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《Journal of Changshu Institute of Technology》 2017-06
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On Anti-essentialism: The Mapping of Continental Philosophy on Critical Buddhism from the Perspective of Franz Rosenzweig

TU Xiaofei;LIU Yong;Department of Foreign Languages and Literature, Appalachian State University;School of Marxism, Yangzhou University;  
The so-called Critical Buddhism is represented by two Japanese Buddhist scholars at Komazawa University: Hakamaya Noriaki and Matsumoto Shiro. One of their controversial claims is that Tathagatagarbha, a cornerstone of East Asian Buddhism, is "not Buddhist". The author of this paper argues that their aggressive attack on Tathagatagarbha is part of an anti-essentialism trend that has been in vogue for some time in both the West and Asia. After showcasing a continental philosopher Franz Rosenzweig' s argument against essentialism, the author critically responds to anti-essentialist positions in general and Critical Buddhism in particular.
【Fund】: 全国高校优秀中青年思想政治理论课教师择优资助计划:“高校思想政治理论课‘体系转化’研究——以‘毛泽东思想和中国特色社会主义理论体系’课程为例”(15JDSZK017);; 教育部留学归国人员科研项目“马克思主义世界历史理论:替代全球主义的方法论视角”(教外司留[2015]1098号);; 中国博士后基金项目“马克思主义世界历史理论视阈下‘替代全球主义研究’”(2015M581828)
【CateGory Index】: B948
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