Chinese Philosophy, “Postcomparative” Approaches and Transcultural Studies: A Reply to Vytis Silius

  • Jana S. Rošker University of Ljubljana, Faculty of Arts
Keywords: Asian Studies, Vytis Silius, Diversifying Academic Philosophy, Chinese philosophy

Abstract

In the previous issue of Asian Studies (May 2020), Vytis Silius published a paper entitled Diversifying Academic Philosophy: The Post-Comparative Turn and Transculturalism, in which he dealt with some basic, significant and hitherto still unsolved questions regarding the so-called “post-comparative shift” in Chinese and intercultural philosophy.

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Published
2020-09-10
How to Cite
S. RoškerJ. (2020). Chinese Philosophy, “Postcomparative” Approaches and Transcultural Studies: A Reply to Vytis Silius. Asian Studies, 8(3), 305-316. https://doi.org/10.4312/as.2020.8.3.305-316