Seiichi Hatano (波多野 精一, Hatano Seiichi, 21 July 1877 – 17 January 1950) was a Japanese philosopher, best known for his work in the philosophy of religion dealing mostly with western religion and also western philosophical thoughts in theological aspects of Christianity. He opposed a positivist approach to religion, arguing that though rationality underpinned religious beliefs, it depended upon an autonomous form of experience to discover at least partial truth. He died in Tokyo at the age of seventy-three.

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  • سيتشي هاتانو (باليابانية: 波多野精一؛ بالكانا: はたの せいいち) هو فيلسوف ياباني، ولد في 21 يوليو 1877 في ماتسوموتو في اليابان، وتوفي في 17 يناير 1950 في طوكيو في اليابان. (ar)
  • Seiichi Hatano (波多野 精一, Hatano Seiichi, 21 July 1877 – 17 January 1950) was a Japanese philosopher, best known for his work in the philosophy of religion dealing mostly with western religion and also western philosophical thoughts in theological aspects of Christianity. Hatano was born in Matsumoto in Nagano Prefecture, and educated at Tokyo Imperial University, from which he graduated in 1899. He was very influential in stimulating the study in Japan of Western philosophy and religion, both through his teaching (he was the first to teach the history of Western philosophy at Tokyo Semmon Gakko, now Waseda University), and through his early writings. These included An Outline of the History of Western Philosophy (1897), The Origins of Christianity (1909), and A Study of Spinoza (1904–1905). The last of these was originally written in German and only translated into Japanese in 1910). It was reprinted after WW2. He opposed a positivist approach to religion, arguing that though rationality underpinned religious beliefs, it depended upon an autonomous form of experience to discover at least partial truth. He died in Tokyo at the age of seventy-three. (en)
  • Seiichi Hatano (波多野 精一, Hatano Seiichi), né le 21 juillet 1877, décédé le 17 janvier 1950, est un philosophe japonais, surtout connu pour ses travaux relatifs à la philosophie de la religion, traitant principalement des religions orientales mais aussi des pensées philosophiques occidentales dans les aspects théologiques du christianisme. (fr)
  • 波多野 精一(はたの せいいち、1877年7月21日 - 1950年1月17日)は、日本の哲学史家・宗教哲学者。玉川大学第2代学長。 西田幾多郎と並ぶ京都学派の立役者。早大での教え子には村岡典嗣、東大での教え子には石原謙、安倍能成、京大での教え子には田中美知太郎、小原国芳らがいる。また指導学生ではないが、波多野の京大での受講者で波多野から強い影響を受けたとされる人物に三木清がいる。 (ja)
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  • سيتشي هاتانو (باليابانية: 波多野精一؛ بالكانا: はたの せいいち) هو فيلسوف ياباني، ولد في 21 يوليو 1877 في ماتسوموتو في اليابان، وتوفي في 17 يناير 1950 في طوكيو في اليابان. (ar)
  • Seiichi Hatano (波多野 精一, Hatano Seiichi), né le 21 juillet 1877, décédé le 17 janvier 1950, est un philosophe japonais, surtout connu pour ses travaux relatifs à la philosophie de la religion, traitant principalement des religions orientales mais aussi des pensées philosophiques occidentales dans les aspects théologiques du christianisme. (fr)
  • 波多野 精一(はたの せいいち、1877年7月21日 - 1950年1月17日)は、日本の哲学史家・宗教哲学者。玉川大学第2代学長。 西田幾多郎と並ぶ京都学派の立役者。早大での教え子には村岡典嗣、東大での教え子には石原謙、安倍能成、京大での教え子には田中美知太郎、小原国芳らがいる。また指導学生ではないが、波多野の京大での受講者で波多野から強い影響を受けたとされる人物に三木清がいる。 (ja)
  • Seiichi Hatano (波多野 精一, Hatano Seiichi, 21 July 1877 – 17 January 1950) was a Japanese philosopher, best known for his work in the philosophy of religion dealing mostly with western religion and also western philosophical thoughts in theological aspects of Christianity. He opposed a positivist approach to religion, arguing that though rationality underpinned religious beliefs, it depended upon an autonomous form of experience to discover at least partial truth. He died in Tokyo at the age of seventy-three. (en)
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  • سيتشي هاتانو (ar)
  • Seiichi Hatano (en)
  • Seiichi Hatano (fr)
  • 波多野精一 (ja)
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