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  Hello, friends! My Name is HAMAUZU Shinji.

  I taught clinical philosophy and ethics at Graduate School of Letters in Osaka University as Professor for Graduate Program "Clinical philosophy " and Undergraduate Program "Ethics", and as Cocurrent Professor for Graduate Program "Medical Ethics and Research Governance" at Graduate School of Medicine in Oaka University. However, I was retired at the end of March 2018. At the present I stay as Emeritus & Visiting Professor in Osaka University.
  In education I was working with various themes from various interests, but in research I was specialized in the phenomenological philosophy, especially of Husserl. I've been engaged in the Husserl-Database, International research of Husserl's phenomenology, the Japan Society for Husserlian Studies, Applied Phenomenology and Intercultural Phenomenology. Since about ten years ago I've been engaged with collaborations on Nordic Caring, Phenomenology of Caring and Accompanying Dying Person, and now am engaged with collaborations on "Phenomenology of Vulnerability and Limitation based on collaboration with Nordic phenomenologists" and "Rethinking about communication with heavy disabled persons and persons with chronical pains", all of which we finished at the end of March 2019.
  Based on the idea of clinical philosophy of caring I was organizing a research circle of "Clinical Philosophy of Caring" in collaboration with caregivers (doctors, nurses, pharmacists, physiotherapists, occupational therapists and so on) and with "Circle thinking about well-living of patients"(Kobe), "Circle thinking about Caring"(Kyoto/Okayama) and "Karahori-Salon" and "Institut for Collaboration of Medicine and Care"(Osaka). However, I was retired also from these activities at the end of March 2019.

Although I stay as Visiting Professor at Osaka Universtiy in this academic year, I don't know when this website will be closed. I apologize for it in advance.

Started from: 1. April, 1996; Last Updated: 30. June, 2019; cpshama@let.osaka-u.ac.jp