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  1. The Kyoto School of Philosophy and Phenomenology.Tadashi Ogawa - 1979 - Analecta Husserliana 8:207.
     
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    Qi and Phenomenology of Wind.Tadashi Ogawa - 1998 - Continental Philosophy Review 31 (3):321-335.
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    Translation As a Cultural-Philosophical Problem: Towards a Phenomenology of Culture.Tadashi Ogawa - 1995 - The Monist 78 (1):18-29.
    The topic of translation is in my view not only a linguistic problem, but also a problem in the philosophy of culture. In the lexicon of a foreign language we may find an unfamiliar word that designates an object that is unknown in the eyes of our own culture. Instruments employed in a religious ceremony of the Catholic church, for example, an “encensoir,”, “reposoir,”, or “ostensoir,” will have no corresponding word in the Japanese language. But you must translate words of (...)
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    Editorial Preface.Tadashi Ogawa & Barry Smith - 1995 - The Monist 78 (1):3-4.
    The topic of translation is in my view not only a linguistic problem, but also a problem in the philosophy of culture. In the lexicon of a foreign language we may find an unfamiliar word that designates an object that is unknown in the eyes of our own culture. Instruments employed in a religious ceremony of the Catholic church, for example, an “encensoir,”, “reposoir,”, or “ostensoir,” will have no corresponding word in the Japanese language. But you must translate words of (...)
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  5. Interkulturelle Philosophie Und Phänomenologie in Japan Beiträge Zum Gespräch Über Grenzen Hinweg.Michael Lazarin, Tadashi Ogawa & Guido Rappe - 1998
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  6. Chi No Riron No Genzai.Takashi Maruyama, Tadashi Ogawa & Keiichi Noe - 1987
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  7. Cartesian Philosophy and the Political Dynamics for Peace.Tadashi Ogawa - 2006 - Phainomena 59.
    The contemporary times are the era in which the natural sciences and technology are hyper-developed. Nowadays the future of mankind is not altogether filled with the light of hope. On the contrary the human beings are thrown into the difficult situations. What kind of critical situation is there in front of us then? Three points must be considered and inquired. 1) What is the recognition of the present condition? 2) From which does the critical situation arise? 3) On the base (...)
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  8. Is Philosophy Regional or Global?Tadashi Ogawa - 2011 - Phainomena 76:225-230.
    Philosophy is global, insofar as it is a relation of a human being towards its world and as such a thinking of the »betweenness«, of logos and of structure, as they disclose themselves in the relations between the Ego and the world, between the beginning and the end, between the Ego and the others. e theme of »the relational thinking« transcends boundedness to a particular cultural sphere. e transcendence is possible because of the insight into the identity of structures in (...)
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  9. Kyōto Gakuha No Isan: Sei to Shi to Kankyō.Tadashi Ogawa & Katsuhito Inoue (eds.) - 2008 - Kōyō Shobō.
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  10. "Seeing" and "Touching", or, Overcoming the Soul - Body Dualism.Tadashi Ogawa - 1983 - Analecta Husserliana 16:77.
     
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  11. "Symplok e ton eidon" [Greek]. Zum strukturalen Denken in Platons "Sophistes".Tadashi Ogawa - 1990 - Philosophisches Jahrbuch 97 (1):38.
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  12. What Is the Contribution of Confucian Philosophy to the International and Intercultural Comprehension Today? A Comparison with European Philosophy.Tadashi Ogawa - 2008 - Phainomena 64.
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    The Trans-Subjective Creation of Poetry and Mood: A Short Study of the Japanese Renga.Tadashi Ogawa - 2009 - Comparative and Continental Philosophy 1 (2):193-209.
    This essay retrieves the meaning and importance of renga, or linking poetry. Long forgotten, even in Japan, it was the form of which the great Bashō was the mater (not haiku as is now believed). When examining renga poetry, one can see that it is based not on authorial vision, but rather the trans-subjective mood that guides the different links made by the various poets who collaborate in the “rolling” of a renga. The radical implications of this form for both (...)
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    The Horizonal Character of Phenomena and the Shining-Forth of Things.Tadashi Ogawa - 2000 - Research in Phenomenology 30 (1):146-157.
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    Essen und Atmosphäre. Zur Atmosphäre der klassischen Kyoto-Gastronomie als Beispiel für Slow Food.Tadashi Ogawa - 2008 - In Harald Lemke & Iris Därmann (eds.), Die Tischgesellschaft: Philosophische Und Kulturwissenschaftliche Annäherungen. Transcript Verlag. pp. 201-212.
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  16. Husserl und die Vorstruktur des Bewusstseins - Eine rekonstruktive Überlegung von dem strukturalen Gesichtspunkt.Tadashi Ogawa - 1991 - Analecta Husserliana 34:151.
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