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Nakatomi Kiyokazu (University of Presov, Slovakia)
Philosophy of Nothingness and Love
Humanum. Międzynarodowe Studia Społeczno-Humanistyczne, 2015, nr 17 (2), s. 99-124, bibliogr. 35 poz.
Humanum. International Social and Humanities Studies
Filozofia, Poglądy filozoficzne
Philosophy, Philosophical thought
Europa, Azja
Europe, Asia
The purpose of this paper is to break the dry and blocking condition of the contemporary philosophy and to create the new horizon of philosophy. The question about nothingness had begun in all ages and places. For example, Lao-tzu, Chaung-tzu, Solomon, Buddha, Pascal, Nietzsche, Bergson and Heidegger. The European philosophy started from Plato who created the idea of being. But the whole of being and matter occupies only a slight position in the universe. Compared to the universe, the whole of being and matter is as negligible as three ants to the earth itself ( the average density of the universe ) . European philosophy has been only questioning about three ants and the idea of them. On the other hand, we question about nothingness which includes three ants and the void of the earth size. Nothingness is not non-existence of all things. It includes, and also transcends relative nothingness and being. We call it Transcendental Nothingness or Absolute Nothingness. Nothingness is the highest wisdom which the transcendent-being revealed to mankind and continues to infinity →eternity→the transcendent being, God→love. I call this the principle of nothingness and love. The following is the proof of it.(original abstract)
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