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Authors

  • Jana S. Rošker University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts, Slovenia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2023.11.1.7-11

Keywords:

transcultural philosophy, postcomparative philosophy, Asia, Europe

Abstract

The present issue is the second part of the special double issue entitled Transcultural (Post)Comparative Philosophy and deals with more concrete examples or demonstrations of the theory presented in the first part. The articles in this issue contrastively analyse philosophers, theories, methods, and exchanges between Asian and European philosophical discourses. The subtitle of the volume is therefore Philosophical Dialogues between Asia and Europe: From Plotinus to Heidegger and Beyond.

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10. 01. 2023

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