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TitleJapanese Phenomenology [electronic resource] : Phenomenology as the Trans-cultural Philosophical Approach
ImprintDordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1979
Connect tohttp://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-009-9868-1
Descript 308 p. online resource

CONTENT

Introductory Essay -- Phenomenology and Philosophy in Japan -- I / Present Day Phenomenology in Japan -- Husserlโ{128}{153}s Manuscript โ{128}{152}A Nocturnal Conversationโ{128}{153}: His Phenomenology of Intersubjectivity -- The Paradox of the Phenomenological Method -- The Potential Plurality of the Transcendental Ego of Husserl and Its Relevance to the Theory of Space -- Philosophy and Phenomenological Intuition -- Is Time Real? -- Phenomenology and Grammar: A Consideration of the Relation Between Husserlโ{128}{153}s Logical Investigations and Wittgensteinโ{128}{153}s Later Philosophy -- Phรคnomenologische Betrachtung vom Begriff der Welt -- Wahrheit und Unwahrheit oder Eigentlichkeit und Uneigentlichkeit: Eine Bemerkung zu Heideggers Sein und Zeit -- II / Phenomenology in the Japanese Inheritance -- The Kyoto School of Philosophy and Phenomenology -- Affective Feeling -- The Concrete World of Action in Nishidaโ{128}{153}s Later Thought -- Appendix: Selected Bibliography of the Major Phenomenological Works Translated into Japanese and of the Major Phenomenological Writings by Japanese Authors (Hirotaka Tatematsu) -- Index of Names


Philosophy History Philosophy and science Phenomenology Philosophy Philosophy of Science History general Phenomenology



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