Intercultural Philosophy

€ 30,49
Noch nicht erschienen
Januar 2000



The meeting of different cultures, philosophies and religions today calls for an intensive and qualified discourse on the part of all concerned. Intercultural Philosophy seeks to develop such a discourse through a new orientation of thought that will allow for a discussion of all philosophical problems from an intercultural perspective. Arguing that no conceptual or terminological system should be unnecessarily privileged, Mall perceives intercultural philosophy as a stance taken in order to prevent any particular form from assuming an absolute position. In this important work he develops a new concept of intercultural philosophy and applies it to various philosophical disciplines.


Part 1 Preface Part 2 Introduction Chapter 3 1
Intercultural Philosophy- A Conceptual Clarification
Chapter 4 2
Towards a Theory of an Analogous Hermeneutics
Chapter 5 3
Hermeneutics of the One under Different Names
Chapter 6 4
Intercultural Philosophy and Postmodernity
Chapter 7 5
An Intercultural Philosophy of Unity without Uniformity
Chapter 8 6
Two Metaphors of Time-Arrow and Cycle
Chapter 9 7
Metonymic Reflections on Shamkara's Concept of Brahman and Plato's Seventh Epistle
Chapter 10 8
The God of Phenomenology in Comparative Contrast to that of Philosophy and Theology
Chapter 11 9
The Concept of the Absolute- An Intercultural Perspective
Chapter 12 10
Europe in the Mirror of World Cultures- On the Myth of the Europeanisation of Humanity. A non-European Discovery of Europe Part 13 Bibliography Part 14 Index Part 15 About the Author


Intercultural philosophy is a new concept, and Mall is one of the first to give it a concrete context... Well-written, systematically expounded ... Intercultural Philosophy will be a most important book in the field. -- J. N. Mohanty, Temple University
EAN: 9780847692798
ISBN: 0847692795
Untertitel: 'Philosophy and the Global Context'. black & white illustrations. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: Rowman & Littlefield
Erscheinungsdatum: Januar 2000
Seitenanzahl: 168 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
Es gibt zu diesem Artikel noch keine Bewertungen.Kundenbewertung schreiben