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The Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: A Report on the 2008 Annual Meeting

The Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: A Report on the 2008 Annual Meeting The Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies A Report on the 2008 Annual Meeting Terao Kazuyoshi Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture The 2008 annual meeting of the Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies was held at the Palace Side Hotel in Kyoto on 1­3 September. The main theme of the meeting was the "Possibility of Religious Philosophy." The meeting consisted of four sessions, one research presentation, and a general overview on the final day. Two sessions were staged on the first day. They dealt with a reconsideration of the religious philosophy of Jan Van Bragt (1928­2007), following the meeting in 2007, which generally covered his academic contributions. First, Keta Masako (Kyoto University) read a paper titled "A Configuration in the Contemporary World: A Response to Jan Van Bragt's Expectation and Disappointment at the Kyoto School of Philosophy." (Unfortunately I was unable to attend this session, so I am not able to summarize the presentation.) Next, Hanaoka Eiko (Nara University of Industry) presented a paper titled "In Search of the New Possibility of Religious Philosophy: Fundamental Experience and a Turning Point for Philosophy." She insisted that we need to keep in mind an overview of the religious philosophies of Nishida http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Buddhist-Christian Studies University of Hawai'I Press

The Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies: A Report on the 2008 Annual Meeting

Buddhist-Christian Studies , Volume 29 (1) – Oct 17, 2009

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The Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies A Report on the 2008 Annual Meeting Terao Kazuyoshi Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture The 2008 annual meeting of the Japan Society for Buddhist-Christian Studies was held at the Palace Side Hotel in Kyoto on 1­3 September. The main theme of the meeting was the "Possibility of Religious Philosophy." The meeting consisted of four sessions, one research presentation, and a general overview on the final day. Two sessions were staged on the first day. They dealt with a reconsideration of the religious philosophy of Jan Van Bragt (1928­2007), following the meeting in 2007, which generally covered his academic contributions. First, Keta Masako (Kyoto University) read a paper titled "A Configuration in the Contemporary World: A Response to Jan Van Bragt's Expectation and Disappointment at the Kyoto School of Philosophy." (Unfortunately I was unable to attend this session, so I am not able to summarize the presentation.) Next, Hanaoka Eiko (Nara University of Industry) presented a paper titled "In Search of the New Possibility of Religious Philosophy: Fundamental Experience and a Turning Point for Philosophy." She insisted that we need to keep in mind an overview of the religious philosophies of Nishida

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Published: Oct 17, 2009

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