature of things

    ▪ Ultimate reality

    ▪ Summary of Chapter 2

    ▪ Study questions

    ▪ References and further reading

    Chapter 3: Persons

    ▪ Self and world

    ▪ Self in the Upaniṣads

    ▪ Rebirth

    ▪ Karma

    ▪ Freedom

    ▪ Individuals

    ▪ No abiding self

    ▪ Dependent co-arising

    ▪ Liberation

    ▪ Summary of Chapter 3

    ▪ Study questions

    ▪ References and further reading

    Chapter 4: Virtue

    ▪ Tradition

    ▪ The Way

    ▪ Virtue and relationships

    ▪ Goodness

    ▪ Rites

    ▪ Self-cultivation

    ▪ Impartial care

    ▪ Human nature

    ▪ Altruism

    ▪ Summary of Chapter 4

    ▪ Study questions

    ▪ References and further reading

    Chapter 5: Authenticity

    ▪ Egoism

    ▪ Dao

    ▪ Nature

    ▪ Passivity

    ▪ Opposites

    ▪ Vice

    ▪ Non-action

    ▪ Ways of being

    ▪ Exemplary persons

    ▪ Legalism

    ▪ Summary of Chapter 5

    ▪ Study questions

    ▪ References and further reading

    Chapter 6: Mind

    ▪ Words and things

    ▪ Individuals and universals

    ▪ Emptiness and insight

    ▪ Enlightenment

    ▪ Principles

    ▪ The problem of the many and the one

    ▪ Transcendence and immanence

    ▪ Introspection

    ▪ Universal Mind

    ▪ Sageliness

    ▪ Summary of Chapter 6

    ▪ Study questions

    ▪ References and further reading

    Conclusion

    ▪ Unexplored terrain

    ▪ Global philosophy

    ▪ References and further reading

    Appendix 1: Timelines

    Appendix 2: Websites

    Appendix 3: Pronunciation

    Appendix 4: Tones for key Chinese terms and names

    General Bibliography

    Index