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Book Sources: Japanese Philosophers
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Women and wisdom of Japan
Call Number: Online
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In Search of Wisdom: One Philospher's Journey
Call Number: B5244.I74 A3 2004
translated by Mary E. Foster
K¯ukai: Major Works
Call Number: BQ8999.K853 E54 1972
An Inquiry into the Good
Call Number: B5244.N553 Z4613 1990
translated by Masao Abe and Christopher Ives ; introduction by Masao Abe
Call Number: B5244.N553 B3713 1987
Translation of: Bashoteki ronri to sh¯uky¯oteki sekaikan, and Watakushi no ronri ni tsuite.
The Self-Overcoming of Nihilism
Call Number: B828.3 .N57 1990
translated by Graham Parkes with Setsuko Aihara
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Philosophy as Metanoetics
Call Number: B5244.T34 T29165 1986
translated by Takeuchi Yoshinori with Valdo Viglielmo and James W. Heisig
Watsuji Tetsuro's Rinrigaku
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Call Number: Online - EBSCO
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