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Tsuji Jun: Japanese Dadaist, Anarchist, Philosopher, Monk

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This is a collection of brief writings about Tsuji Jun, by Erana Jae Taylor. It includes a brief biography, background and context, and the relationship of his thinking to people like Nietzsche and Stirner.

The fertile interdisciplinary nature of Tsuji's interests is part of what makes him such a fascinating topic, and this breadth lends itself to any number of angles for
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Paperback, 102 pages
Published 2018 by Enemy Combatant Publications
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Great to finally read something (beyond a wiki article) about this weird and fascinating guy. The book is unfortunately dry--quite the feat when you consider how juicy the material is!--but with any luck this will provoke more and better translations and writings about Tsuji Jun and his circles.
Stephanie McGarrah
Oct 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Until I came across this little booklet I'd never heard of Tsuji Jun, even though I had read about some others who happened to be in his circle, he is, after all, he translated Max Stirner's The Ego and It's Own into Japanese and was heavily influenced by his egoist philosophy and Nietzsche's nihilism. Basically, I'm very interested in everything Tsuji Jun was, his life and relationships, as we have in some way crossed paths before.

The biggest issue I had with this book wasn't necessarily the
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