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    1 1

    1979 David A. Dilworth , tr., Nishida Kitaros Fundamental Problems of Philosophy. TokyoSophia University , 1970

  • 69

    ultimate reality

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    1979pp.341-4511979pp.289-464pp.371-464Nishida kitaroLast WritingsNothingness and the Religious Worldview. David D. Dilworthtr.HonoluluUniversity of Hawaii Press1987.pp.1-200Kitaro NishidaAn Inguiry into the Good. Masao Abe and Christopher Ivestr.New Haven and LondonYale University Press1990.

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    70 /

    3AntinomieDialektik4

    absolutes Seinabsolutes Nichtstranszendent5

    3 p. 45 4 Ibid, p.34 5

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    3

    72 /

    entity

    3 1974pp.1263-1264phrnomenologische Einsichtsvabhava-wunyataE. HusserlLebenswelt

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    6

    substantianoesissubstantia7

    Identitrtreine Vitalitrt

    6p. 25 7 Ibid., pp.50-51

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    HomogenitrtdimensionDilworth determination limitation Dynamik8910 8 Ibid., p. 35. 9 Ibid., p. 47

    10 Idem.

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    11

    p.157

    12

    Nihilismus13

    11 Ibid., p. 155. 12 Ibid., p. 58. 13 Ibid., p. 37.

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    reine Aktionreine AktivitrtIThouEternal God

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    Lebensweltentity 16

    78 /

    1415differentiatepratibhasa16 14 Ibid., p.88 15 Idem. 16 pratibhasa

    Phrnomendogie der reinen Vitalitrt2005

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    17

    17 pp. 113-114

    80 /

    18

    sentencestatementdifferentiate M. HeideggerSein west als ErscheinenSeinWesenErscheinenWesen west

    18 Ibid., p. 124.

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    19transzendentale AktivitrtDualitrtursprynglichintelleknelle Anschauung vijbana-parinamavijbananimittadrsti

    19 Ibid., p. 155.

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    20I-Thou relationshipThouEternal God

    20 Ibid., pp. 124-125.

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    Phrnomenologie 21

    universal

    21 Ibid., pp. 106-107.

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    Phrnomen

    22

    22 Ibid., pp. 89-90.

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    23

    23 Ibid., p. 56.

    86 /

    24

    Persgnlichkeit25 extremesAntinomie

    24 Ibid., p. 88. 25

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    prioritysuperiority Erscheinen

    26

    26 p. 89

    88 /

    2728

    Dilworth

    27

    1968pp. 446-454

    28 19981998

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    determination empirischphrnomenaldifferentiationpratibhasa

    90 /

    differentiationsplitpratibhasavijbana-parinama

  • 91

    29

    i ii iii iv

    TranszendenzImmanenzBrahmanwunyata

    29 pp. 90-91

    92 /

    axiological term

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    30

    PhrnomenDinge an sichI. Kantintellektuelle Anschauung3132 30 Ibid, p. 91. 31 I. Kant, Kritik der reinen Vernunft 1Frankfurt a. MainSuhrkamp Verlag1977,

    S. 95.2005p. 689

    32 1978pp. 40-451998pp. 160-215

    94 /

    phrnomenologischer SinnPersgnlichkeit

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    33

    KategorieGegenstand34Nichtsabsolutes Nichts

    33 p. 149 34

    pp. 385-405

    96 /

    transzendentalwahr35 35 p. 48

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    Sein west als Erscheinen36ErscheinenErscheinungZustandPlatoIdeaEinsicht 37Geistreligious soteriology38

    36 Erscheinen 37 p. 137 38 Idem.

    98 /

    39

    40 39 R. Bultmann

    kerygma1998pp. 171-182

    40 p. 49

  • 99

    41

    G. W. F. HegelDialektik42

    41 Ibid., p. 61. 42 Dialektik

    100 /

    MadhyamikaNagarjuna Madhyamakakarikacatuskoti paramartha-satyaJournal of Indian Philosophy151987pp.363-384The Arguments of Nagarjuna in the Light of Modern LogicAristotleRussell-WhiteheadBoole-Schrgdervaliditylimitation

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    paramartha-satyadas Seiendedas Sein43

    R. H. Robinson DignagaapohaR. Pandeyaindescribability 19971995pp.141-175 106 1967pp.361-362

    43 precisely

    102 /

    44

    p. 149 David A. Dilworth Nishida Kitaros Fundamental Problems of Philosophyp. 76extension

    44 pp. 149-150

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    intellektuelle Anschauungintellektuelle Welt

    45

    45 Ibid., p. 68.

    104 /

    Persgnlichkeit

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    46absolutes Nichts47

    46 Ibid., p. 87. 47

    pp.302-384

    106 /

    48

    Realitrt

    48 pp. 63-64

  • 107

    E. HusserlM. HeideggerPhrnomenologieH. G. GadamerHermeneutikA. N. WhiteheadPhilosophy of organism absolutes Seinabsolutes Nichts

    108 /

    49

    49

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    50prajbawunyata

    50

    110 /

    51Phrnomen

    51 p. 91

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    Eternal God 52 53 52

    1978 1979

    53 p.386

    112 /

    Sukhavativyuho nama mahayana-SutraSukhavativyuhaSukhavati VyuhaAmitayur-dhyana-sutraAmitabhaAmitayus54

    55

    54

    AgamaWakya

    55 p.397

  • 113

    56

    2003p.170 p.391

    56

    114 /

    57

    58

    57 pp.391-392 p.391 58 p.386

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    59 2

    60 3

    61 1 2 3 59

    1979p.417 60 Ibid.,pp.417-418. 61 Ibid.,p417.

    116 /

    4 62

    5 63

    paradoxVimalakirtinirdewa-sutraAntinomie

    62 Ibid.,p.419. 63 Ibid.,p.421.

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    dimension

    realityRealitrt

    118 /

    64

    Akt, AktivitrtSeinSeiende

    64

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    65

    65 p.195

    120 /

    6667 66

    67

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    M. BuberIch und DuEternal GodIchDu

    122 /

    68

    K. Barth

    69

    68 p.173

    p.353

    69 pp.445-446

  • 123

    Antinomie70

    71

    70 Ibid., p.446. 71 Idem., 47.498

    124 /

    7273

    72 p.110 73

    2006 p.447

  • 125

    submit

    hope74 74 St.

    Thomas Aguinassupernaturaltheological

    126 /

    dimension,

    75

    virtuesfaithhopecharity Anton C. Pegised., Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas. New YorkThe Modern Library1945p. 591.Summa Theologica

    75 pp.409-410

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    encountercontact

    128 /

    76

    duality

    76 pp.165-166

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    Einsicht

    130 /

    77

    78 77 pp.397-398 78

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    79

    79 madhyama pratipad

    132 /

    Vajracchedika-prajbaparamita-sutrakenosis80prajba

    81 80 p.399

    81 1997pp.8-111994

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    Panentheismus82

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