This article analyzes the important transition Nishida Kitarō made from his idea of pure experience to that of place by bringing into focus what Nishida called the spirit of Kantian criticism. I examine a number of texts that show how Nishida inherited and overcame Kant's legacy, which led him to develop the idea of the place of nothingness.


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