Raquel Bouso

View publications by author:

 

 

Raquel Bouso

 

 

Andre van der Braak

 

 

Sybille Fritsch-Oppermann

 

Josef Götz

 

John O Grady

 

 

John D'Arcy May

 

Elizabeth Harris

 

Martin Rötting

 

Perry Schmidt-Leukel

 

Fabian Völker

 

Janet Williams

Publications by Rquel Bouso:

La filosofía japonesa en sus textos

BousoLa filosofía japonesa en sus textos

Raquel Bouso

Esta obra pone por primera vez al alcance del lector hispanohablante las principales fuentes textuales de la filosofía japonesa, presentadas tanto diacrónicamente por tradiciones (budistas, sintoístas, confucianas, filosofía académica moderna) como temáticamente (cultura e identidad, filósofas, pensamiento samurái, bioética).

This work puts the main textual sources of Japanese philosophy within the reach of the Spanish-speaking reader for the first time, presented both diachronically by traditions (Buddhist, Shinto, Confucian, modern academic philosophy) and thematically (culture and identity, philosophers, samurai thought, bioethics) .

Zen

ZenZen

Raquel Bouso

¿Qué razones explican la fascinación que ejerce el zen en el mundo occidental? ¿Son las mismas que han mantenido viva esta tradición secular en los países asiáticos?

What reasons explain the fascination of Zen in the Western world? Are they the same ones that have kept this secular tradition alive in Asian countries?

Confluences and Cross-Currents

confluencesConfluences and Cross-Currents
Frontiers of Japanese Philosophy 6

Raquel Bouso (ed.) James Heisig (ed.)

The list of publications having to do with Japanese intellectual history in general and Kyoto School philosophy in particular has grown steadily over the past years, both inside and outside of Japan. This is due in no small part to the important contributions made by those whose papers are included in this volume, the proceedings of an international conference held in June 2009 at the Universitat Pompeu Fabra in Barcelona. Although much remains to be done if Japanese philosophy is to shed its esoteric and exotic image in order to take its rightful place in the curriculum as one of the many valuable sources of philosophical reflection, the ongoing dialogue among veterans in the field and younger scholars reflected in these pages is as promising as it has ever been.