Is Moonshadows Lunacy?: The Cowherds Respond

Philosophy East and West 66 (2):617-621 (2016)
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We thank Amy Donahue for her attention to our work, and we thank the editors of Philosophy East and West for an opportunity to reply. We confess that we were not sure whether to reply. On the one hand we believe that her critique is so misguided that it needs no reply; on the other hand, we were worried that others might take our silence as conceding her point. On reflection, we decided that the larger issue she raises is important enough to restate our position on it: cross-cultural philosophy demands respect for our interlocutors; respect demands serious philosophical engagement, not reflexive deference.We agree with Donahue that those who are trained in the current techniques of their discipline but use those..



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