人文科学

Fredric Jameson
“The Seeds of Time”

1994, Columbia University Press、背少焼け、表紙痛み、本体少汚れ
1,500 yen

Even after the “end of history,”there has seemed to persist some historical curiosity of a generally systemic―rather than a merely anecdotal―kind: not merely to know what will happen next, but as a more general anxiety about the larger fate or destiny of our system or mode of production wi »続きを読む

Marius Jansen
“Sakamoto Ryoma and the Meiji Restoration”

1971, Stanford University Press、経年シミ、423P、ペーパーバック
2,000 yen

・・・the Restoration led to a unified national state which struggled to achieve international equality and leadership in Asia. The successes of the Japanese leaders had an effect on neighboring Asian societies as stimulating as was that of revolutionary France on Europe. Sun Yat-sen, K’ang Y »続きを読む

Maurice Merleau-Ponty
“L’Œil et l’Esprit”

1964, Éditions Gallimard
00 yen (在庫なし)

Le peintre 《apporte son corps》, dit Valéry. Et, en effet, on ne voit pas comment un Esprit pourrait peindre. C’est en prêtant son corps au monde que le peintre change le monde en peinture. Pour comprendre ces transsubstantiations, il faut retrouver le corps opérant et actuel, celui qui n’e »続きを読む

Edward W. Said
“Beginnings : Intention and Method”

1975, Basic Books
00 yen (在庫なし)

What is a beginning? What must one do in order to begin? What is special about beginning as an activity or a moment or a place? ・・・ Beginning is not only a kind of action; it is also a frame of mind, a kind of work, an attitude, a consciousness. It is pragmatic―as when we read a difficult »続きを読む