Though the core dynamics of danjo kankei, or “male-female relations,” might be said to be universal to all people and times, the ways in which particular societies interpret and linguistically order these dynamics are, of course, quite different. -Josh Lander
Thanks, Josh.But how is that related to these two videos?
According to Miyoshi Masao in Tokyo Stories: A Literary Stroll, the most important of these critics— the “bearers of light,” as he calls them— are Karatani Kōjin 柄谷 行人 (1941- ), Ōda Makoto, Fujita Makoto, Fujita Shozo, Sakamoto Yoshikazu, and Katō Shuichi 加藤周一 (1919- ), whose video you've posted here.I look forward to learning more about these critics from your site.-Jarvis32
Jarvis32,Thanks for reminding me whose video I posted.
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