by James W. HeisigThe story of modern philosophy’s arrival in Japan cannot be told without taking into account the broader intellectual history with which it blended to produce the broad spectrum of philosophical thought we find today. Moreover, it was precisely in the context of the encounter with western thought that many classical Japanese thinkers were rediscovered and their heritage reconsidered. In this volume, fifteen scholars from ten countries look take up these questions in the attempt to make the influence, development, varieties of interpretation, and philosophical content of Japanese thought more accessible to Western readers.
|Title||Classical Japanese Philosophy (Frontiers of Japanese Philosophy 7)|
|eBook format||Kindle Edition, (torrent)|
|Author||James W. Heisig|
|Publisher||Nanzan Institute for Religion & Culture|
|File size||6.3 Mb|
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