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Dōgen and Continental Philosophy

An Essay on the Powers of Thinking

Jason M. Wirth

its own terms in a way that opens it to a serious dialogue with Buddhist thought. This can be seen, for example, in the profound adaptation of Continental themes and practices by the Kyoto School, which not only carved out space for Japanese Mahāyāna Buddhist thought within the world of Continental

Peter Hanly

instrumental music, Musica getuscht (1511), Peter Szendy 2 has recently pointed to a kind of positive function that might be accorded to what he terms the “idiotism” of the musical body, specifically in respect of its adaptation to the pure mechanical technicality of an instrument, absent a prior knowledge

“In an Unbounded Way”

After Kant on Genius

Andrew Benjamin

Kant’s terms, “judgment … adapts the imagination to the understanding.” 28 This adaptation is the introduction of a limit. It is, of course, a limit that at every moment genius and the imagination, through further acts of production, can work to undo. However, it is important to pursue the development