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    African and Chinese Philosophies Compared: A Dialogue Between East and South.Renate Schepen & Hans van Rappard - 2019 - Philosophy East and West 68 (4):1369-1379.
    Please note that this book review was written in August 2017, prior to The World Congress of Philosophy in Beijing In 2011 Africa and China in Dialogue: Philosophical South-East Dialogues from a Western Perspective by the German philosopher Heinz Kimmerle and the Dutch psychologist Hans van Rappard was published in Dutch, and was then followed in 2013 by a German translation by the first author. In this book, an appeal is made for establishing dialogues between philosophies from Africa and the (...)
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    Heinz Kimmerle’s Intercultural Philosophy and the Quest for Epistemic Justice.Renate Schepen & Anke Graness - 2020 - Journal for Transdisciplinary Research in Southern Africa 15 (1).
    Since the 1990s epistemic justice has been a central issue of post-colonial and feminist studies. But only during the last decade the term has become paradigmatic and new aspects of the issue have been addressed – particularly because of the works of De Sousa Santos and Fricker. One of the pioneers of an intercultural approach to philosophy is the German philosopher Heinz Kimmerle, who in the 1980s began to focus his research on African philosophies. Intercultural philosophy aimed for more epistemic (...)
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    Intercultural Philosophy and Education in a Global Society: Philosophical Divides Are Dotted Lines.Renate Schepen - 2017 - Ethics and Education 12 (1):95-104.
    This paper is concerned with ways to make our education system more inclusive, to stimulate a more tolerant and democratic attitude among students, and to equip them to deal with complex issues in our society. Trying to understand and master plural viewpoints is more effective than applying the mainstream western perspective to relate to a fast-globalizing, interactive world. In existing curricula, students and teachers are often confronted with underlying assumptions that can be traced back to the ubiquitous influence of the (...)
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    Zur Hermeneutik interkultureller Dialoge.Renate Schepen & Heinz Kimmerle - 2015 - In Jure Zovko, Dimitris Karydas & Sarah Schmidt (eds.), Begriff Und Interpretation Im Zeichen der Moderne. De Gruyter. pp. 197-212.
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