Intercultural Encounter in the Age of Hybridity: A Response to Eric S. Nelson

Intercultural Encounter in the Age of Hybridity: A Response to Eric S. Nelson Feizi (Cambridge, MA, and London: Harvard University Press, 2010), pp. 23–38. 7 – See Defoort, “‘Chinese Philosophy’ at European Universities,” pp. 1053–1065, comparing the History and Philosophy departments at KU Leuven, Belgium. 8 – For the situation in Europe from 2007 to 2014, see Ralph Weber, “On the Contemporary Study of ‘Chinese Philosophy’ in Europe,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 42, nos. 3–4 (2017): 371–396. 9 – For a critical view of the universality of the sciences, see, e.g., David Livingstone, Putting Science in Its Place: Geographies of Scientific Knowledge (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003). 10 – See Defoort and Ge, “The Legitimacy of ‘Chinese Philosophy,’ Part I,” pp. 3–4. 11 – See Defoort, “Is There Such a Thing as Chinese Philosophy?” pp. 406– 409; and Defoort, “Is ‘Chinese Philosophy’ a Proper Name?” pp. 638– 642—inspired by Rudi Visker. 12 – This claim has been attributed to Thomas Aquinas. Intercultural Encounter in the Age of Hybridity: A Response to Eric S. Nelson Mario Wenning Department of Philosophy, University of Macau mwenning@um.edu.mo In an age when the geopolitical dynamics are shifting from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the reception of Asian sources in Europe could be seen as primarily of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Philosophy East and West University of Hawai'I Press

Intercultural Encounter in the Age of Hybridity: A Response to Eric S. Nelson

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Feizi (Cambridge, MA, and London: Harvard University Press, 2010), pp. 23–38. 7 – See Defoort, “‘Chinese Philosophy’ at European Universities,” pp. 1053–1065, comparing the History and Philosophy departments at KU Leuven, Belgium. 8 – For the situation in Europe from 2007 to 2014, see Ralph Weber, “On the Contemporary Study of ‘Chinese Philosophy’ in Europe,” Journal of Chinese Philosophy 42, nos. 3–4 (2017): 371–396. 9 – For a critical view of the universality of the sciences, see, e.g., David Livingstone, Putting Science in Its Place: Geographies of Scientific Knowledge (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2003). 10 – See Defoort and Ge, “The Legitimacy of ‘Chinese Philosophy,’ Part I,” pp. 3–4. 11 – See Defoort, “Is There Such a Thing as Chinese Philosophy?” pp. 406– 409; and Defoort, “Is ‘Chinese Philosophy’ a Proper Name?” pp. 638– 642—inspired by Rudi Visker. 12 – This claim has been attributed to Thomas Aquinas. Intercultural Encounter in the Age of Hybridity: A Response to Eric S. Nelson Mario Wenning Department of Philosophy, University of Macau mwenning@um.edu.mo In an age when the geopolitical dynamics are shifting from the Atlantic to the Pacific, the reception of Asian sources in Europe could be seen as primarily of

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