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Seiichi Hatano
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- Mellissa Lake Co. Illinois
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- C
 Added: Feb. 20, 2006
 
REPOSE EN PAIX!
- quebecoise
 Added: Sep. 13, 2004
 
One of the leading philosophers of Japan during the first half of the 20th century, Seiichi Hatano had the following to say concerning self-cognition.
"Parallel to the cognition of the objective world, the subject also knows itself. As is stated above, objects are expressions of the subject and contain the factor of selfhood which is disclosed in them. The subject does not express itself except as object or in objects. This is the reason why the subject can know its own self. When the objects, that is, the expressions of the subject, become the symbols of the subject: that is, when the subject gets acquainted with its own self, and the hidden self or the center of the knowing act and the disclosed self or the known self are separated and opposed and, at the same time, maintain or realize their identity, the subject knows itself. . . ."
- Warrick L. Barrett
 Added: Sep. 6, 2004
 
One of the leading philosophers of Japan during the first half of this century, Seiichi Hatano, had the following to say concerning self-cognition.
"Parallel to the cognition of the objective world, the subject also knows itself. As is stated above, objects are expressions of the subject and contain the factor of selfhood which is disclosed in them. The subject does not express itself except as object or in objects. This is the reason why the subject can know its own self. When the objects, that is, the expressions of the subject, become the symbols of the subject: that is, when the subject gets acquainted with its own self, and the hidden self or the center of the knowing act and the disclosed self or the known self are separated and opposed and, at the same time, maintain or realize their identity, the subject knows itself. . . ."
- Warrick L. Barrett
 Added: Sep. 6, 2004
 

- Debbie
 Added: Feb. 8, 2004
 
Thank you for your work in education. To have made a difference in even one life makes all the difference.
- Sarah
 Added: Feb. 4, 2004
 
 

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