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The Initial Formulations of Pure Experience in Nishida KitarC and William James
Nishidas Early Religious Thought
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absolute affirmation absolute negation absolute Nothingness abstract analysis Appendix apriority articulation Basho Buddhist chapter Christian conceived conclusion concrete immediacy concrete universal contradictions creative critique culture developed dialectical logic dialectical universal doctrine essay eternal present existence field Fundamental Problems ground Hataraku Mono Hegel Hegelian ideas immanent immediacy of experience individual Intuition and Reflection James Japanese judgment Kantian Logic of Place logical structure Mahayana Mahayana Buddhism metaphysical Middle Path modern mutual determination Neo-Platonic ness Nishida Kitaro Nishida tetsugaku Nishida's position Nishida's thought Nishitani Keiji noema non-being notion of pure ontological phenomena philosophical Platonic Plotinus precisely predicate presupposes prior Problems of Philosophy pure experience pure qualities reality Reflection in Self-Consciousness religion Religious World-View self-determining self-identity sense social-historical world soku standpoint Study subject and object subject-object Tanabe Hajime Text theme tion Tokyo transcends true Nothingness ultimate Western World as Dialectical World of Action world of pure writings