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写真a

ストーン リチャード
ストーン リチャード
所属
国際学術院 国際教養学部
職名
講師(任期付)
学位
博士(文学) ( 2021年03月 北海道大学文学研究科 )

経歴

  • 2022年04月
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    継続中

    早稲田大学   国際教養学部   講師(任期付き)

  • 2021年08月
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    2022年03月

    北海道大学   新渡戸カレッジ(大学院コース)   特任助教

学歴

  • 2016年04月
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    2021年03月

    北海道大学   大学院文学研究科 博士後期課程   思想文化学専攻  

    哲学倫理学研究室(博士課程)

  • 2014年04月
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    2016年03月

    北海道大学   大学院文学研究科 修士課程   思想文化学専攻  

    哲学倫理学研究室(修士課程)

  • 2008年08月
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    2012年12月

    ネバダ大学ーリノ校  

委員歴

  • 2020年01月
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    継続中

    EJJP Editorial Committee (Book Review Editor)

所属学協会

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    Network on Naturalism, Modernity, and Civilization

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    European Network of Japanese Philosophy

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    西田哲学会

研究分野

  • 思想史 / 哲学、倫理学

研究キーワード

  • 西田哲学

  • 自己の哲学

  • 倫理学

  • 日本哲学

 

論文

  • The Politics of Pure Experience: Individual and State in An Inquiry into the Good

    Richard Stone

    Asian Studies   11 ( 3 ) 177 - 202  2023年09月  [査読有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

     概要を見る

    In this contribution, I shall attempt to clearly work out the political implications of Nishida Kitaro’s theory of pure experience in An Inquiry into the Good. This effort comes in response to the multitude of vastly different claims about the political meaning and dangers of Nishida’s early philosophy. Is it an implicit foundation for Japanese nationalism and the seeds of the controversial political philosophy he would work out later? Or is it a subtle attempt to critique the nationalist philosophy and educational policies surrounding Nishida while he was writing in the Meiji era? Or, perhaps most obviously, is this work unconnected with any and all political matters (including those that Nishida would face later on in his life)? In this paper, I shall argue that, although there is good reason to endorse any of these claims, ultimately a balanced assessment will find that Nishida’s early philosophy was indeed apolitical in nature, and that attempts to claim the contrary inevitably either go beyond textual evidence or miss key elements of his thought. Yet, as I shall further argue, being apolitical hardly means that Nishida’s work has no political consequences. Instead, for better or worse, the defining characteristic of Nishida’s early political philosophy is its capacity to allow readers to transcend such political issues.

    DOI

    Scopus

  • Pure experience revisited: A critical reassessment of Nishida Kitaro's radicalization of William James' empiricism

    Richard Stone, Andrea Altobrando

    The Philosophical Forum    2023年03月  [査読有り]

    DOI

    Scopus

  • Living in the Age of the Automatic Sweetheart: A Brief Survey on the Ethics of Sexual Robotics

    Richard Stone

    Journal of Applied Ethics and Philosophy   13 ( 1 ) 21 - 30  2022年04月  [査読有り]

  • Nishida Kitarō’s Two True Selves: Revisiting Self, Meaning, and Method in an Inquiry Into The Good

    Journal of Japanese Philosophy   8 ( 1 ) 47 - 71  2022年  [査読有り]

    DOI

  • 大西祝における個人と国家との関係の一考察―「良心」概念の分析を通して

    哲学年報   67 ( 1 ) 1 - 20  2021年11月  [招待有り]

    担当区分:筆頭著者

  • Self-Abandonment as Self-Realization

    Richard Stone

    The Realizations of the Self    2018年11月

  • Independence and Self-Realization: The Background of the Early Nishida’s Individualism”

    Richard Stone

    European Journal of Japanese Philosophy   3   31 - 56  2018年09月  [査読有り]

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書籍等出版物

  • The Origins of Modern Japanese Philosophy: Nishida Kitaro and the Meiji Period (Bloomsbury Studies in World Philosophies)

