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by Setsuko Aihara,Graham Parkes,Keiji Nishitani

Free eBook The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism (SUNY series in Modern Japanese Philosophy) download ISBN: 0791404382
Author: Setsuko Aihara,Graham Parkes,Keiji Nishitani
Publisher: SUNY Press; First Edition edition (October 2, 1990)
Language: English
Pages: 274
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The Self-Overcoming of N. .has been added to your Cart. Setsuko Aihara teaches Japanese at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and is the author of Reading Japanese: Strategies for Decoding Japanese Sentence Structure.

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The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism Nishitani Keiji was for many years Professor of Religious Philosophy at Kyoto .

The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism. Five Nihilism and Existence in Nietzsche. 2. Critique of Religion. Nishitani Keiji was for many years Professor of Religious Philosophy at Kyoto University, and since his retirement has been Professor Emeritus at Otani Buddhist University in Kyoto. Graham Parkes is Associate Professor, Department of Philosophy, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Graham Parkes with Setsuko Aihara. The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism. cm. - (SUNY series in modern Japanese philosophy ) ISBN 0-7914-0437-4 (alk. paper). ISBN 0-7914-0438-2 (pbk. : alk. 5. Nietzsche, Friedrich Wilhelm, ons in concept. dred years ago, in the unpublished preface to a manuscript Nietz sche sketched out under the working title The Will to Power-we find ourselves today no more than midway through the story of ni hilism as foretold by that vatic raconteur. Halfway through this first half of the story, between 1936 and 1940, Heidegger lectured at length on Nietzsche's nihilism.

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Among the many works authored by Nishitani in Japanese, are the . Translated by Graham Parkes and Aihara Setsuko. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Among the many works authored by Nishitani in Japanese, are the following titles: Divinity and Absolute Negation (Kami to zettai Mu; 1948), Examining Aristotle (Arisutoteresu ronkō; 1948); Religion, Politics, and Culture (Shūkyō to seiji to bunka; 1949); Modern Society's Various Problems and Religion (Gendai shakai no shomondai to shūkyō; 1951); Regarding Buddhism (Bukkyō n.

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The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism book. As a past reader of Nishitani in both the original. Published October 1990 by State University of New York Press (first published 1949). Moreover, Self-overcoming of Nihilism is also a far more Nishitani presents all of the various viewpoints to nihilism with a thoroughness that clearly shows exactly how well-versed he was in western thought, and as such this book serves as a great introduction especially to Nietzsche and Heidegger.

The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism by Keiji Nishitani, 9780791404379 . Setsuko Aihara teaches Japanese at the University of Hawaii at Manoa and is the author of Reading Japanese: Strategies for Decoding.

Nishitani Keiji was for many years Professor of Religious Philosophy at Kyoto University, and since his retirement has been Professor Emeritus at Otani Buddhist University in Kyoto.

SN Nishitani, Keiji 西谷啓治. Self-Overcoming of Nihilism. Translated by Graham Parkes and Setsuko Aihara. Nishitani’s Challenge to Philosophy and Theology. In The Religious Philosophy of Nishitani Keiji, ed. Taitetsu Unno, 13–45. SZ Nishitani, Keiji 西谷啓治. New York: Crossroad, 1991. Fremont: Asian Humanities Press. Davis, Bret W. 2004a. The Step Back Through Nihilism: The Radical Orientation of Nishitani Keiji’s Philosphy of Zen.

By Nishitani Keiji, Graham Parkes, Setsuko Aihara. By Nishitani Keiji, Graham Parkes, Setsuko Aihara.

Acknowledgments Abbreviations Introduction Notes on Texts Preface to the First Edition One Nihilism as Existence 1. Two Problems 2. Nihilism and the Philosophy of History 3. European Nihilism Two From Realism to Nihilism: Hegel, Schopenhauer, Kierkegaard, Feuerbach 1. Hegel's Absolute Idealism and Radical Realism 2. Schopenhauer―Will as Real―The Nullity of Existence 3. Kierkegaard―Becoming and Existence 4. Feuerbach―Critique of Religion, Philosophy, and Ethics Three Friedrich Nietzsche: The First Consummate Nihilist 1. The Significance of Nihilism in Nietzsche 2. Radical Nihilism 3. Nietzsche's Interpretation of Christianity 4. The Concept of "Sincerity"―"Will to Illusion" Four Nietzsche's Affirmative Nihilism: Amor Fati and Eternal Recurrence 1. Value-Interpretation and Perspectivism 2. The Problem of Amor Fati 3. Love of Fate as "Innermost Nature"―Suffering―Soul 4. The Idea of Eternal Recurrence: The "Moment" and Eternity 5. Eternal Recurrence and Overcoming the Spirit of Gravity 6. Love of Fate and Eternal Recurrence 7. The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism Five Nihilism and Existence in Nietzsche 1. "God is Dead" 2. Critique of Religion 3. The Stages of Nihilism 4. Nihilism as Existence 5. The First Stage of Existence 6. The Second Stage of Existence 7. Nihilism as Scientific Conscience 8. Science and History as Existence 9. "Living Dangerously" and "Experimentation" 10. The Third Stage―Existence as Body 11. The Dialectical Development of Nihilism Six Nihilism as Egoism: Max Stirner 1. Stirner's Context 2. The Meaning of Egoism 3. Realist, Idealist, Egoist―"Creative Nothing" 4. From Paganism to Christianity 5. From Christianity to Liberalism 6. From Liberalism to Egoism 7. Ownness and Property―All and Nothing 8. The State and the Individual Seven Nihilism in Russia 1. Russian Nihilism 2. Bazarov's Nihilism―"Fathers and Sons" 3. Nihilism as Contemplation―"Notes from Underground" Eight Nihilism as Philosophy: Martin Heidegger 1. Existentialism as a Discipline 2. The "Ontological Difference" 3. Transcendence and Being-in-the-World 4. Being-toward-Death and Anxiety 5. Finitude―Metaphysics―Existence―Freedom Nine The Meaning of Nihilism for Japan 1. The Crisis in Europe and Nihilism 2. The Crisis Compounded 3. The Significance of European Nihilism for Us 4. Buddhism and Nihilism Appendix The Problem of Atheism 1. Marxist Humanism 2. Sartrean Existentialism 3. Atheism in the World of Today Notes Index