By Nicole Note,R. Fornet-Betancourt,J. Estermann,Diederik AERTS
Globalization brings humans and cultures jointly, generating, as well as deep and wealthy encounters, exclusion, racism, xenophobia and asymmetries. the current publication takes those concerns implicitly as its start line through completely reflecting on them from a standpoint of worldviews, as one of the approaches.
More in particular, it specializes in people’s implicit and specific interpretations and assumptions of the area, of themselves and of others. usually deeply rooted and difficult to alter, they've got a major functionality, for with no them we'd regularly have to query what we do and what we expect. of their absolutist shape, those assumptions may possibly develop into a barrier for open-mindedness, and consequently for deep intercultural figuring out and alternate. we have to discover a stability among either stances.
Intercultural philosophy attempts to fulfil this position, at the one hand through evaluating varied cultures on a deep philosophical point, and that allows you to greater comprehend every one other’s center assumptions, and nevertheless by way of arguing for an intercultural philosophy grounded in particular instances. The contributions of this ebook conceive of "another attainable global" which doesn't condemn cultural and non secular variety as a detonator for "Clashes of Civilizations", yet relatively welcomes it as a resource of concept for all and of recognize for the "different".
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Worldviews and Cultures: Philosophical Reflections from an Intercultural Perspective: 10 (Einstein Meets Magritte: An Interdisciplinary Reflection on Science, Nature, Art, Human Action and Society) by Nicole Note,R. Fornet-Betancourt,J. Estermann,Diederik AERTS