The End of Conceit: Western Rationality After Postcolonialism

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Abstract
West and non-West -- Western rationality and postcolonialism -- Rationality, theory and thinking -- The problem -- At home -- Abroad -- Identities -- Who are we? -- Who are the 'others' ? -- Why is the West more 'advanced'? -- Why is the non-West a 'threat'? -- Ideas -- Individual -- Society -- Freedom -- Faith -- Market -- Change -- Interpretations -- To think is to theorise -- To theorise is to explain -- To explain is to act -- To act is to think (again) -- Epilogue: Three questions -- Secularism -- Human rights -- Sovereignty.
Keywords International relations Philosophy  East and West  Postcolonialism
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