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    Kazunori, Senoue
    The author, Ohno Susumu, is a Japanese language scholar. In this book, he deals with historical documents with mythological elements such as the Kojiki (712 A.D.) and the Nihon Shoki (720 A.D.) and other classical literary works using the methodology . . .
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    Prasol, Eugenia
    Soseki’s set of short stories Ten Nights’ Dreams (Yume ju ya, 1908) is often viewed as a metaphorical representation of the late Meiji period, which was a time of big changes in Japan on many various levels. While being a beginning of a new chapter of . . .
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    Sun, Xu
    As the Chinese philosopher, Huimin Jin pointed out in his article, “Cultural studies has been dramatically internationalized recently, and a new theoretical framework is accordingly demanded.” 1 In addition, the article ‘Cultural Runing-In Trend’ and . . .
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    Lee, Joo Heung
    I recently completed a brief refresher course in Vipassana meditation after some personal setbacks disrupted my fledgling practice and accompanying equanimity. It was much needed. My mojo is back, and I know more definitively than ever that the key to . . .
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    Mishra, Ananda
    The book under review is the two volume Dynamics of the Language: Philosophy of The World of the Words. 1 As the sub-title suggests, the author’s claim that he is presenting for the first time a philosophy of the world of the words that is, the world . . .
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    Vasavada, Kashyap
    Concepts of ultimate reality in Hinduism namely Brahman and in Buddhism namely Shunyata are discussed from the perspective of Modern Physics. We find that there is an astonishingly close parallelism between the two completely diverse fields. Some spec . . .
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    Takanashi, Yoshio
    Emerson wrote with excitement of his discovery of “God-within” in his poem “Gnothi Seauton”: “There doth sit the Infinite embosomed in a man.” He furthermore preached in his sermon “The Genuine Man” that “the essential man” dwells in the innermost sou . . .
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    Hermans, Hubert
    Huimin Jin’s article on cultural self-confidence is a welcome invitation to deliver a short commentary from a western point of view. My purpose is to show that in Western scientific publications of the past decades, there is an increasing interest in . . .
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    Temizler, Buke
    In the field of comparative studies regarding the history of philosophy some cases are perhaps more thought provoking and intriguing than others. I attempt to display and critically discuss here what I take to be one such case which involves two promi . . .
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    Hermans, Hubert
    Huimin Jin’s article on cultural self-confidence is a welcome invitation to deliver a short commentary from a western point of view. My purpose is to show that in Western scientific publications of the past decades, there is an increasing interest in . . .