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Table of Contents:
- John C. Maraldo: Revisiting Rude Awakenings. The Dangerous (?) Thought of the Kyoto School
- Raquel Bouso: Disimagination and Sentiment in Nishitani’s Religious Aesthetics
- 氣多雅子 (Keta Masako): 哲学と生死の問題 – 日本哲学の意義と可能性をめぐって
- Flavia Baldari: Karl Löwith’s Encounter with Japanese Philosophy. Reconstructions in a New Light
- Alexandra Mustățea: On the Convolutions of Modernity and Confucianism in Japan. Loyalty from Yamaga Sokō’s Shidō to Pre-war Kokutai Ideology
- Ferenc Takó: Notions of Love in Shinto and Buddhist Thought
- Carlos Barbosa Cepeda: Nishitani Keiji’s Notion of Mind
- Miki Kiyoshi: “Consciencia histórica y consciencia mítica” (trans. by Fernando Wirtz)
- Hiromatsu Wataru: “The Philosophical Dimension of Semiotics: The Subsistence Mechanism of Signification” (trans. by Michael Santone)
- Katsumori Makoto: Hiromatsu’s Philosophy: An Introductory Survey
- 米山優 (Yoneyama Masaru): 散文が美に近づくとき
- Pierre Bonneels et Jaime Derenne, eds.: Fortune de la philosophie cartésienne au Japon (Review by Georgii Bakhtiiarov)
- Dominic Smith: Exceptional Technologies: A Continental Philosophy of Technology (Review by Alessio Gerola)
- Joseph S. O’Leary: Reality itself: Philosophical Challenges of Indian Mahāyāna (Review by Bart Dessein)
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About the European Journal of Japanese Philosophy (EJJP)
The European Journal of Japanese Philosophy, the official academic organ of the European Network of Japanese Philosophy, is a peer-reviewed journal published annually. It’s aim is to provide a forum for critical articles and translations related to Japanese Philosophy. Contributions are welcome in English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian and Japanese.