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To the Western ontological question of being, his answer is a meontology of Absolute Nothingness.
For example, Nishida and others undertake a critical reception of Western ontology in order to develop an Eastern meontology or
“meontology”: a philosophy of non-being or Nothingness.
“meontology”; for, strictly speaking, the Greek meon, “non-being,” should be translated into Japanese as hi-u.