Meliorate Meliorism: A Review of Somaesthetics and the Philosophy of Culture: Projects in Japan (ed. Higuchi, S.)
Somaesthetics and the Philosophy of Culture: Projects in Japan serves as a guidebook on Japanese somaesthetics. It was edited by Satoshi Higuchi—a leading theorist and researcher of aesthetics in Japan—who introduced somaesthetics into the country. In this book, Higuchi describes the history of somaesthetics in Japan, its development (when and the circumstances under which it began and how it developed), and its current state. The book presents an overall picture of “Japanese somaesthetics.”
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