- 表現学部紀要 = The bulletin of the Faculty of Representational Studies (ISSN:13463470)
- vol.18, pp.47-61, 2018-03-11
This essay is a part of my ongoing project, the "ontology of withdrawal". In this introductory section, this work begins with comparative interpretations of both philosophical projects by François Laruelle and Toshihiko Izutsu. Some basic but quite idiosyncratic concepts by Laruelle are clarified and explained: One-in-vision, One-in-One, non-philosophy, given-without-givenness,unilaterality, clone, dualysis, stranger-subject, and so on. Each conception is considered and re-examined from the perspective of non-religious philosophy by Izutsu. Rather than being contented with a mere demonstration of similar or compatible points in these two philosophical systems, this paper would like to make some interventions for the recent philosophical debates after the "so-called speculative turn" raised by Object-Oriented Ontology and Speculative Realism.