Table of Contents
Shåoson, M. The relation of philosophical theory to practical affairs in Japan.--Shunzåo, S. Shintåo: Japanese ethnocentrism.--Shinshåo, H. Buddhism of the one great vehicle (Mahåayåana)--Hideki, Y. Modern trend of western civilization and cultural peculiarities in Japan.--Teitaråo, S. D. Reason and intuition in Buddhist philosophy.--Hideo, K. Some Japanese cultural traits and religions.--Teitaråo, S. D. An interpretation of Zen experience.--Hajime, N. Basic features of the legal, political, and economic thought of Japan.--Yoshifumi, U. The status of the individual in Mahåayåana Buddhist philosophy.--Hajime, N. Consciousness of the individual and the universal among the Japanese.--Ichiro, H. The appearance of individual self-consciousness in Japanese religion and its historical transformations.--Teshi, F. The individual in Japanese ethics.--Masaaki, K. The status and the role of the individual in Japanese society.--Takeyoshi, K. The status of the individual in the notion of law, right, and social order in Japan.--Moore, C. A. Editor's supplement: the enigmatic Japanese mind.