Departmental Bulletin Paper 犬と絶対無 : 後期西田幾多郎における身体と自然
A Dog and Absolute Nothingness : Body and Nature in the philosophy of Later Kitarô Nishida

森野, 雄介  ,  Morino, Yusuke  ,  モリノ, ユウスケ

37pp.105 - 122 , 2016-03-31 , 大阪大学大学院人間科学研究科 社会学・人間学・人類学研究室 , SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY, AND PHILOSOPHY Graduate School of Human Sciences OSAKA UNIVERSITY , オオサカ ダイガク ダイガクイン ニンゲン カガク ケンキュウカ シャカイガク ニンゲンガク ジンルイガク ケンキュウシツ
The purpose of this article is to elucidate the relationship between the body and nature in the later philosophy of Kitarô Nishida. In his later article entitled “Human Existence,” the relationship between body and nature appears with a discussion on a “Dog.” With this as a starting point, this article explores the relationship between nature and the body in Nishida’s later philosophy. First, this article focuses on “nature.” The reason is that Nishida reconstructs his middle main concept of “the self-determination of eternal-now” as nature. Also, we consider the differences between his middle philosophy and later one on this point. Then, we consider the duality of the concept and the body. As an objective, Nishida proposes “body” as the concept of “historical body” and “nature” as semiotic “nature.” As subjective, he proposes body as the concept of “biological body” and nature as impulsive “nature.” In this point, we concern these two structures of “nature” and “body” in detail. Finally, this article reconsiders the relationship between “Dog” and nature in the article entitled “Human Existence.”

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