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作者 Johnson, David W., 1975- author
書名 Watsuji on nature : Japanese philosophy in the wake of Heidegger / David W. Johnson
出版項 Evanston, Illinois : Northwestern University Press, 2019
國際標準書號 9780810140462 (paper text : alk. paper)
9780810140479 (cloth text : alk. paper)
book jacket
館藏地 索書號 處理狀態 OPAC 訊息 條碼
 文哲所  163.07 W343/ J66    在架上    30580003484198
說明 viii, 242 pages ; 25 cm
text rdacontent
unmediated rdamedia
volume rdacarrier
系列 Northwestern University studies in phenomenology and existential philosophy
Northwestern University studies in phenomenology & existential philosophy
附註 Includes bibliographical references and index
Introduction -- Fudo: history, language, and philosophy -- The scientific image of nature: dualism and disenchantment -- Beyond objectivism: Watsuji's path through phenomenology -- The relational self: a new conception -- The hybrid self: oscillation and dialectic -- The space of the self: between culture and nature -- Self, world, and fudo: continuity and belnging -- Self in nature, nature in the lifeworld -- Conclusion
""In the first study of its kind, David W. Johnson's "Watsuji on Nature" reconstructs the astonishing philosophy of nature of Watsuji Tetsurō (1889-1960), situating it in relation both to his reception of the thought of Heidegger and to his renewal of core ontological positions in classical Confucian and Buddhist philosophy. Johnson shows that for Watsuji we have our being in the lived experience of nature, one in which nature and culture compose a tightly interwoven texture called "fūdo". By fully unfolding Watsuji's novel and radical claim that this is a setting that is neither fully external to human subjectivity nor merely a product of it, this book also sets out what still remains unthought in this concept, as well as in the relational structure that underwrites it. Johnson argues that what remains unarticulated is nothing less than the recovery of a reenchanted conception of nature and an elucidation of the wide-ranging implications of a relational conception of the self for questions about the disclosive character of experience, the distinction between fact and value, and the possibility of a place-based ecological ethics. In an engagingly lucid and deft analysis, "Watsuji on Nature" radically expands our appreciation of twentieth-century Japanese philosophy and shows what it has to offer to a global philosophical conversation"--Provided by publisher
主題 Watsuji, Tetsurō, 1889-1960
Heidegger, Martin, 1889-1976 -- Influence
Philosophy of nature
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