Time and Temporality in Intercultural Perspective
Douwe Tiemersma, H. A. F. Oosterling, Henk Oosterling
Rodopi, 1996 - Philosophy - 188 pages
From the contents: The necessity of intercultural philosophy (Jan Hoogland).- Some reflections on Aristotle's notion of time in an intercultural perspective (Juergen Hengelbrock).- Time in Buddhism and Leibniz: an intercultural perspective (Hari Shankar Prasad).- Time and temporality from the Japanese perspective (Tomonaga Tairako).- Time and African thought (Kwasi Wiredu). (Barbara Arizti Martin).
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