How Is Global Dialogue Possible? : Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought.Series: Process Thought SerPublisher: Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2014Copyright date: ©2014Description: 1 online resource (610 pages)Content type:
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Intro -- ï»¿Contents -- Acknowledgements -- Notes on contributors -- General Introduction -- Part I: Conditions of global dialogue -- Introduction to Part -- 1 Dialogue among civilizations: a brief review -- 2 Is planetary civilization possible? -- 3 Intercultural thought, Bildung, and the onto-dialogical perspective -- 4 Dialogue and epistemological humility -- 5 Dialogue and the processing of significance: cognition as orientation -- Part II: Value conflicts -- Introduction to Part II -- 6 Attachments and the moral psychology of value conflicts -- 7 Doing conflict research through a multi-method lens -- 8 How cultural contestation frames escalation and mitigation in cultural conflicts -- 9 Causing conflicts to continue -- 10 The human quest for peace, rights, and justice:convergence of the Traditional and the Modern -- Part III: Intercivilizational dialogue -- Introduction to Part III -- 11 The philosophy and politics of dialogue -- 12 Dialogue community as a promising path to global Justice -- 13 Tian xia: a model of international relations -- 14 Struggle for democracy and pluralism in the Islamic world -- 15 Religion and ideology -- Part IV: Interreligious dialogue -- Introduction to Part IV -- 16 Does the claim of absoluteness lead into interreligious conflicts? -- 17 Certainty and diversity: a systematic approach to interreligious learning -- 18 Buber and Levinas: on dialogue and the original encounter -- 19 Following two courses at the same time: on Chinese religious pluralism -- 20 Conflict and religion: secularity as standard for authentic religion -- Part V: Global dialogue in action -- Introduction to Part V -- 21 The ecology of languages and education in an intercultural perspective -- 22 Translation as a lesson in dialogue -- 23 Four meanings of climate change.
24 Standing on Mount Lu: how economics has come to dominate our view of culture and sustainability, and why it shouldnâ€™t -- 25 The Council of Research in Values and Philosophy:a brief review -- Afterthought: the problem of the Many -- Index of names -- Index of subjects.
This series features philosophical, interdisciplinary, and cross-disciplinary research on the analysis and application of dynamic categories.It presents cutting-edge research in process ontology and process metaphysics, but also interdisciplinary studies and cross-disciplinary collections on process-geared theories, covering a wide spectrum of disciplines.
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