Journal of Japanese Philosophy

Volume 6, 2020

Augustin Berque
Pages 23-43

In Search of a Transmodern Paradigm
Nature in Imanishi’s “Natural Science” and Fukuoka’s “Natural Farming”

A transmodern conception of nature is proposed, sublating (aufhebend) the Aristotelian logic of the identity of the subject and the Nishidian paleologic of the identity of the predicate, and discussing, as concrete examples, Imanishi’s theory of evolution and Fukuoka’s natural farming.