著者
井原 奉明 Ihara Tomoaki
出版者
光葉会
雑誌
学苑 (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
no.870, pp.83-94, 2013-04

Abstract It is the author's present design to determine, by an exhaustive analysis of the existing findings and evidence, how the conception of mono is understood and applied around the Jodai era. This study is the first step toward the primary research of the cosmology of the concept. Such a task pertains to linguistics, philosophy and other related academic fields. The author begins with a critical inquiry into Ms. Hasegawa's study of mono. For more integrated explication, he hypothesizes it derives from the idea of mana of the Pacific region. The adequacy was illustrated by an extensive clarification of how the concept acquires a variety of meanings and captures spatially-directed significances as a null symbol within the phenomenological "lived" space of subjectivity.
著者
井原 奉明 Ihara Tomoaki 昭和女子大学英語コミュニケーション学科
出版者
光葉会
雑誌
學苑 = GAKUEN (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.858, pp.86-98, 2012-04-01

AbstractThis thesis aims at clarifying the concept of Mono in Japanese, following the previous studies conducted by the same author. He takes up the newly publicized idea of Mono by NAKANISHI Susumu, that Mono is considered equivalent with mana, a proto-religious concept widely prevalent in the indigenous faith system around the South Pacific region. He expounds NAKANISHI's idea with the additional comments on the concept of mana and the related studies, and makes clear the explanatory inadequacy of the Mono=mana theory. He then introduces the phenomenological conception on space with the notion of omote(front)and ura(back)to make up for the defect of the former studies and constitute a totally consistent theory.
著者
井原 奉明
雑誌
學苑 = GAKUEN (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.785, pp.A1-A9, 2006-03-01
著者
井原 奉明 Tomoaki Ihara
出版者
昭和女子大学近代文化研究所
雑誌
学苑 = Gakuen (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
no.942, pp.26-44, 2019-04-01

This article is the second part of a series of research on the theme of subject in Wittgenstein’s early philosophy. The period is defined as his middle-period, which roughly lies between Tractatus and Philosophical Investigations. In this article the author deals with the first phase of his middle-period philosophy, which started in January 1929 and ended in April 1930. He must have accepted the criticisms to the Tractatus ontology from Sraffa, Ramsey and Schlick, and couldn’t but abandon the mutual independence of elementary propositions, which is the key concept of Tractatus. Then, he put a new focus upon immediate experience and language by introducing a novel notion of grammatical form and space instead of logical form and space. It seemed to him that the problems raised with the help of his friends would be solved in the new ontological framework, but he found out another problem right away. This article discusses why and how he changed his theory.
著者
井原 奉明
出版者
昭和女子大学
雑誌
學苑 (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.785, pp.A1-A9, 2006-03-01
著者
井原 奉明
出版者
昭和女子大学
雑誌
學苑 (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.882, pp.73-85, 2014-04-01

The author has two purposes in mind when he writes this paper. One is to clearly show the importance of capturing communication as social intercourse, which signifies a dialogue not within but between the communities, denying the idea of traditional view of communication as authentic "speaker-hearer" model. The other is to explicitly insist J.-P.Sartre's others are the same as what the author talks about in this paper. The others have asymmetric relation to me, do not share the communal code, and have the right to determine the meaning of what the speaker says.
著者
井原 奉明
出版者
昭和女子大学
雑誌
學苑 (ISSN:13480103)
巻号頁・発行日
vol.846, pp.17-27, 2011-04-01

Abstract In this paper, the author gives a detailed explanation to the concept of mono in Japanese language to clarify its essential significance. The notion covers so broad a conceptualized area; for instance, it means a particular thing, things in general, personal feeling, sacred things, the mysterious, the uncanny, the eerie and the unearthly, and so on. It seems there are such various meanings in the notion that it is difficult to see the abstract concept of mono, which should be highly comprehensive and essential. In the author's view, the hyper-categorial, abstract meaning can be made clear if we take the following two points into consideration; one is the diachronic notion of mono, and the other is the one within the phenomenological lived space of subjectivity. The abstract concept of mono is characterized as <dynamic mobility> and <otherness>, and the concept would have various meanings in the context of the phenomenological lived space, which is perceptually signified in the directions by the subject based upon the subject's body as center. When a Japanese speaker captures it in "front", it would mean an objective, definitely discreet thing. When they capture it in "back", it would signify a mysterious, horrible thing. "Side" is related to personal feeling/mood, and "above" is to the holy. The author also introduces other Japanese notions of omote, ura and kage, and clarifies why mono is captured as specific objective reality in "front", although its abstract concept is <dynamic mobility> and <otherness>.