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Japanese Philosophy Network 第2回研究会

東京大学駒場キャンパスI 101号館11号室(EAAセミナー室)

発表者:Dennis Stromback (Center for Global Education, The University of Tokyo

発表題目:Nishida and Shin Buddhism

要旨:This presentation will discuss the influence of Shin Buddhism on Nishida Kitarō’s thought. The standard view within the literature on Japanese philosophy is that Nishida was a Zen Buddhist thinker, with sympathies toward Shin Buddhism. This view has a long history in the scholarship on Nishida, spanning from Nishitani’s bibliographical pieces written on Nishida’s life and thought that were published between 1936 and 1968 to James Heisig’s Philosophers of Nothingness that was published for a more popular Western audience in 2001. What I will discuss in this presentation is how the standard view overlooks the influences of Shin Buddhism on Nishida’s philosophy and thereby reduces his thought to the logic(s) of Zen Buddhism. Nishida was not a provincial thinker, but rather a cosmopolitan one, who sought to transcend any doctrinal thought by disrupting the epistemological and ontological binaries of reality. The implication of this presentation is to frame Nishida as someone who worked to overcome the duality between Shin and Zen Buddhism.

日時:2023年12月5日(火)17:00 〜 18:30

場所:東京大学駒場キャンパスI 101号館2階研修室


張政遠(Cheung Ching-yuen, EAA)、桑山裕喜子(Kuwayama Yukiko, UTCP特任研究員)
Dennis Stromback(東京大学グローバル教育センター特任講師)



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