James W. Heisig (born 1947) is a philosopher who specializes in the field of philosophy of religion. He has published several books, their topics ranging amongst the notion of God in Jungian psychology, the Kyoto School of Philosophy, and contemporary interreligious faith. He currently resides in Nagoya, Japan, where he continues to conduct research at the Nanzan Institute for Religion and Culture. He is also famed among students of the Japanese and Chinese languages for his Remembering the Kanji and Remembering the Hanzi series.
- Remembering the Kanji series (1977, 1987, 1994)
- Remembering the Kana
- Heisig, James and Timothy Richardson, Remembering Simplified Hanzi 1. University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu (2009). Also Remembering Traditional Hanzi 1. As of 2009[update], Volume 2 of each book is currently in preparation.
- Imago Dei: A Study of C. G. Jung's Psychology of Religion (Studies in Jungian thought) (1979)
- Philosophers of Nothingness: An Essay on the Kyoto School (Nanzan Library of Asian Religion and Culture) (2001)
- Heisig's profile page
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