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Alternative Configurations of Alterity in Dialogue with Ueda Shizuteru
Author Maraldo, John C. (著)
Source Comparative and Continental Philosophy
Volumev.14 n.2
Date2022
Pages178 - 195
PublisherTaylor & Francis
Publisher Url https://www.tandfonline.com/
LocationLondon, England, UK [倫敦, 英格蘭, 英國]
Content type期刊論文=Journal Article
Language英文=English
NoteAuthor Affiliation: University of North Florida.
KeywordAlterity; pure experience; Nishida Kitarō; Oxherding Pictures; renga/linked verse; silence
AbstractAlterity, the difference that being-other makes, is not an overt theme in the writing of Ueda Shizuteru, and yet by bringing alterity to the fore we are able to connect and examine several themes that Ueda does engage explicitly. It will turn out that several models of alterity are discernable in Ueda’s philosophy, and their common ground opens a mode of being-other that offers an alternative to dominant models of irreducible difference. Ueda’s philosophy of language suggests four alternative configurations that increasingly allow for the dual emergence of authentic otherness and selfhood. Those configurations are intimated in his interpretations of Nishida’s pure experience, of the interplay of language and silence, of a dialogue envisioned in a Zen oxherding picture, and of the poetic form known as linked verse, which best models how discrete beings help create a world in common.
ISSN17570638 (P); 17570646 (E)
DOI10.1080/17570638.2022.2124011
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Created date2023.09.20
Modified date2023.09.20



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