MIURA Hideharu

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Feb 4, 2011 at 00:00
 
Avatar
Name
MIURA Hideharu
Affiliation
Hirosaki University of Health and Welfare
Job title
Professor
Degree
(BLANK)(Toyo University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
1968
 - 
1975
Toyo University, Research Assistant
 
1975
 - 
1979
The School of Allied Medical Sciences, Hirosaki Univ., Lecturer
 
1979
 - 
1998
The Sch. Allied Med. Sci., Hirosaki Univ., Associate Professor
 
1998
 - 
2000
The Sch. Allied Med. Sci., Hirosaki Univ., Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1968
Graduate School, Division of Letters, Toyo University
 
 
 - 
1966
Faculty of Literature, Toyo University
 

Misc

 
HOMO CURANS-Das<Menschenbild>im Gedanken Heideggers und Scheler.
Bulletin of The School of Allied Medical Sciences, Hirosaki Univ.   3    1978
Die Humanit(]J1103[)t im Zeitalter "Heimatlosigkeit"-Betrachtung (]J1168[)ber Heidegges "Brief (]J1168[)ber den Humanismus"in Hinblick auf das Problem der "Euthanasie"-
Bulletin of The School of Allied Medical Sciences, Hirosaki Univ.   5    1980
On the 'Care of Nature'1. T. Watsuji's Idea in his Book, "H(]J1173[)do" : A Climate-A philosophical Study.
Bulletin of The School of Allied Medical Sciences, Hirosaki Univ.   10    1986
On the 'Care of Nanure'2. Affinity between T. Watsuji's "H(]J1173[)do"and M. Heidegger's "(]E88CE[)ber den Humanismus"
Bulletin of The School of Allied Medical Sciences, Hirosaki Univ.   11    1987
On the 'Care of Nature'3. The Ethics of Human Nature in the technological Period
Bulletin of the school of Allied Medical Sciences, Hirosaki Univ.   12    1988

Books etc

 
The Knowledge and The Logic(Commentary of Terminology)
1969   
Ecology on Dying
Kinkodo   1994   
Philosophy of Existence-On Life and Death-
1985   

Works

 
Inquiry about the views of the Bioethics by Japanese, especially Students studing at the medical, and allied medical schools.
1987

Research Grants & Projects

 
Study on "Sorge" in Heidegger's Philosophy.
Ethics and Economics in Health Care
Homo Curans : Humanics on Caring