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Menschsein- On Being Human

Deutsche und koreanische Studien zu Epistemologie, Anthropologie, Ethik und Politischer Philosophie- German and Korean Studies in Epistemology, Anthropology, Ethics and Political Philosophy

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Edited By Hong-Bin Lim and Georg Mohr

Die Beiträge in diesem Buch sind in transkultureller Perspektive Problemen der Epistemologie, der Anthropologie, der Ethik und der politischen Philosophie gewidmet. Unter dem Titel Menschsein – On Being Human diskutieren koreanische und deutsche Philosophen Themen der einen Welt: Universale und lokale Diskurse über Kultur und Transkulturalität im Zeitalter der Globalisierung, die Rolle der Religionen, öffentliche Rationalität, transkulturelle Gerechtigkeit und Universalität von Menschenrechten.
The contributions in this book are from a transcultural perspective and devoted to problems in epistemology, anthropology, ethics and political philosophy. Under the title Menschsein – On Being Human, Korean and German philosophers discuss topics to do with one world: universal and local discourses about culture and transculturality in the age of globalization, the role of religion, public rationality, transcultural justice, and the universality of human rights.

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393 Autorinnen und Autoren Choi, Jun-Ho, Professor of Philosophy and Humanities at Soon Chun Hyang University, Chungnam, Korea. His research interests are aesthetic experience in general and modern European aesthetics. E-mail: jhchoi@sch.ac.kr Frischmann, Bärbel, Prof. für Philosophie an der Universität Erfurt. Gastprofes- suren am Department of Philosophy der Korea University in Seoul (Winterse- mester 2004/05), Philosophisches Seminar der Universität Tübingen (Winterse- mester 2007/08). E-mail: baerbel.frischmann@uni-erfurt.de Hwang, Sul-Joong, Lecturer of Philosophy at Korea University, Seoul. His re- search interests are the history of western philosophy and the relation between scepticism and antiscepticism in modern philosophy. E-mail: hegelian@hanmail.net Kim, Chang-Rae, Professor of Department of Philosophy of Korea University in Seoul. Research Interests: Ontology, Anthropology, Hermeneutics. E-mail: kcrae@korea.ac.kr Kim, Hyoung-chan, Professor of Korean Philosophy at Korea University, Seoul. His research interests are the natural philosophical foundations of moral princi- ples and the relation between learning and practice in Confucianism. E-mail: kphil@korea.ac.kr. Lee, Seung-Hwan, Professor of Neo-Confucian Philosophy at Korea University, Seoul. His research interests are concerned with self-cultivation theory and ethics of disposition in neo-Confucianism. E-mail: Kulee@korea.ac.kr Lim, Hong-Bin, Professor of Philosophy at Korea University, Seoul. He has been published widely in the areas of practical philosophy and intercultural philoso- phy. E-mail: limhb@korea.ac.kr Mohr, Georg, Prof. für Philosophie an der Universität Bremen. 2004 Gastprofes- sor an der Université Paris 1 – Panthéon-Sorbonne, 2005 an den Facultés Catho- liques de Kinshasa (DR Kongo). Forschungsschwerpunkte: Praktische Philoso- phie, Musikphilosophie, Immanuel...

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