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Intercultural Philosophy

New Aspects and Methods

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Friedrich G. Wallner, Florian Schmidsberger and Franz Martin Wimmer

This book is an anthology that focuses on topics of Intercultural Philosophy. Its main goal is to offer new impulses and important contributions to all discourses, discussions and researches on (other) cultures. The importance of Intercultural Philosophy seems to be obvious in a globalized world. Eleven authors participated in such a common research on cultural differences and peculiarities. Together they discuss four topics: concepts of a general approach of Intercultural Philosophy, the relationship of universalism and cultural differences, different methods, and certain cultural peculiarities. The contributions express that Intercultural Philosophy is not just a single question of philosophy. Instead it concerns philosophy in general, its possibilities, borders and main tasks.
Contents: Fritz G. Wallner: Intercultural Philosophy: The Viennese Program – Franz Martin Wimmer: Is Intercultural Philosophy a New Branch or a New Orientation in Philosophy? – Vincent Shen: Intercultural Philosophy. Mutual Waitui and Chinese Philosophy in the World of Globalization – Julián Pacho: Epistemological pluralism and trans-culturality : A contribution to intercultural epistemology – Niels Weidtmann: Interkulturalität als « A-Topos» der Philosophie: Jenseits der Alternative von Universalismus und Relativismus – Daniel Strauss: Between cultural relativity and logical inconsistency: an escape-route from relativism – Anthony Savari Raj : Interpreting Across Boundaries: Raimon Panikkar’s Diatopical Hermeneutics – Kambiz Badie/Maryam Tayefeh Mahmoudi: Creating Wisdom through Cultural Interactions - A Strangification-Driven Perspective – Fritz G. Wallner/Lan Fengli: Ontological ambiguity and methodological circularity: Qu-Xiang Bi-Lei – Lan Fengli: Metaphorizing: The Way to Bridge The Book of Changes and Chinese Medicine – Azelarabe Lahkim Bennani: Integration, Religion und kulturelle Gemeinschaften.