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The Resource Zen & philosophy : an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō, Michiko Yusa, (electronic book)

Zen & philosophy : an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō, Michiko Yusa, (electronic book)

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Zen & philosophy : an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō
Title
Zen & philosophy
Title remainder
an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō
Statement of responsibility
Michiko Yusa
Title variation
Zen and philosophy
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Biography type
contains biographical information
Cataloging source
CaPaEBR
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Yusa, Michiko
Dewey number
  • 181/.12
  • B
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Illustrations
  • portraits
  • facsimiles
Index
index present
LC call number
B5244.N554
LC item number
Y86 2002eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • standards specifications
  • bibliography
  • dictionaries
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Nishida, Kitarō
Label
Zen & philosophy : an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō, Michiko Yusa, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Foreword by Raimon Panikkar vii -- Acknowledgments xiii -- Introduction xv -- Conventions and Abbreviations xxv -- Prologue 1 -- 1. Childhood: "White Sand, Green Pine Needles" (1870-1886) 5 -- 2. Mathematics or Philosophy? (1886-1891) 16 -- 3. The Imperial University (1891-1894) 30 -- The Limited Status Program at the College of Humanities at the -- Imperial University around 1891-1892 41 -- 4. Existential Impasse and Zen Practice (1894-1899) 45 -- 5. Toward Kensho: An Inner Journey (1899-1904) 59 -- Nishida's Letter to D. T. Suzuki concerning Zen Practice 73 -- 6. The Birth of a Philosopher (1904-1907) 76 -- In Memory of My Deceased Child 90 -- 7. Pure Experience and On Religion (1908-1909) 96 -- 8. Gakushfin in Tokyo: AYear of Transition (1909-1910) 103 -- On Lafcadio Hearn 113 -- 9. Kyoto Imperial University: Early Years (1910-1912) 117 -- 10. Consolidation of the Philosophy Department (1913-1917) 135 -- 11. Correspondence with Tanabe Hajime (1913-1917) 151 -- 12. The Calm before the Storm (1917-1919) 161 -- 13. Sorrows of Life and Philosophy (1919-1922) 171 -- 14. The Nishida-Einstein Connection (1920-1922) 185 -- 15. An Inner Struggle and a Breakthrough (1923-1925) 188 -- 16. The Logic of the Topos (1924-1926) 202 -- 17. Retirement (1926-1929) 210 -- A Retirement Speech of a Professor 224 -- 18. Formation of the Kyoto School of Philosophy (1929-1932) 227 -- 19. Remarriage and Nishida's View of Women (1927-1931) 234 -- From a Letter to Watsuji Tetsur 245 -- Even the Cat Is Dead 246 -- 20. Development of Personalist Dialectics (1932-1934) 248 -- 21. Education and Scholarship under Fascism (1935-1937) 262 -- On the Scholarly Method: A Public Talk at Hibiya Park 271 -- 22. Dark Political Undercurrent (1936-1937) 278 -- 23. The Dialectical World as the Absolutely Contradictory -- Self-Identity (1938-1940) 290 -- My Philosophical Path 301 -- 24. History, State, and the Individual (1940-1941) 305 -- A New Year's Lecture to the Emperor: On the Philosophy of History 314 -- 25. Finale (1942-1945) 319 -- In Memory of My Eldest Daughter, Ueda Yayoi 332 -- Epilogue 336 -- Notes 341 -- Glossary 403 -- Bibliography 423 -- Index 455
Control code
ebr10388472
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xxvi, 482 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780824824020
Original version note
Original electronic resource
Other physical details
facsims., ports.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Zen & philosophy : an intellectual biography of Nishida Kitarō, Michiko Yusa, (electronic book)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Color
multicolored
Contents
Machine generated contents note: Foreword by Raimon Panikkar vii -- Acknowledgments xiii -- Introduction xv -- Conventions and Abbreviations xxv -- Prologue 1 -- 1. Childhood: "White Sand, Green Pine Needles" (1870-1886) 5 -- 2. Mathematics or Philosophy? (1886-1891) 16 -- 3. The Imperial University (1891-1894) 30 -- The Limited Status Program at the College of Humanities at the -- Imperial University around 1891-1892 41 -- 4. Existential Impasse and Zen Practice (1894-1899) 45 -- 5. Toward Kensho: An Inner Journey (1899-1904) 59 -- Nishida's Letter to D. T. Suzuki concerning Zen Practice 73 -- 6. The Birth of a Philosopher (1904-1907) 76 -- In Memory of My Deceased Child 90 -- 7. Pure Experience and On Religion (1908-1909) 96 -- 8. Gakushfin in Tokyo: AYear of Transition (1909-1910) 103 -- On Lafcadio Hearn 113 -- 9. Kyoto Imperial University: Early Years (1910-1912) 117 -- 10. Consolidation of the Philosophy Department (1913-1917) 135 -- 11. Correspondence with Tanabe Hajime (1913-1917) 151 -- 12. The Calm before the Storm (1917-1919) 161 -- 13. Sorrows of Life and Philosophy (1919-1922) 171 -- 14. The Nishida-Einstein Connection (1920-1922) 185 -- 15. An Inner Struggle and a Breakthrough (1923-1925) 188 -- 16. The Logic of the Topos (1924-1926) 202 -- 17. Retirement (1926-1929) 210 -- A Retirement Speech of a Professor 224 -- 18. Formation of the Kyoto School of Philosophy (1929-1932) 227 -- 19. Remarriage and Nishida's View of Women (1927-1931) 234 -- From a Letter to Watsuji Tetsur 245 -- Even the Cat Is Dead 246 -- 20. Development of Personalist Dialectics (1932-1934) 248 -- 21. Education and Scholarship under Fascism (1935-1937) 262 -- On the Scholarly Method: A Public Talk at Hibiya Park 271 -- 22. Dark Political Undercurrent (1936-1937) 278 -- 23. The Dialectical World as the Absolutely Contradictory -- Self-Identity (1938-1940) 290 -- My Philosophical Path 301 -- 24. History, State, and the Individual (1940-1941) 305 -- A New Year's Lecture to the Emperor: On the Philosophy of History 314 -- 25. Finale (1942-1945) 319 -- In Memory of My Eldest Daughter, Ueda Yayoi 332 -- Epilogue 336 -- Notes 341 -- Glossary 403 -- Bibliography 423 -- Index 455
Control code
ebr10388472
Dimensions
24 cm.
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
xxvi, 482 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780824824020
Original version note
Original electronic resource
Other physical details
facsims., ports.
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote

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