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Kono Tetsuya

河野 哲也
Kono Tetsuya

Professor at Rikkyo University, Department of Education
3-34-1 Nishi-Ikebukuro, Toshima-Ku, Tokyo, 171-8501 Japan.

Tel. +81-3-3985-3569

Date of Birth : January 21 1963 at Tokyo, Japan.
mail : tetsuyakono@rikkyo.ac.jp


He received his Ph.D. in Philosophy from Keio University. His research interests lie in phenomenology, philosophy of mind, and theoretical psychology. He has also been conducting collaborative research on the education for children/persons with disability from the phenomenological perspective. He is also concerned in environmental philosophy, environmental ethics, and environmental aesthetics.

EDUCATION

1987-1993 Institute of Philosophy (doctor course), Keio University (Tokyo, Japan).

1990-1991 Institute supérieure de la philosopie, L’Université Catholique de Louvain
(Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgique).

1985-1987 Institute of Philosophy (master course), Keio University (Tokyo, Japan).

1981-1985 Department of Philosophy, Keio University (Tokyo, Japan).

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QUALIFICATIONS

1995 D.Lit. in Philosophy

1987 M.A. in Philosophy

1985 B.A. in Philosophy

ACADEMIC AND RELATED EXPERIENCE

2014 Aug -2015 March Visiting Scholar at University of North Texas, Center for Environmental Philosophy

2014 From April to July Visiting Scholar at Paris-Diderot, Centre de recherché sur les civilizations de l’Asie orientale (CRCAO)

2010 to present Visiting professor at the University of Tokyo, Department of History and Philosophy of Science (Tokyo).

2010 March Visiting professor at L’École des Hautes Études en Sciences Sociales (Paris, France).

2008 to present Professor at Rikkyo University, Department of Education (Tokyo).

2004-2008 Associate professor at Tamagawa University, Department of Human Sciences Tokyo.

1998-2004 Associate professor at Japan National Defense Academy, Department of Human Sciences (Kanagawa).

2002-2003 Research fellow at York University, Department of Philosophy (Toronto, Canada).

1997-1998 Lecturer at Japan National Defense Academy, Department of Human Sciences (Kanagawa).

GRANTS, FELLOWSHIPS, AND AWARDS

2000 Yamazaki Award for the Promotion of Human Sciences by the Yamazaki Foundation

1995-1997 Scholarship of Japan Society for the Promotion of Science 1990-1991 Bourse d'etudes du Gouvernement Belge.

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/AFFILIATIONS

Director of Philosophical Association of Japan Director of Philosophy of Science Society Japan Director of Phenomenological Association of Japan Director of La Société franco-japonais de la philosophie Councilor of Japan Association for Philosophy of Science