Intercultural Polylogues in Philosophy

Franz Martin Wimmer


Since this is a conference of philosophers about philosophy and mattersrelevant to philosophy, I shall not talk about intercultural dialogues in general,nor will I speak about dialogues in the fields of religion or culture (fields which have to be distinguished, by the way), dialogues betweenpoliticians, etc. My statement will try to concentrate on intercultural dialoguesin philosophy. This means, according to my understanding of "philosophy", that I have in mind essentially dialogues on ontological, on epistemological, or on normative questions.


20th century philosophy; philosophy; Wittgenstein Ludwig; culture; dialogue; globalisation; intercultural philosophy; polylogue

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