Chinese Thought in a Multi

Reflecting on the clash of civilizations as its point of departure, this book is based on a series of sixteen of the authors interconnected, thematically focused lectures and calls for new perspectives to resist imperialistic homogeneity.
Situated within a neo-humanist context, the book applies interactive cognition from an Asian perspective within which China can be perceived as an essential other, making it highly relevant in the quest for global solutions to the many grave issues facing mankind today. The author critiques American, European, and Chinese points of view highlighting the significance of difference and the necessity of dialogue before ultimately, rethinking the nature of world literature and putting forward interactive cognition as a means of reconciliation between cultures. Chinese culture, as a frame of reference endowed with traditions of harmony without homogeneity, may help to alleviate global cultural confrontation and even reconstruct the understanding of human civilization.
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Authors: YUE Daiyun

Date: 2021

Upload Date: 12/9/2022 10:24:08 PM

Format: pdf

Pages: 214



Language: English

ISBN / ASIN: 1032410965


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