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Watsuji Tetsuro's Rinrigaku
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Foreword William R. LaFleur Acknowledgments Note to the Reader Introduction Robert E. Carter Part I. Introductory Essays Chapter One The Significance of Ethics as the Study of Ningen Chapter Two The Method of Ethics as the Study of Ningen Part II. The Fundamental Structure of Human Existence Chapter Three The Everyday Fact as a Starting Point Chapter Four Individual Moments Making Up Human Existence Chapter Five The Element of the Whole in a Human Being Chapter Six The Negative Structure of a Human Being Chapter Seven The Fundamental Law of a Human Being (The Basic Principle of Ethics) Part III. The Spatio-Temporal Structure of a Human Being Chapter Eight Private and Public Existence Chapter Nine The Spatiality of a Human Being Chapter Ten The Temporality of Ningen Sonzai Chapter Eleven The Mutual Relation of Spatiality and Temporality Chapter Twelve The Acts of Ningen Chapter Thirteen Trust and Truth Chapter Fourteen The Good and Bad of Ningen: Guilt and Conscience Appendix: Correspondence with Yuasa Yasuo Interpretive Essay: Strands of Influence Robert E. Carter Notes Glossary of Japanese Terms Bibliography of Works About Watsuji Indexes

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Robert Carter is Professor of Philosophy at Trent University. Yamamoto Seisaku teaches at the Kansai University of Foreign Studies, Osaka, Japan.

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"Robert Carter and Yamamoto Seisaku have produced a wonderfully clear and lucid translation of Watsuji Tetsuro's masterpiece, Rinrigaku. Long known by comparative philosophers as a centerpiece of modern Japanese philosophical tradition, Rinrigaku has been made accessible now to Western students and scholars. For anyone who is a serious student of Heidegger, this work is a must read!" - David Edward Shaner, Furman University "Here we have a major treatise by a sophisticated thinker who self-consciously wished to provide a distinctly "Asian" alternative to Western ethical systems-systems he and others saw as conceptually flawed and culturally ethnocentric. Long-suppressed questions about the assumed universalizability of some of the West's most privileged moral modes are posed in and through this work. The study both of comparative ethics and of comparative societies will necessarily be much enriched and enlivened by it." - From the Foreword by William R. LaFleur

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