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    Culture, Science, and Dialogue.Martin Ovens - 2016 - Culture and Dialogue 4 (1):3-24.
    How do we understand the sciences and discourses about them? Aspects of philosophical dialogue are highlighted and considered in ways that reveal distinct domains of enquiry relating to culture, science and mathematics. This analysis serves to contextualize the nature and content of the papers selected for the collection.
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  2. Owen Barfield in Contemporary Contexts: Exploring his Thought and Influence.Martin Ovens (ed.) - forthcoming
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    Resemblance, Resonance and Reconstitution: Some Remarks on Śaṃkara and Creative Skepsis.Martin Ovens - 2018 - Culture and Dialogue 6 (1):96-113.
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    Ambiguity, Diversity and an Ethics of Understanding.Martin Ovens - 2011 - Culture and Dialogue 1 (1):21-44.
    The world in the global age is characterized by a diversity of cultures, philosophies, religious traditions, and by a political landscape that increasingly features a multiplicity of powers or at least sides. Thus, an increasing amount of voices suggests the inevitability of multiculturalism, “intercultural philosophy,” religious dialogue, and political multilateralism. At the same time, however, the step from the fact of diversity to pluralism, that is the belief that diversity is a value, is frequently questioned. What is missing in this (...)
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  5. What is Comparative Philosophy?Martin Ovens (ed.) - forthcoming
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    Why Skeptics Paint, or Imagining “Skepoiesis”: Un-Knowing and Re-Knowing Aesthetics Martin Ovens.Martin Ovens - 2014 - Journal of Aesthetics and Phenomenology 1 (1):33-61.
    ABSTRACTTwo distinct domains of philosophic enquiry are selected in order to disclose the core dynamics and concerns of a particular mode of “aesthetic skepsis”. Aspects of philosophy of cosmology and philosophy of infinity are considered in ways that serve to discipline the diminution of “belief” and the cultivation of creativity. The journey begins with a skeptic ego that is phenomenologically “empty” but wedded to a rhetoric of “darkness and light.” The result is a skepsis that needs to recapture and reconfigure (...)
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