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Nakatomi Kiyokazu (Chiba Prefectural Togane Commercial High School in Chiba, Japan)
Filosofía de la nada y del amor
Philosophy of Anything and Love
Humanum. Międzynarodowe Studia Społeczno-Humanistyczne, 2015, nr 19 (4), s. 139-161
Humanum. International Social and Humanities Studies
Słowa kluczowe
Filozofia, Poglądy filozoficzne
Philosophy, Philosophical thought
Azja, Europa
Asia, Europe
The purpose of this test is to break the blockade dry characterizes contemporary philosophy and create a new horizon. The question has arisen nowhere at all times and in all places. To cite a few names; Lao-tzu, Chaung-tzu, Solomon, Buddha, Pascal, Nietzsche, Bergson and Heidegger. European philosophy began with Plato who created the idea of being. But being and matter occupy only a negligible position in the universe. Compared to this universe, being and matter are like three tiny ants in relation to the earth. European philosophy has been questioning circled over three small ants. However, we think hard about anything including three ants and a gap the size of the earth. Nothingness is not the non-existence of all things. Nowhere it includes and transcends relative nothingness and being. We call it Transcendental Nothing or absolutely nothing. Nothingness is the highest knowledge in which the transcendent is revealed to humanity; infinite knowledge → → eternity is projected transcendent God → love. I call the principle of nowhere and love. The following is proved.(original abstract)
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  1. Nakatomi, Kiyokazu (2008). 'On the synthesis of the theory of relativity and quantum theory', 22thWorld Congress of Philosophy, Abstracts
  2. Nakatomi, Kiyokazu (2007). 'On the concept of energy by Bergson and Einstein', ParergaNo.3, University of finance and management in Warsaw
  3. Lao-tzu,Chuang-tzu(1960-).Lao-tzu, Chuang-tzuVolume VII, Chuang-tzu VolumeVII, New Interpretation System of Old Chinese, Meiji Shoin,Tokyo.
  4. Chuang-tzu(1994).Chuang-tzu, translated by Osamu Kanaya, Iwanami Bunko,Tokyo.
  5. Cf. Mori,Mikisaburo (1978). Lao-tzu, Chuang-tzuby ‚Intellectual Heritage of Mankind', No 5, Kodansha, Tokyo.
  6. Fukunaga,Mitsuji,(1964).Chuang-tzu -the existentialism of ancient China, Chukosinsho Tokyo
  7. Henri, Bergson (1934). La pensée et le mouvant, P.U.F., 91e édition, p.166
  8. Compendium of philosophy (1971). Heibonsha, Tokyo
  9. Blaise, Pascal (1954). Æuvre Completes de Pascal, Bibliothéque de la Pléiade, Libraire Gallimard, Paris, I give a brief account on Pensées.
  10. Cf.Pensées , Japanese version (1982) . Translated by Shinzaburo Matunami, Kodanshabunko, Tokyo.
  11. Hajime, Nakamura (1998). The Personality of Buddha and his thought. NHK Books, Tokyo, p. 220.
  12. Nakatomi, Kiyokazu (2012). "Meditation and Intuition" Spoleczeństwo i Edukacja, Międzynarodowe Studia Humanistyczne Nr 2\2012, Warsaw.
  13. Nakatomi, Kiyokazu (2013). "Kosmologie von Platon". Filozoficzne i Kulturowe aspekty dzialalności czlowieka w sluzbie rozwoju- wybrane karty historii 2013, Warsaw. http://www.
  14. Nakatomi, Kiyokazu (2014). "Metaphysics of Aristotle and Asian Philosophy". Izvestia 2014, Volvograd State Pedagogical University,
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