A History of Modern Japanese Aesthetics (Google eBook)

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Michael F. Marra
University of Hawaii Press, 2001 - Art - 398 pages
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This collection of essays, a companion volume to Modern Japanese Aesthetics, constitutes the first history of modern Japanese aesthetics in any language. It introduces readers through lucid and readable translations to works on the philosophy of art written by major Japanese thinkers from the late nineteenth century to the present.
  

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Contents

IV
25
V
43
VI
53
VII
68
VIII
93
IX
95
X
106
XI
114
XIX
204
XX
211
XXI
223
XXII
225
XXIII
238
XXIV
259
XXV
285
XXVI
318

XII
133
XIII
149
XIV
151
XV
164
XVI
175
XVII
187
XVIII
197
XXVII
345
XXVIII
349
XXIX
359
XXX
375
XXXI
393
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Page 3 - Some time ago I called language, clumsily enough, the house of Being. If man by virtue of his language dwells within the claim and call of Being, then we Europeans presumably dwell in an entirely different house than Eastasian man.

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Marra is Professor of Japanese Literature at the University of California, Los Angeles.

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