Certainly one of Japan's most famous intellectuals, Motoori Noringa (1730-1801) could be top recognized for his suggestion of mono no conscious, an in depth description of the workings of feelings because the precondition for the poetic act. this article includes translations of his significant works at the Yamato area.
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