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

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How Is Global Dialogue Possible? Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought. / Seibt, Johanna (Editor); Garsdal, Jesper (Editor).

Berlin : De Gruyter, 2015. 581 p. (Process Thought, Vol. 24).

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Seibt J, Garsdal J, ed. 2015. How Is Global Dialogue Possible? Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought. Berlin: De Gruyter. 581 p. (Process Thought, Vol. 24).

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Seibt, Johanna and Jesper Garsdal, ed. How Is Global Dialogue Possible? Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought Berlin: De Gruyter. 2015. (Process Thought, Vol. 24).

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Seibt J, (ed.), Garsdal J, (ed.). How Is Global Dialogue Possible? Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought. Berlin: De Gruyter, 2015. 581 p. (Process Thought, Vol. 24).

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Seibt, Johanna (Editor) ; Garsdal, Jesper (Editor). / How Is Global Dialogue Possible? Foundational Research on Values, Conflicts, and Intercultural Thought. Berlin : De Gruyter, 2015. 581 p. (Process Thought, Vol. 24).

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abstract = "Intercultural dialogue is often invoked in vague reference to a method thatcan 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 anddemonstrate the practical significance of intercultural value inquiry, combiningthe perspectives of philosophy, conflict research, religious studies, andeducation.Authors:Mar{\'i}a In{\'e}s Arrizabalaga; Reinhold Bernhardt; Fred Dallmayr; DanielDruckman; Douglas Fry; Jesper Garsdal; Silja Graupe; Mike Hulme; RaminJahanbegloo; Elsebet Jegstrup; Hans K{\"o}chler; Karyn Lai; Yoram Lubling;Christopher Mitchell; Timothy Reagan; Raffaele Rodogno; Marc Ross;Dorothee Schlenke; Johanna Seibt, Daryush Shayegan; Augustine Shutte; Genevi{\`e}ve Souillac; Zhihe Wang; Tingyang Zhao",
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