Graduate studies at Western
Philosophy East and West 47 (3):305-336 (1997)
|Abstract||There is a current fashion among some prominent Japanologists to brand Kyoto School philosophers as mere fascist or imperialist ideologues. This essay examines these charges, and criticizes the critics, endeavoring thereby to encourage a more responsible evaluation of the relationship between philosophical and political discourse|
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