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EJJP 1 (2016)

Articles

  • “The Philosophical World of Meiji Japan The Philosophy of Organism and Its Genealogy,” Inoue Katsuhito 9–30.
  • 「思想史上の柏木義円 その位置づけの前提」 (Placing Kashiwagi Gien in the History of Philosophy), Ichikawa Hirofumi, 31–46.
  • “Nishida and Merleau-Ponty: Art, ‘Depth,’ and ‘Seeing without a Seer,’” Adam Loughnane, 47–74.
  • “Die individuelle Selbsterschaffung der geschichtlichen Welt und der Staat ‘Staat’ und ‘Volk’ in der Philosophie Nishida Kitarōs,” Itabashi Yūjin, 75–106.
  • “La mediación absoluta y el camino de la transformación religiosa en Tanabe Hajime,” Rebeca Maldonado, 107–124.
  • “La crítica absoluta y la nada absoluta Una interpretación desde Kant, Hegel y Tanabe,” Sasha Jair Espinosa de Alba, 125–148.
  • “Hiromatsu on Mach’s Philosophy and Relativity Theory,” Katsumori Makoto, 149–188.
  • “Modern Zen and Psychoanalysis The Semantic Connection,” Rossa Ó Muireartaigh, 189–202.
  • “Verso l’estetica del luogo Per una monadologia polifonica,” Yoneyama Masaru, 203–216.

Translations

  • Nishida Kitarō: “Der geschichtliche Leib,” trans., Leon Krings, 217
  • Fukada Yasukazu “Un essai sur La Danseuse de Degas,” Jean-Michel Abrassart & Omata Takako, 247–254.
  • Miki Kiyoshi: “L’empirisme intégral,” trans., Simon Ebersolt, 255–288.
  • Nakai Masakazu: “La logique des comités,” Michael Lucken, 289–358.

Research notes

  • “Une double réception du concept de sujet Le sujet agissant et le complément de sujet dans une philosophie linguistique,” Kuroda Akinobu 359–364.

Reviews

  • 古川雄嗣,『偶然と運命 : 九鬼周造の倫理学』, Morisato Takeshi, 365–368.
  • Antonio Florentino Neto e Oswaldo Giacoia Jr, orgs., Budismo e Filosofia em diálogo, Lucas dos Reis Martins, 369–370.
  • James W. Heisig, Much Ado about Nothingness: Essays on Nishida and Tanabe, Gereon Kopf, 371–374.
  • Nishitani Osamu, Wunderland der Unsterblichkeit, Jan Gerrit Strala 375 
  • Marcello Ghilardi, The Line of the Arch: Intercultural Issues between Aesthetics and Ethics, John Altmann 378–382

EJJP 2 (2017)

Articles

  • “Philosophy and Japanese Philosophy in the World,” John W. Krummel, 9–42.
  • “An Apology for Philosophical Transgressions,” James W. Heisig, 43–68.
  • “Sacred Appellations Secular Zen, New Materialism, and D. T. Suzuki’s Soku-hi Logic,” Rossa Ó Muireartaigh, 69–84.
  • “The Dialectic of Hegel and Nishida How to Deal with Modernity,” Osaki Harumi, 85–112.
  • “La temporalidad metanoética Sobre Tanabe, Heidegger y Shinran,” Rebeca Maldonado, 113–144.
  • “Kuki Shūzō Contingence et temps,” Marc Peeters, 145–158.
  • “Le statut du végétal dans Fūdo de Watsuji,” Quentin Hiernaux, 159–178.
  • “Leibliches Üben als Teil einer philosophischen Lebenskunst Die Verkörperung von Kata in den japanischen Wegkünsten,” Leon Krings, 179–198.
  • “Watsuji’s Ethics from the Perspective of Kata as a Technology of the Self,” Jordančo Sekulovski, 199–208.
  • “Lieu de médiation Nishida, Tanabe, Simondon,” Kuroda Akinobu, 209–228.
  • “Reading Hiromatsu’s Theory of the Fourfold Structure,” Katsumori Makoto, 229–262.

