|Translators||Yamamoto Seisaku, Robert Edgar Carter|
|Pages||381 (1996 SUNY edition)|
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Watsuji develops a communitarian ethics in terms of the "betweenness" (aidagara) of persons based on the Japanese notion of self as ningen, whose two characters reveal the double structure of personhood as both individual and social.
Ethics is considered the premier work of modern Japanese ethical theory.
- Odin 1999. p. 449.
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