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A Study Of Man In Action: 1936-1940

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In January 1936 death was very much on Miki Kiyoshi's mind. Miki's wife Kimiko died on 6 August 1936. In July 1937 at around the time of the first anniversary of her death he edited a collection of essays entitled "A Shadow without a Shadow" to honour her memory. Miki went on to tell his daughter how he had met her mother at the end of June 1927, just after he had moved to Tokyo to take up his post at Hōsei University. For Karaki Junzō, Miki was a man who represented symbolically the realm of death and the realm of absolute life, for in him they are reunited in his thought. Philosophical Anthropology was finally published in March 1968, two years after the first volume of Miki's Complete Works appeared in October 1966.

Keywords: Hōsei University; Karaki Junzō; Miki Kiyoshi; Philosophical Anthropology



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