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Indian

anityâ (impermanence)

atman

dharma (dhamma)

dhyâna

lokavidiya

prajñâ (wisdom)

sunyata (emptiness)

tathatâ (suchness)

vinaya

vinñâna: see “consciousness”

yôga

 

Japanese

ai

aida

amae

asobi

hongaku (awakening)

aware: see “mono no aware”

rekishikiteki shintai (historical body)

ittai shintai (existential body)

bunka vs. bunmei

mujunteki jiko dôitsu contradictory self-identity (Nishida)

(way)

eichi (intelligible)

eien ima (eternal now)

fûga

fûdo

giri

hongaku (original awakening)

hsin (shin, mind)

mujô (impermanence)

chokkan (intuition)

ji (the particular)

人格, jinkaku and kosei 個性 (personality)

jikaku,自覚) (self-perception)

kata

kaze

kenkyû (experience)

ki

kokoro

koto/mono distinction

kokutai

kûkan (empty space)

mind; see also shin

minzoku

mondo

mono: see “koto”

mono no aware

mu (non-being)

muchûsetsumu

mujô

jutsugo no ronri (predi­cative logic)

jûjitsu keiken

satori

shôji (life-death)

u (Being)

utsusu (mirroring)

wabi

yûgen

Yushinron (Idealism)

wako-yosai 

 

Arab

jihad (human endeavour, i.e., mortals’ attempt to comprehend the wisdom of the eternal divine Word}.

niqab,

hijab,

tass’il  (foundationalism)

Ijtihad اجتهاد (independent reasoning)

tazkiah تزكية (purification of the soul)

fallah فلاح (well-being)

turath تراث (heritage)

  

Russian

provintsia

chronotope (Bakhin)

pravitel'nitsa

 

General Asian

nothingness

 

Central Europe

Romanticism

freedom

Catholicism

Havel, Vaclav

Gombrowics, Witold

Kolakowski, Leszek

Warsaw-Lwow School