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Phenomenology in a different voice

Husserl and Nishida in the 1930s

Tetsuya Sakakibara

pp. 679-694

It is well-known that Kitarō Nishida (1870-1945), as the premier philosopher in Japan who built up an independent and original philosophical system and the founder of the so-called "Kyoto School", is also the first philosopher who introduced Husserl's phenomenology into Japan1.

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