[MaFLa] Modern Japanese Philosophy kurzus

Ropolyi Laszlo ropolyi at caesar.elte.hu
Sun Nov 2 17:36:01 CET 2014


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Makoto Katsumori (Akita University, Japan)

Modern Japanese Philosophy

című kurzusa. A kurzus szerepel az ELTE kurzuskínálatában, hallgatók 
számára is felvehető, vizsgával krediteket is lehet szerezni.

Minden érdeklődő hallgatót és kollégát szívesen látunk.

Az előadások időpontja és helye:

2014. november 3-13 között hétfőtől csütörtökig délután 4-6-ig

az ELTE Lágymányosi Kampuszán (1117 Budapest, Pázmány P. sétány 1/A and 
1/C)

- november 3 és 10  (hétfőn): Északi tömb, -1.62 terem
- november 4 and 11 (kedden): Északi tömb   0.87 terem
- november 5 and 12 (szerdán): Déli tömb  2-502 terem
- november 6 and 13 (csütörtökön): Déli tömb 1-820 terem

A kurzus tervezett programja az alábbiakban (valamint a csatolt fájlban) 
olvasható:

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Course title: Modern Japanese Philosophy
Course code (ELTE): xn9337 (xxxn9337)
Teacher: Katsumori Makoto, Akita University, Japan
Course language: English
Schedule: The block format course is taught in the first two weeks of 
November (3-13), Mondays to Thursdays. Classes are from 4pm to 6pm, 
possibly followed by discussion.

Venue: 1117 Budapest, Pázmány P. sétány 1/A and 1/C

  November 3 and 10 (Mondays): Northern Building (1/A) room -1.62
  November 4 and 11 (Tuesdays): Northern Building (1/A) room 0.87
  November 5 and 12 (Wednesdays): Southern Building (1/C) room 2-502
  November 6 and 13 (Thursdays): Southern Building (1/C) room 1-820

Description:

This course will survey and explore the philosophical thought that has 
been developed in modern Japan, stretching from the late nineteenth 
century to the present. We will situate modern Japanese philosophy in its 
close connection with the newly introduced Western philosophy as well as 
non-Western philosophical traditions, specifically Buddhism, and also 
examine the social and political implications of philosophical
thought. The focus of our discussion will be on the work of the following 
philosophers and thinkers:

(1) Late 19th-century social thinker Fukuzawa Yukichi and his role in the 
process of Japan's modernization and imperialist expansion;

(2) Early to middle 20th-century philosophers Nishida Kitaro and Watsuji 
Tetsuro, with reference to their positions in the context of war and 
nationalism;

(3) Late 20th-century philosopher Hiromatsu Wataru, specifically with his 
new approach to Marxism as well as to the philosophy of modern physical 
science; and

(4) Contemporary philosophers and thinkers, including Karatani Kojin and 
Takahashi Tetsuya, in connection with current social and political issues 
in Japan and the world.

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