西晋一郎の道徳哲学における基本原理に関する考察(2) : 意識即実在をめぐって

HABITUS Volume 28 Page 126-147 published_at 2024-03-20
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Title ( jpn )
西晋一郎の道徳哲学における基本原理に関する考察(2) : 意識即実在をめぐって
Title ( eng )
A study on the Fundamental Principles of Shinichirō Nishi's Moral Philosophy (2): Focusing on the theory of “Consciousness is Reality”
Creator
Li Liye
Source Title
HABITUS
Volume 28
Start Page 126
End Page 147
Number of Pages 22
Journal Identifire
[PISSN] 2186-7909
[NCID] AA12942536
Abstract
It is commonly stated that Shinichirō Nishi's philosophy (1873-1943) is rooted in realism. However, in his work Rinri Tetsugaku Kōwa (1915), realism is not explicitly formulated as a philosophical theory; instead, it is directly presented as moralism. In other words, in this book, Shinichirō Nishi considers reality and morality to be synonymous, emphasizing that the realization of concrete morality reflects universal reality. Nevertheless, the explanation for why reality and morality are perceived as identical remains somewhat inadequate. Further insights into this top can be found in Shinichirō Nishi’s other work, Rinrigaku no Konpon Mondai (1923). Here, Shinichirō Nishi reintroduces the concept of consciousness and thoroughly explores the relationship between consciousness, reality, and morality. Therefore, this paper draws from the texts of Rinrigaku no Konpon Mondai to analyze the theoretical relationship between consciousness, reality, and morality in the moral philosophy constructed by Shinichirō Nishi and explores the fundamental principles of Shinichirō Nishi's moral philosophy focusing on the theory of “Consciousness is Reality”.
Language
jpn
Resource Type journal article
Publisher
西日本応用倫理学研究会
Date of Issued 2024-03-20
Publish Type Version of Record
Access Rights open access