Defending Japan's Pacific War: The Kyoto School Philosophers and Post-White Power

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Defending Japan's Pacific War

The Kyoto School philosophers and post-White power

David Williams

LONDONANDNEW YORK

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • The Book in Brief xvi
  • Acknowledgments xviii
  • Rise and Fall 1
  • 1 - Roman Questions 3
  • 2 - Revisionism 14
  • The Decay of Pacific War Orthodoxy 27
  • 3 - Philosophy and the Pacific War 29
  • 4 - Scholarship or Propaganda 46
  • 5 - Wartime Japan as It Really Was 61
  • In Defence of the Kyoto School 77
  • 6 - Taking Kyoto Philosophy Seriously 79
  • 7 - Racism and the Black Legend of the Kyoto School 92
  • 8 - When is a Philosopher a Moral Monster? 106
  • Nazism and the Crises of the Kyoto School 127
  • 9 - Heidegger, Nazism and the Farías Affair 129
  • 10 - Heidegger and the Wartime Kyoto School 141
  • 11 - Nazism is No Excuse 151
  • After America, Philosophy 165
  • 12 - Nothing Shall Be Spared 167
  • The Philosophy of Crisis or a Crisis in Philosophy 181
  • On the Logic of Co-Prosperity Spheres 188
  • Notes 200
  • Select Bibliography 220
  • Index 231
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