EJJP 4 (2019)

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ISSN: 2367-3095
Publisher: Chisokudō Publications and European Network of Japanese Philosophy

Table of Contents


  • “Revisiting Rude Awakenings The Dangerous (?) Thought of the Kyoto School,” John C. Maraldo, 5–44.
  • “Disimagination and Sentiment in Nishitani’s Religious Aesthetics,” Raquel Bouso, 45–84.
  • 「哲学と生死の問題 日本哲学の意義と可能性をめぐって」, 氣多雅子, 85–104.
  • “Karl Löwith’s Encounter with Japanese Philosophy: Reconstructions in a New Light,” Flavia Baldari, 105–130.
  • “On the Convolutions of Modernity and Confucianism in Japan Loyalty from Yamaga Sokō’s Shidō to Pre-war Kokutai Ideology,” Alexandra Mustățea, 131–156.
  • “Notions of Love in Shinto and Buddhist Thought,” Ferenc Takó, 157–190.
  • Nishitani Keiji’s Notion of Mind,” Carlos Barbosa Cepeda, 191–216.


  • Miki Kiyoshi: “Consciencia histórica y consciencia mítica,” trans., Fernando Wirtz, 217–234.
  • Hiromatsu Wataru: “The Philosophical Dimension of Semiotics: The Subsistence Mechanism of Signification,” trans., Michael Santone, 235–270.

Research notes

  • “Hiromatsu’s Philosophy: An Introductory Survey,” Katsumori Makoto, 271–292.
  • 「散文が美に近づくとき」,米山優, 293–306.


  • Pierre Bonneels et Jaime Derenne, eds., Fortune de la philosophie cartésienne au Japon, Georgii Bakhtiiarov, 307.
  • Dominic Smith, Exceptional Technologies: A Continental Philosophy of Technology, Alessio Gerola 311.
  • Joseph S. O’Leary, Reality itself: Philosophical Challenges of Indian Mahāyāna,Bart Dessein 314.

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