Zen & philosophy: an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō
This is the definitive work on the first and greatest of Japan's twentieth-century philosophers, Nishida Kitaro (1870-1945). Interspersed throughout the narrative of Nishida's life and thought is a generous selection of the philosopher's own essays, letters, and short presentations, newly translated into English.
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Mathematics or Philosophy? 18861891
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