"Iki," style, trace: Shūzō kuki and the spirit of hermeneutics

Philosophy East and West 47 (4):554-580 (1997)
There are parallels between the Japanese philosopher Shūzō Kuki and the European philosophers Heidegger and Derrida with regard to their philosophical discourses on the idea of style and their respective elaboration of this notion as a playful quantity that needs to be seized by equally playful philosophical approaches
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