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  1. Review. [REVIEW][author unknown] - 1966 - Heythrop Journal 7 (4):435-464.
    Old Testament Theology, Volume II, The Theology of Israel's Prophetic Traditions. By Gerhard von Rad. Translated by D. M. G. STALKER.The Discipline of the Cave. By J. N. Findlay, ph.d., f.b.a.Attention. By A. R. White.I Do Not Die. By Roger Troisfontaines, S.J. Translated by Francis E. Albert.The Faith of the Counsellors By Paul Halmos.Seventy Letters. By Simone Weil. Translated and arranged by Richard Rees.Doctrine and Argument in Indian Philosophy. By Ninian Smart.Samuel Beckett. By Nathan A. Scott.Secular Christianity. By Ronald Gregor (...)
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  • Alterity, Analectics, and the Challenges of Epistemic Decolonization.David Haekwon Kim - 2019 - Southern Journal of Philosophy 57 (S1):37-62.
    This essay explores some conceptual and diagnostic frameworks to advance epistemic decolonization in the US philosophical profession. A central focus is the distinction between those philosophies of formerly colonized peoples that are culturally alterior or, simply, alterior and those that are analectical in the Dusselian sense of emerging from a subordinated political position. The paper begins by reflecting upon connections between coloniality, the alterior, and the analectical to frame the discussion of epistemic decolonization in the philosophy profession. It then considers (...)
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  • The Ritual Methods of Comparative Philosophy.Leah Kalmanson - 2017 - Philosophy East and West 67 (2):399-418.
    Whoever writes in blood and aphorisms does not want to be read, but rather to be learned by heart.Here's what is necessary: one blow with a club, one scar; one slap on the face, a handful of blood. Your reading of what other people write should be just like this. Don't be lax!In several recent articles, Leigh Kathryn Jenco questions the use of Eurocentric methodologies in conducting cross-cultural research within and about Chinese traditions.3 As she says, "postcolonial and 'non-Western' societies (...)
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