About the Speakers
Masahide Goto is Associate Professor at Saga National University (Saga, Japan). He has published many articles about Modern Jewish Thought and Classical German Philosophy. His publications include “Modern Judaism and Religious Tolerance, On the Paradoxical Phenomenon of ‘Exclusivism in Enlightenment’”, Journal of Study of Monotheistic Religions, no.3 (in English) and “Interpretation von Ungrund in der Kyoto-Schule”, Berliner Schelling Studien, Bd.5 (in German). He currently works on the Japanese translation of Moses Mendelssohn’s “Jerusalem”.
Takashi Sato is Professor in the Faculty of Humanities, Department of British and American Studies at Hokkai-Gakuen University. He has published works in the area of Modern German Jewish Thought & History, including "Study and Object: Some Preliminary Considerations on Jewish Studies" (2018). "The Light of German Jewish Thought" (2015), and "Franz Rosenzweig: The Birth of a New Thinking" (2010).