History and Repetition (Weatherhead Books on Asia)

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9780231157292: History and Repetition (Weatherhead Books on Asia)
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[The essays] are not for beginners, but will intrigue, challenge, and inform students of modern Japanese intellectual history and cultural studies,.. Highly recommeded. Choice June 2012 Karatani's intelligence is prodigious... His penetrating grasp of this world makes trenchant his concerns and makes them worthy of serious attention by all who think that modernity--as well as Japan's confrontation with and existence in it--deserves profound consideration. Journal of Asian Studies Vol 73, No 2

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[the essays] are not for beginners, but will intrigue, challenge, and inform students of modern Japanese intellectual history and cultural studies,..highly recommeded. Choice June 2012

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