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Reflections on Japanese Taste: The Structure of Iki Paperback – Jan 1 2011


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Kuki Shuzo was a cosmopolitan member of an early twentieth-century modernising elite in Japan. During his long residence in Europe in the 1920s, Kuki studied under Husserl and was acquainted with Heidegger, Bergson, and the young Sartre. He was one of the first Japanese thinkers to found a Japanese aesthetics, bridging European and Japanese traditions in philosophy. John Clark teaches modern Asian art at the University of Sydney, Australia.

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Great book! Sept. 14 2014
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Thanks for fast shipping. Great book !!! Difficult subject, but worthwhile in studying..gave me an insight I didn't expect


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