Migrating Texts and Traditions

Migrating Texts and Traditions

Edited by: William Sweet

364 Pages · 9.00x6.00 · December 15 2012

Paper ISBN: 9780776607078

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Migrating Texts and Traditions
Preface Introduction: What Does It Mean for Texts and Traditions to Migrate? - William Sweet Part I: From the West The Migration of Aristotelian Philosophy to China in the 17th Century - Vincent Shen The Reformulation of the Philoponean Proofs in Mediaeval Jewish Thought - Gyongyi Hegedus Putting Islam and ‘The West’ Together Again: The Philosophy of M. M. Sharif - Leslie Armour British Idealism as a Migrating Tradition - William Sweet The Migration of Ideas and Afrikaans Philosophy in South Africa - Pieter Duvenage Heidegger, Japanese Aesthetics, and the Idea of a ‘Dialogue’ between East and West - Chinatsu Kobayashi Hermeneutics and the Migration of Philosophical Traditions in East Asia - Cristal Huang Part II: From the East and the South Dārā Shukoh and the Transmission of the Upaniṣads to Islam - Jonardon Ganeri A Buddhist ‘good life’ Theory: Śāntideva’s Bodhicaryāvatāra - Linda E. Patrik Sharing Insights: Buddhism and Recent Aristotelian Ethics - Sheila Mason Process Concepts of Text, Practice, and No Self in Buddhism - Frank J. Hoffman On Being Enabled to Say What Is “Truly Real” - Peter J. McCormick The Philosophers of Al Andalus and European Modernity - David Lea Radhakrishnan and the Construction of Philosophical Dialogue across Cultural Traditions - Denys P. Leighton Part III: Theoretical Issues Philosophy-in-Place and Texts Out of Place - Bruce B. Janz Migrating Texts: A Hermeneutical Perspective - Kuan-Min Huang Text, Rationality, and Knowledge in Indian Philosophy - Eliot Deutsch Afterword: Migration: Explanation, Analysis, and Directions - William Sweet Index Contributors