Interpreting across Boundaries: New Essays in Comparative Philosophy - Princeton Legacy Library 889 by Gerald James Larson
This volume is a "sophisticated" assessment of the comparative philosophy written by some eminent practitioners in this field. While its primary focus is on gaining systematic clarity with respect to…
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This volume is a "sophisticated" assessment of the comparativephilosophy written by some eminent practitioners in this field. While its primary focus is on gaining systematic clarity with respect to the comparative institution of cross-border translation, the book also contains new substantive articles on Indian, Chinese, Japanese and European thought.
The shareholders are Roger T. Ames, William Theodore de Barre, Wing Chit-Chan, Asa Qua, Elliott Deutsch, Charles Hartshorn, Dada Krishna, Gerald James Larson, Singako Maeda, Hajim Nakamura, Raimundo Panikar and Carl H.
Potter and Henry Rosemont Jr., Ben Ami Scharfstein, Ninian Smart, Fritz Stahl, and Frederick J. String.
Comparative or cross-cultural philosophy can be seen as one of the newcomers to philosophy. Has its precedents in the emergence of comparative studies in European intellectual history in the nineteenth century, as well as in the sequence of conferences of East and West philosophers at the University of Hawaii, which began in 1939. This book will prove to be of great importance in helping to define a field that is now only fully aware, Methodically and objectively, on his role and function in the larger institutions of philosophy and comparative studies.
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