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Frontiers of Transculturality in Contemporary Aesthetics (review)

Frontiers of Transculturality in Contemporary Aesthetics (review) philosophy that touch on the same kind of question, and at the same time revitalize the closed world of their own intellectual tradition through the full weight of philosophical criticism'' (p. 17). Notes A Japanese-language version of this review was published in vol. 3 (December 2002) of Jap), the annual journal published by the Office anese Philosophy (Nihon no tetsugaku ) at of the History of Japanese Philosophy (Nihon Tetsugakushi Kenkyushitsu ¯ Kyoto University. I would like to express my deep gratitude to those of its members who graciously assisted me in the preparation of the Japanese version. I would especially like to thank Mizuno Tomoharu, Sugimoto Koichi, Miyano Yoshiko, and Waki Takaharu. 1 ­ See James W. Heisig, ``The Religious Philosophy of the Kyoto School,'' in The Religious Philosophy of Tanabe Hajime, edited by Taitetsu Unno and James W. Heisig. (Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1990), pp. 12­42. 2 ­ Ibid., p. 18. 3 ­ See Writings of Nishitani Keiji (Nishitani Keiji chosakushu ¯ bunsha, 1990, vol. 6, p. 178. ). Kyoto: Son- ` Grazia Marchiano and Raffaele Milani, editors. Frontiers of Transculturality in Contemporary Aesthetics. Turin, Italy: Trauben, 2001. Pp. 524. Lit 58,100. Reviewed by Ashok http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Frontiers of Transculturality in Contemporary Aesthetics (review)

Philosophy East and West , Volume 53 (4) – Jun 10, 2003

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philosophy that touch on the same kind of question, and at the same time revitalize the closed world of their own intellectual tradition through the full weight of philosophical criticism'' (p. 17). Notes A Japanese-language version of this review was published in vol. 3 (December 2002) of Jap), the annual journal published by the Office anese Philosophy (Nihon no tetsugaku ) at of the History of Japanese Philosophy (Nihon Tetsugakushi Kenkyushitsu ¯ Kyoto University. I would like to express my deep gratitude to those of its members who graciously assisted me in the preparation of the Japanese version. I would especially like to thank Mizuno Tomoharu, Sugimoto Koichi, Miyano Yoshiko, and Waki Takaharu. 1 ­ See James W. Heisig, ``The Religious Philosophy of the Kyoto School,'' in The Religious Philosophy of Tanabe Hajime, edited by Taitetsu Unno and James W. Heisig. (Berkeley, CA: Asian Humanities Press, 1990), pp. 12­42. 2 ­ Ibid., p. 18. 3 ­ See Writings of Nishitani Keiji (Nishitani Keiji chosakushu ¯ bunsha, 1990, vol. 6, p. 178. ). Kyoto: Son- ` Grazia Marchiano and Raffaele Milani, editors. Frontiers of Transculturality in Contemporary Aesthetics. Turin, Italy: Trauben, 2001. Pp. 524. Lit 58,100. Reviewed by Ashok

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