How Is Global Dialogue Possible?: Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought

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  • Johanna Seibt (Editor)
  • Jesper Garsdal
    Jesper GarsdalVIA University College, AarhusDenmark
Intercultural dialogue is often invoked in vague reference to a method that
can build cross-cultural understanding and facilitate global policy-making.
The 25 chapters of this book--written by leading specialists in the respective areas--clarify the theoretical foundations of intercultural dialogue and
demonstrate the practical significance of intercultural value inquiry, combining
the perspectives of philosophy, conflict research, religious studies, and
education.
Authors:
María Inés Arrizabalaga; Reinhold Bernhardt; Fred Dallmayr; Daniel
Druckman; Douglas Fry; Jesper Garsdal; Silja Graupe; Mike Hulme; Ramin
Jahanbegloo; Elsebet Jegstrup; Hans Köchler; Karyn Lai; Yoram Lubling;
Christopher Mitchell; Timothy Reagan; Raffaele Rodogno; Marc Ross;
Dorothee Schlenke; Johanna Seibt, Daryush Shayegan; Augustine Shutte; Geneviève Souillac; Zhihe Wang; Tingyang Zhao
Original languageEnglish
Place of publicationBerlin
PublisherWalter de Gruyter
Number of pages581
ISBN (Print)978-3-11-033552-1 , 9783110340792
ISBN (Electronic)9783110340785
StatePublished - 2015
SeriesProcess Thought
Volume24

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