Japanese Philosophy

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SUNY Press, Jul 19, 2001 - Philosophy - 213 pages
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By doing so, and by providing an overview of Japanese philosophy from the seventh century to the present, the authors contribute to a greater cross-cultural understanding between East and West."--BOOK JACKET.
 

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Contents

Introduction
1
The Buddhist Phase
25
The Rise of Tokugawa Confucianism
63
Encountering Modernity
111
Beyond Modernity
155
Conclusion
185
References
195
Index
203
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H. Gene Blocker is Professor of Philosophy at Ohio University. He is the author of Philosophy of Art; Aesthetics of Primitive Art; and World Philosophy, and coeditor of Contemporary Chinese Aesthetics, with Zhu Liyuan.

Christopher L. Starling teaches at Kobe Shoin Women's University.

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