Workshop “Miki Kiyoshi: History and Imagination” (April 9, 2022)

Miki Kiyoshi was an extremely important figure in the philosophical environment of wartime Japan. Organized by Norihito Nakamura, Fernando Wirtz and the Everydayness Research Group’s research project, this workshop seeks to rethink Miki’s philosophy from a cross-disciplinary perspective.


April 9, 2022

10:00 Greetings

10:15-11:00 Kwak, Minseok (PhD Student): 「植民地朝鮮と三木清ー朴鍾鴻との関係を中心に」 [In Japanese]

11:00-11:45 Hirano, Akari (PhD Student): 「三木清と平泉澄の宗教概念について」 [In Japanese]

11:45-13:00 Break

13:00-13:45 Matsui, Nobuyuki: “Philosophy in Postwar Japanese from the Perspectives of Imagination, Action, and Topos: How did Nakamura Yūjirō succeed Miki Kiyoshi?“ [In English]

13:45-14:30 Lofts, Stephen: “Miki, Nakai, and Cassirer: Form-thinking (形の思考)” [In English]

14:30-14:45 Break

14:45-15:30 Coffee roundtable with short presentation by Fernando Wirtz [In English]


15:30-17:00 Osawa, Satoshi 「三木清の編集圏」 (Mod: Nakamura, Norihito) [In Japanese]

To participate please send a message to: japanesephilosophy((at))

More information: HERE