liceoartisticolisippo-ta
» » Monad Thou: Phenomenological Ontology Of Human Being (Series In Continental Thought)

Monad Thou: Phenomenological Ontology Of Human Being (Series In Continental Thought) ebook

by Hiroshi Kojima


Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking Monad Thou: Phenomenological Ontology Of Human Being as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Monad and Thou : Phenomenological Ontology of Human Being.

The genesis for this volume was in the bombing of Japan during World War II, where the author, as a young boy, watched the bombers overhead, speculating about the lives of the pilots and their relationship with those huddled on the ground. From this disturbing diorama, Professor Hiroshi Kojima, the translator of Martin Buber into Japanese, unfolds a new approach to Buber's I-Thou relation, drawing upon insights from Husserl, Heidegger, and others in the tradition of continental philosophy to extend and deepen Buber's thought.

Please take this quick survey to tell us about what happens after you publish a paper. December 2002, Volume 35, Issue 4, pp 455–460 Cite as. Hiroshi Kojima, Monad and Thou: Phenomenological Ontology of Human Being. Authors and affiliations.

Phenomenological Ontology of the Human Being. Japanese philosopher Hiroshi Kojima develops a conception of the human subject

Phenomenological Ontology of the Human Being. In his book Monad and Thou: Phenomenological Ontology. of. the Human Being, the. Japanese philosopher Hiroshi Kojima develops a conception of the human subject. Thou and her Thou encounter each other and bring into being the mediating Thou. that Kojima calls the occuring Thou. The challenge that Kojima faces is that of expressing the I-Thou relationship with. the concepts of consciousness' and. 'Being'. Kojima claims that "ot only the ideal-. ism and materialism of the modern age, but also phenomenology and phenomeno

Professor Hiroshi Kojima, the translator of Martin Buber into Japanese, unfolds a new approach .

Professor Hiroshi Kojima, the translator of Martin Buber into Japanese, unfolds a new approach to Buber's main theme, the "I-Thou" relation. Drawing upon insights from Husserl, Heidegger, and others in the tradition of continental philosophy, Monad and Thou uncovers the many levels of interpersonal experience.

In his book Monad and Thou: Phenomenological Ontology of the Human Being, Japanese philosopher Hiroshi Kojima proposes to redefine the I-Thou relation, first extensively investigated by Martin Buber.

In his book Monad and Thou: Phenomenological Ontology of the Human Being, Japanese philosopher Hiroshi Kojima proposes to redefine the I-Thou relation, first extensively investigated by Martin Buber, and to reconcile the notions of 'individuality' and 'community' in terms of his new phenomenological ontology of the human being as monad. In this essay, Kojima's ideas are examined concerning the monad and intersubjectivity, and it is shown how these ideas can be extended and brought to bear on issues concerning human encounters with the environment and, in particular, to nonhuman animals.

He is author of Human Experience: Philosophy, Neurosis, and the Elements of Everyday Life. Series: Studies in Continental Thought. You can see Russon's admirable familiarity with practically all of 20th century continental philosophy - phenomenology, existentialism, poststructuralism, deconstruction, etc - and he demonstrates how the essential insights from these movements are prefigured in Hegel's "science of the experience of consciousness" (the Phenomenology).

1023/a:1023924020250.

Monad & Thou: Phenomenological Ontology Of Human Being Professor Kojima articulates a conception of what it means .

Monad & Thou: Phenomenological Ontology Of Human Being Professor Kojima articulates a conception of what it means to be a human being that stands as an alternative to atomism and alienation of the modern world. Analyses of haiku and other aspects of Japanese culture demonstrate how Kojima’s theory can illuminate the spiritual traditions of both East and West. Edward Casey Golden Ratio Writings Continental Golden Mean Ratio.

The genesis for this volume was in the bombing of Japan during World War II, where the author, as a young boy, watched the bombers overhead, speculating about the lives of the pilots and their relationship with those huddled on the ground.From this disturbing diorama, Professor Hiroshi Kojima, the translator of Martin Buber into Japanese, unfolds a new approach to Buber's “I-Thou” relation, drawing upon insights from Husserl, Heidegger, and others in the tradition of continental philosophy to extend and deepen Buber's thought.In chapters that reflect upon a wide range of phenomena—from religion, science, and technology, to imagination, embodiment, and power—Professor Kojima articulates a conception of what it means to be a human being that stands as an alternative to atomism and alienation of the modern world. Analyses of haiku and other aspects of Japanese culture demonstrate how Kojima's theory can illuminate the spiritual traditions of both East and West.Original in its thought and revealing in its insight into Japanese thought and culture, Monad and Thou represents the life's work of one of Japan's great thinkers.
Monad  Thou: Phenomenological Ontology Of Human Being (Series In Continental Thought) ebook
Author:
Hiroshi Kojima
Category:
Philosophy
EPUB size:
1596 kb
FB2 size:
1203 kb
DJVU size:
1555 kb
Language:
Publisher:
Ohio University Press; 1 edition (May 15, 2000)
Pages:
256 pages
Rating:
4.8
Other formats:
lrf docx lit lrf
© 2018-2020 Copyrights
All rights reserved. liceoartisticolisippo-ta.it | Privacy Policy | DMCA | Contacts