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Monika Kirloskar-Steinbach
VU University Amsterdam
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In the following thematic introduction, we seek to situate Confluence within the field of comparative philosophy and substantiate why we deem a new publication necessary. For this purpose, we reconstruct the salient stages in the development of comparative philosophy in Part I, and then proceed to expound the rationale underlying Confluence in Part II. Our reconstruction of these stages pursues an exploratory rather than a documentary approach.
Keywords comparative philosophy  cross-cultural philosophy  intercultural philosophy  philosophy in a global world  world philosophies
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