Translations

  • Andō Shōeki: “Parabola păsărilor,” trans., Roman Pasca, 263–294.
  • Nishida Kitarō: “Über die Philosophie des Lebens,” trans., Ralf Müller, 295–316.

Reviews

  • J. W. Heisig, T. P. Kasulis, J. C. Maraldo y Raquel Bouso García, eds., La filosofía japonesa en sus textos., Jordi Vallverdú, 317.
  • 板橋勇仁,『底なき意志の系譜』, Imono Mika, 320.
  • 山崎庸男,『安藤昌益の実像:近代的視点を超えて』, Roman Pas ̧ca 323–324.
  • 竹村牧男『ブッディスト・エコロジー:共生・環境・いのちの思想学』, Inutsuka Yū, 327.
  • Oleg Benesch, Inventing the Way of the Samurai: Nationalism, Internationalism, and Bushido in Modern Japan, Thomas P. Kasulis, 329.
  • Yuho Hisayama, Erfahrungen des ki. Leibessphäre, Atmosphäre, Pansphäre, Leon Krings, 333.

EJJP 3 (2018)

Articles

  • “Introduction à l’ontologie de Guo Xiang L’individualité radicale et l’univocité du monde,” Raphaël Van Daele, 9–30.
  • “Independence and Self-Realization The Historical Background of the Early Nishida’s Individualism,” Richard Stone, 31–56.
  • “Nishida et Bohr L’influence du concept de complémentarité dans la philosophie du dernier Nishida,” Jacynthe Tremblay, 57–78.
  • “La dialectique et le symbolisme Une lecture de La Philosophie de l’art de Valéry de Tanabe Hajime, Sunaba-Sevrin Masumi,” 79–96.
  • “Does Emptiness Reflect or Transform? Swedenborg’s Gardens and Kyoto School Tensions,” Rossa Ó Muireartaigh,” 97–116.
  • “Another Discourse on Method Understanding Philosophy through Rhetorical Analysis,” Paulus Kaufmann & Raji C. Steineck, 117–144.
  • “Watsuji’s Idea of the Self and the Problem of Spatial Distance in Environmental Ethics,” Laÿna Droz, 145–168.
  • “Between the Ontological and the Ontic Nishitani Keiji on the Problem of Encounter,” Hans Peter Liederbach, 169–214.
  • “L’empirisme tremblant du langage chez Ōmori Shōzō,” Pierre Bonneels, 193–214.
  • “Le bon sens est-il la chose du monde la mieux partagée? Sens commun et vie ordinaire chez Ōmori Shōzō,” Michel Dalissier, 215–244.
  • “Philosophy, Manga, and Ōmori Shōzō,” Morioka Masahiro & Pierre Bonneels, 245

Translations

  • Yamaga Sokō: “Calea samuraiului (fragmente),” trans., Alexandra Mustățea, 263–284.
  • Tanabe Hajime: The Significance of Description in Physical Knowledge A Critique of Gustav Kirchhoff and Ernst Mach, Takeshi Morisato & Timothy A. Burns 285
  • Hiromatsu Wataru: “Entwurf einer Theorie der Versachlichung – Epilog,” Raji C. Steineck, 303

Reviews

  • Anton Luis Sevilla, Watsuji Tetsurō’s Global Ethics of Emptiness: A Contemporary Look at a Japanese Philosopher, Kyle Michael James Shuttleworth 337
  • Roger T. Ames and Peter D. Hershock, eds.
  • Confucianisms for a Changing World Cultural Order, Alexandra Mustățea 340
  • 杉本耕一 『西田幾多郎と歴史的世界:宗教の問いへ』, Morino Yūsuke 343
  • Hans Peter Liederbach, Philosophie im gegenwärtigen Japan, Jan Gerrit Strala 346
  • J. Baird Callicott and James McRae, eds., Japanese Environmental Philosophy, Honda Eiko 349
  • Marcello Ghilardi, Il vuoto, le forme, l’altro. Tra oriente e occidente, Francesca Greco 354 Contributors 365

EJJP 4 (2019)

Articles

  • “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.

Translations

  • 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.

Reviews

  • 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.