    Richard Stone

    Bloomsbury Academic  2024年06月 ISBN: 1350346799

    ASIN

  • The Realizations of the Self

    ( 担当: 共編者(共編著者))

    Palgrave MacMillan  2018年11月

講演・口頭発表等

  • The Origins of Modern Japanese Philosophy

    Richard Stone  [招待有り]

    Padova University Library Talk  

    発表年月: 2024年03月

    開催年月:
    2024年03月
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  • Herbert Spencer’s Agnosticism in the Meiji Period

    Richard Stone  [招待有り]

    Invited Lecture at Padova University  

    発表年月: 2024年03月

    開催年月:
    2024年03月
     
     
  • The Metaphysics of National Essence: Individual, State, and Environment in the Work of Miyake Setsurei

    Richard Stone

    International Conference on Japanese Philosophy: One, Many, and Other: Prospects for a Post-Pandemic, Post-Cold-War Polycentric World  

    発表年月: 2023年08月

    開催年月:
    2023年08月
     
     
  • Monsters and Metaphysics: Rethinking Philosophy’s Relation to the Supernatural with Inoue Enryo as a Guide

    Richard Stone

    (Workshop) Alternative Approaches to Phenomenology and Metaphysics  

    発表年月: 2023年02月

  • 大西祝における良心概念の再構築―道徳駅理想おは何か―

    リチャード・ストーン

    北海道大学哲学会・北海道哲学会共催研究発表会  

    発表年月: 2022年12月

  • 大西祝における個人と国家との関係―「良心」概念の分 析を通して」

    リチャード・ストーン

    北海道大学哲学会  

    発表年月: 2019年12月

  • Re-Evaluating the "Beginning" of Japanese Philosophy: Inoue Tetsujiro, Inoue Enryo, and Nishida Kitarō

    Richard Stone

    5th anuual conference for the European Network of Japanese Philosophy  

    発表年月: 2019年08月

  • The True Self and the I-novel: Re-reading an Inquiry into the Good in the Context of Early Modern Japanese Literature

    Richard Stone

    American Philosophical Association Eastern Conference (International Association for Japanese Philosophy Session)  

    発表年月: 2019年01月

  • Life-Problems: Individualism and Questions of the Meaning of Life in Meiji Japan

    Richard Stone

    First International Conference on Philosophy and Meaning in Life  

    発表年月: 2018年08月

  • 『善の研究』における個人の問題―明治時代における個人主義に関する議論の観点から―

    リチャード・ストーン

    北日本哲学研究会  

    発表年月: 2017年08月

  • Using My Body as a Tool and Being Used as a Tool

    Richard Stone

    International Conference: Self – Between Consciousness and Non-Existence, Sapporo  

    発表年月: 2017年05月

    開催年月:
    2017年05月
     
     
  • “Historical Embodied Action and the Emergence of the Self: Nishida’s Theory of the Historical Body

    Richard Stone

    International Conference on Japanese Philosophy: The Kyoto School and After  

    発表年月: 2016年10月

  • The Development of the Term Self-Awareness: Through the Lens of Tanabe’s Criticism of Nishida

    Richard Stone  [招待有り]

    西田哲学会年次大会  

    発表年月: 2015年07月

    開催年月:
    2015年07月
     
     
  • Self-Abandonment as Self-Realization

    Richard Stone

    International Conference: The Self and its Realizations  

    発表年月: 2015年05月

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Misc

  • (研究ノート)セックスロボットをめぐる倫理的問題 : 「表象の問題」と「治療としての可能性」を中心に

    リチャード・ストーン

    応用倫理   13   45 - 57  2022年06月  [査読有り]

    速報,短報,研究ノート等(学術雑誌)  

    DOI

  • TARB book review: Takeshi Morisato, Faith and Reason in Continental and Japanese Philosophy: Reading Tanabe Hajime and William Desmond

    Richard Stone

    Tokyo Academic Review of Books   12   1 - 1  2021年03月

    DOI

 

現在担当している科目

担当経験のある科目(授業)

  • Culture, Ethics, and Philosophy

    Waseda University Graduate School of International Culture and Communication Studies  

