The Hermeneutical Self and an Ethical Difference: Intercivilizational Engagement

Kobo ebook | July 18, 2012

byPaul S. Chung

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In response to the religious and spiritual transition experienced in our modern world, Chung creates a postcolonial framework for inter-religious exchange, focussing on issues of interpretation, moral deliberation and ethical praxis. He investigates the relationship between hermeneutical theory and ethics and produces a new theory for intercivilizational dialogue, studying theological-philosophical theory of interpretation, ethics, the experience of cultural hybridity and inter-civilisational alliance, set within multiple horizons and diverse contexts

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In response to the religious and spiritual transition experienced in our modern world, Chung creates a postcolonial framework for inter-religious exchange, focussing on issues of interpretation, moral deliberation and ethical praxis. He investigates the relationship between hermeneutical theory and ethics and produces a new theory for ...

Format:Kobo ebookPublished:July 18, 2012Publisher:James Clarke & CoLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0227901029

ISBN - 13:9780227901021

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