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MITANI Naozumi

Academic OrganizationAcademic Assembly School of Humanities and Social Sciences Institute of ArtsTEL
Education and Research OrganizationFaculty of Arts "Philosophy and Art, Department of Arts"FAX
PositionAssociate ProfessorMail Addressnmitani[+atsign]
AddressFaculty of Arts, Shinshu-University, 3-1-1, Asahi, Matsumoto, Nagano, 390-8621Web site


Assigned Class
Graduate School of Humanities and Social Sciences
Research Field
Current Subject




Books, Articles, etc.
Beyond Monism and Pluralism: On Dōgen’s Pan-Self-Ist Turn of Metaphysics
Tetsugaku: International Journal of the Philosophical Association of Japan,Volume 4, Special Theme: Analytic Asian Philosophy:pp. 119-134 2020(May)
Author:Naozumi Mitani

Realism and Givenness—Wilfrid Sellars and the Heritage of American Philosophy
Shinshu Studies in Humanities,No. 7(Vol. 2):pp. 59-70 2020(Mar. 15)
Author:Naozumi Mitani

The World in Which Everything is the Self: The Philosophy of the Original Image and Pan-Self-Ism
Jay Garfield (ed.), "Wilfrid Sellars and Buddhist Philosophy: Freedom from Foundations", Routledge 2019
Author:Naozumi Mitani

On Sellarsian Realism
Proceedings of the XXIII World Congress of Philosophy,vol. 37 (Philosophical Traditions in North America):pp. 15-20 2018(Jun.)
Author:Naozumi Mitani

Picturing and Meta-Linguistic Expressivism
Contemporary and Applied Philosophy: Selected Papers of 2nd CCPEA 2016
Author:Naozumi Mitani

The Return of the Dad : On Millikan-Brandom debate about the legacy of Wilfrid Sellars
信州大学人文科学論集,2:31-41 2015(Mar. 15)
Author:Naozumi MItani

On the Depth Grammar of Being a Person: What happens when Sellarsian philosophers meet Fusion Philosophy?
Thursday Seminar 2016
Presenter:Naozumi Mitani

What do we do when we are engaged in comparative philosophy?"
University of Tsukuba 2015(Mar. 06)
Presenter:Naozumi Mitani

On the Philosophical Grammar of Perception: A Sellarsian Approach
The 1st International Workshop on Comparative Philosophy of Perception 2015
Presenter:Naozumi Mitani

Some Reflections on the Social Origin of Intentionality: A Sellarsian Perspective
Indiana University 2014(Sep. 13)
Presenter:Naozumi Mitani

The Return of the Dad: On Millikan-Brandom debate about the legacy of Wilfrid Sellars
Kyoto University 2014(Aug. 29)
Presenter:Naozumi MItani