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IOP Publishes The Bulletin No.33

On December 22, 2017, the Toyo Tetsugaku Kenkyujo Kiyo [Bulletin of the Institute of Oriental Philosophy] No.33 was published (not for sale). It covers annual works from a range of research areas and various projects carried out by IOP researchers. It provides an opportunity for budding research fellows to contribute their research works. Bulletin No.33 includes 12 articles and IOP research works (December 2016 – November 2017).

Main articles previously published in the bulletin are available in the Article BOX [論文BOX] on the IOP homepage.


Toynbee’s Humanistic View of Religion – Yutaka Ishigami

Japanese New Religions and Modernity ―Reconsideration of the Studies of New Religions― – Katsuaki Onishi

Current Situations and Problems of Poverty and Disparity ―Introduction to Happiness Peace Studies― – Hideki Iwaki

The Hojo Family’s Internal Conflict ―The Nigatsu-sodo and the Kagen-no-ran― – Takako Kajikawa

Where Tarokaja Lived – Michiko Fujioka

Wie Eckhart über das Übel verstanden hat. ―Das Nichts als Ursache des Übels und Schӧpfung― – Tatsuya Yamazaki

Ambivalence of “Tears and Laughter” and “Death and Life” ―An Attempt of Adaptation of Grotesque and Grotesque Realism to Several Works of Contemporary Representation― – Mitsunori Sagae

The Strategy of the Expedition to the North by Zhege Liang and the Non-Han Race in the Longxi and Hexi Corridor ―the Qiang and “monarchs of various nations in Liang Zhou” during the Later Han and Three Kingdoms period― – Takashi Mitsuda

Considering the Phenomenon of Suicide ―Japanese suicide trends― – Chikara Yamaguchi

Humanity-Quest: Contemporary Appropriations of the Ekayāna Doctorine in the Lotus Sutra – Shinobu Arai Apple

The Lotus Sutra in Tibetan Buddhist History and Culture, Part 2 – James B. Apple

Long Day’s Journey into Night―Formation of the complexity of behavioral pattern resulting from the combination of social hierarchical layer and deep psychological layer―PartⅡ– Kumi Ohno

IOP Research Works

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