Differences in identity in global philosophy and religion

Re Manning, R and Flavel, S, eds. (2019) Differences in identity in global philosophy and religion. Bloomsbury, London. ISBN 9781350076501 (Forthcoming)

Abstract

Inspired by papers delivered at the 2016 Bath Spa Annual Colloquium for Global Philosophy and Religion, the volume develops a new interpretation of the role of difference in identity formation in global philosophy and religion as a corrective to dominant orientalist accounts. Differences in identity in global philosophy and religion explores the constitutive role alterity plays in identity formation in Western and Eastern traditions. Contributors examine the significance of difference in conceptions of identity across major philosophical and religious traditions in a global and comparative context, considering European, Ancient Greek, Egyptian, Japanese, Chinese and Islamic philosophies.

Item Type: Book
Divisions: College of Liberal Arts
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