    2023年04月
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    継続中
     

  • Studies in Individualism

    早稲田大学  

    2022年10月
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    継続中
     

  • Modern Japanese Philosophical Thought

    早稲田大学  

    2022年10月
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    継続中
     

  • The Ethics of Environment and Technology

    早稲田大学  

    2022年04月
    -
    継続中
     

  • Freshman Seminar B

    早稲田大学  

    2022年04月
    -
    継続中
     

  • Ethics and Citizenship

    早稲田大学  

    2022年04月
    -
    継続中
     

  • Introduction to Ethics

    早稲田大学  

    2022年04月
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    継続中
     

  • 哲学

    浦河十字看護専門学校  

    2021年11月
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    2021年12月
     

  • 英語演習(上級):哲学思考法入門

    北海道大学  

    2021年04月
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    2021年07月
     

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社会貢献活動

  • An Introduction to Utilitarianism

    Waseda University Open Campus 

    2023年08月
     
     

  • なぜ私たちは道徳的に振舞わなくてはいけないのか? -倫理学の根本問題―

    帝塚山高等学校 

    2023年02月
     
     

特定課題制度(学内資金)

  • Robots Ethics from the perspective of Nishida Kitaro’s Philosophy – Toward the Construction of a Platform for Critically Assessing Contemporary Debates

    2023年  

     概要を見る

    Although most contemporary debates on the moral status ofartificial agents (e.g., social robots) start from the assumption that suchagents differ from humans in that they are unconscious and thus cannot hold anymoral standing, this starting point raises several key questions. Namely, whathappens when artificial agents advance to the point of being indistinguishablefrom allegedly conscious agents? Could social robots not “deceive” us intothinking that they are conscious in the same way we are? In the end, how can webe certain that other human-beings are “actually” conscious and are notdeceiving us in the same way?In response to these questions, the present research projectattempted to create a new basis for discussing issues about robot ethics by leaving behind stereotypical "Western" conceptions of selfhood as an internalized collection of mental states. In place of this classical understanding of the self, I have attempted to identify new hints about selfhood and otherness in modern Japanese philosophy, especially in the work of Nishida Kitaro. In opposition to classical views ofother minds as somehow existing entirely beyond our view of them, Nishida seemsto hint that we can have a “direct experience (直接経験)” or “pureexperience (純粋経験)” of the other's mind. While analyzing what this argument amounts to and how it could be applied to further debates, I gained two hints for rethinking the way we conceive of other minds (and especially 'non-conscious' robots):-In Nishida’s early philosophy, the distinction between Selfand Other seems to be a matter of context generated in consciousness (and notsomething fundamentally given). Rethinking how this context forms could be a key to rethinking the difference between conscious "persons" and artificial robots.-This analysis of how context forms in Nishida's "pure experience" could help support contemporary “relational”views of robot ethics, wherein the moral status of an agent is determined byits ability to relate and respond to interactions with other agents.These two findings can be expected to support furtherdialogue with scholars on a global scale as our contemporary society attemptsto reconcile traditional views of selfhood and moral status with rapidadvancements in artificial intelligence and robotics.

  • Conscience in the Meiji Period: Focusing on Onishi Hajime

    2022年  

     概要を見る

    In this research project, I aimed to provide a reconstruction of Onishi Hajime’s (大西祝, 1864-1901) notion of conscience (良心) and, in doing so, grant scholars both internationally and abroad a new foothold with which to consider the development of modern Japanese ethical thought. With the help of this funding, I was able to engage in precise textual research on Onishi’s thought and establish the three core elements that make up his thought as an amalgamation of (1) a Kantian notion of reason, (2) Relational Ontological Principles, and (3) Teleological Views of Evolution. The results of this investigation have been presented first at the Hokkaido Philosophy Association’s Bi-Annual Research Group under the title “A Reconstruction of Onishi Hajime’s Concept of Conscience: What is the Moral Ideal? (大西祝における良心概念の再構築―道徳的理想とは何か?).” Additionally, two scholarly articles are currently being prepared for submission to international journals.