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  1. Makoto Ozaki (2008). The Historical Origins of the Philosophies of Nishida and Tanabe. Proceedings of the Xxii World Congress of Philosophy 8:201-207.
    The historical origins of the Kyoto School of Philosophy of modern Japan, represented by Kitaro Nishida and Hajime Tanabe, may be derived from both the ancient Chinese idea of Change and the ancient Indian Upanishadic idea of the mutual identity of Brahman and Atman. The ancient Chinese idea of Change signifies change as well as non-change, and even their dialectical unification. Both origins are structured by the self-identity of the opposed in logic, and these historical prototypes have been developed into (...)
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  2. Makoto Ozaki (2007). On the Essence of Substance as the Individual. The Proceedings of the Twenty-First World Congress of Philosophy 7:185-189.
    Hajime Tanabe (1885-1962), the Kyoto- School philosopher of modern Japan, attempts to interpret Aristotle's ontology as being involved in the logic of self-identical being without self-negative conversion in action from his own dialectical perspective. For Tanabe, the eternal essence or Form is to be mediated by the dynamic character of matter, i.e., the temporality pertinent to the changing movement. For Aristotle, however, the essence or pure activity as the principle of being is devoid of such a dynamic mediation, but is (...)
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  3. Makoto Ozaki (2001). Individuum, Society, Humankind: The Triadic Logic of Species According to Hajime Tanabe. Brill.
    In this collection on the Kyoto School of Philosophy, the author offers the reader Tanabe's religious philosophy, but also, and for the first time, his ...
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  4. Makoto Ozaki (1990). Introduction to the Philosophy of Tanabe: According to the English Translation of the Seventh Chapter of the Demonstratio of Christianity. Rodopi.
    Translated text is chapt. 7, pt. 2 of Kirisutokyō no benshō.
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  5. Makoto Ozaki (1979). The Historical Structure of the Eternal: Nichiren's Eschatology. Philosophy East and West 29 (3):295-306.
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