Nishitani Keiji on relationship between science and religion

In this article, we have tried to study the relationship between science and religion from the point of view of one of the prominent Japanese philosophers of the Kyoto school, Nishitani Keiji. He was one of the disciples of Nishida Kitaro, the founder of the Kyoto School. He was impressed by Nietzsche's critical thinking of western culture by addressing the problem of the relationship between science and religion in terms of Nietzsche's nihilism problem in his philosophy. He believes that the only way to overcome nihilism is to link these two areas existentially together, to cure the disproportionate human issue today. Under the influence of Heidegger's Existentialism, he has an existentialist approach to the problem of the relationship between science and religion. According to him, the issue of nihilism and sunyata is both existential and historical issues that everyone faces at first. In this paper, we will try first to plot the nihilism in his thought and to show the position of this concept, to show the relationship between science and religion to show how this relationship is tied to this concept.

Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Journal of Research in Religion and Science, Volume:10 Issue:1, 2019
21 - 36  
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