Vari aspetti del nulla assoluto nelle filosofie di Nishida e Tanabe


This paper deals with the conception of Absolute Nothingness (zettai mu), one of the pivotal terms in Japanese contemporary philosophy. This idea is generally considered as the philosophical version of the Buddhist notion of Śūnyatā (emptiness). In the thinking of Nishida Kitarō and Tanabe Hajime, two leading philosophers of the so called Kyōto School, Absolute Nothingness becomes the fundamental tool to build a dialectics which is meant to overcome Hegelian system.

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