Culture and Dialogue

ISSNs: 2222-3282, 2468-3949

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  1. An African Perspective on the Nature of Mind: Reflections on Yoruba Contextual Dualism.Babalola Joseph Balogun & Richard Taye Oyelakin - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):102-128.
    The problem of the nature of mind has lingered for a long time. Generated by the question of whether the mind is an independently existing entity or merely an aspect of bodily events and processes, the problem of the nature of mind has divided Western philosophers into two opposing camps, namely dualism and physicalism. Contemporary discourse of the nature of minds, within the Western philosophical tradition, continues to privilege physicalism over dualism, because it avoids the theoretical impasse engendered by the (...)
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  2. Averroes and the Legacy of Dialogue.Catarina Belo - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):195-201.
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  3. Crossing the Bridge: A Cultural Experience.Gerald Cipriani - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):99-101.
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  4. Merleau-Ponty and Nishida: Artistic Expression as Motor-Perceptual Faith, written by Adam Loughnane.Robert Clarke - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):203-206.
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  5. Two Forms of Conditionality of Intercultural Understanding and Three Contemporary Responses.Timo Ennen - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):180-194.
    Building on a distinction between two kinds of skepticism recently worked out by the American philosopher James Conant, we can differentiate the question of how to overcome the gap between two cultural horizons in intercultural dialogue from the question of how there could even be such dialogue, irrespective of its method, success or failure. While the first question concerns practical conditionality, that is, something we as philosophers have to achieve, the second question concerns transcendental conditionality. After making this distinction clear, (...)
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  6. Ekphrastic Expression of Western Painting and Cultural In-Betweenness in Evliy' Çelebi’s Seyahatn'me (The Book of Travels).Nilay Kaya - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):143-157.
    Ekphrasis, a part of the ancient Greek and Roman rhetorical practices, is, in its most basic sense, the verbal expression of a visual object. Since the description of Achilles’ shield in Homer’s Iliad, ekphrasis has been a literary practice used for the portrayal of visual artworks through fiction and poetry, as well as in prose written in history, art criticism and travelogues. Ekphrasis is a convenient literary tool for analysing the author’s treatment of the object depicted. Ekphrastic studies enable the (...)
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  7. Landscape Painting in the Tang Dynasty: On “Changes” and the Historical Constitution of the Concept.Xiaomeng Ning - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):158-179.
    Focusing on the “bian” (changes) of Chinese landscape painting in the Tang Dynasty, this essay seeks to expound a breakthrough in the study of painting in the dynasty. Such a study was once difficult to carry out in the form of pictorial and stylistic analyses due to the lack of physical works. By showing that the prevailing landscape paintings of two representative painters Wu Daozi and Li Sixun were at the time most likely to be dominated by the sutra paintings (...)
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  8. A Curious Case of Cultural Encounter: The Appropriation of Kant’s Philosophy through Contemporary Neo-Confucianism.Weimin Shi - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (2):129-142.
    In this paper, Mou Zongsan’s (牟宗三, 1909–1995 CE) Kantian interpretation of Confucianism will be surveyed with a focus on Mou’s ideas of moral metaphysics and autonomy. After a brief account of the development of Confucianism up to the Song dynasty (960–1279 CE) and Ming dynasty (1368–1644 CE) (§1) and some initial attempts to articulate Confucian ideas in terms of Western philosophy (§2), Mou’s Kantian interpretation of Confucianism will be presented in §3 and criticized in §4. It is argued that Mou (...)
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    Culture and Dialogue: The Tenth Anniversary.Gerald Cipriani - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (1):1-4.
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    Words for War: New Poems from Ukraine, edited by Oksana Maksymchuk and Max Rosochinsky, translated by Polina Barskova et al.Robert Clarke - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (1):95-98.
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    Envisioning Multi-Cultural and Multi-Disciplinary Engagement: Lessons from the Twelve Wolf Encounter Pictures.Gereon Kopf - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (1):60-94.
    The past decades have seen an increase in theories envisioning multi-cultural encounters and analyzing the hidden and obvious power dynamics that govern them. This essay suggests an innovative approach to assess and negotiate these theories. It introduces a metapsychology, illustrated by original pictures and poems, to examine multi- cultural engagement, to negotiate the major representatives among the leading theoretical responses to diversity and globalism, to develop a heuristic model that interprets each theory in their own right, and to envision innovative (...)
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    What Is Nonviolence? A Dialogue with Ramchandra Gandhi, Saadat Hasan Manto, and Mahasweta Devi.Daniel Raveh - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (1):5-21.
    This paper is an attempt to make sense of the notion and ideal of nonviolence in these ultra-violent days. The paper is a dialogue with three “specialists” of violence, who nevertheless aspire to a different, brighter horizon: Ramchandra Gandhi, Saadat Hasan Manto and Mahasweta Devi. R. Gandhi is one of the most intriguing voices of twentieth-century Indian philosophy. Manto and Mahasweta are writers, the former known for his short partition stories in Urdu; the latter for her gut-wrenching literature in Bengali. (...)
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    De la critique de l’Orientalisme au nouvel Humanisme.Mohamed Turki - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (1):22-46.
    Résumé Juste avant sa mort précoce il y a près de vingt ans, Edward Saïd nous a légué en signe de testament l’un de ses derniers ouvrages Humanisme et démocratie dans lequel il a étalé sa vision du monde futur et montré l’impact que doit avoir l’humanisme sur la conception démocratique de la praxis politique. Son projet consiste en effet à réhabiliter l’humanisme pris déjà pour cible par le courant structuraliste antihumaniste au milieu du vingtième siècle et à le réintégrer (...)
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    Some Human Values of Ubuntu and an African Philosophical View of Self-Concept and Integration.Philip Ogo Ujomu - 2022 - Culture and Dialogue 10 (1):47-59.
    Defining the features of ubuntu in the context of African philosophy, is basically about the quest for a definitive means of culturally expressing what seems primal, unique, useful, and common to the Africans in relation to the world. Put simply, the quest to clarify the key features of ubuntu is to some extent a search for the African self-concept or identity for effective global interconnectedness of the races. This is to be done in a way that defines and sustains the (...)
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