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Japanese in i as thought

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thought as in japanese i

thought as in japanese i

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  • If the existence of Chinese and Indian philosophies is widely acknowledged, is it not legitimate to ask the question whether there is in Japanese culture something that we ought to refer to as Japanese philosophy? Constituting a rational effort at legitimizing the power of the elites, these histories also have a more reflective and critical dimension offering insights about the social, political, and religious dimensions of a particular period. By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

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