A philosophy magazine has been released as a Kindle edition from Japan to the world. This is a first Japanese philosophy magazine for general public, which young philosophers collaborated to write accessible articles especially to high school students.
As a special issue in latest vol. 5, the editorial team interviewed Japanese philosophers and science communicators about the confusion between science and life since Japan, which has the third highest number of nuclear power plants in the world, was hit by a Tsunami and earthquake in 11 March 2011.
The English edition for vol1, 2, and 5 are now available on the following Kindle stores in the world.
If you would like to know where the physical book stores are located in Japan to buy the paper version of Japanese Enjoyable Philosophy, please check the Japanese page, or contact us via email. [email protected]