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Global Interculture: Cosmic Romance of Coexistence

Author Name : Kuang-Ming Wu and Chen Guo

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  • Publisher : Studium Press LLC, USA
  • Edition : 1st
  • ISBN 10 : 1-62699-113-8
  • Page no : 454 + x
  • Publication Year : 2019
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This book belongs to professor Kuang-Ming Wu's China-West interculture project. He has already shown China's unique world ncontribution as “Time Logic” in his earlier books. We continues to explore what Chinese philosophy and comparative philosophy could offer to the globalization and suggest that globalization globally gathers many cultures. Elucidating it makes survival of us all with\Mother Nature. Globalization kills all or thrives all; all depends on the sort of globalization we perform. We make seven proposals. One, interculture is not monoculture or cross-culture. Two, “culture” is the story of our mode of thinkingliving as the mode of existence itself. Three, there's a paradoxical relationship between cultures— many one's make many; “one” and “many” inter-depend. Four, the “subjectivity” of culture is hard to define—“A is A, as A is not not-A” describes the rationale of interculture. Five, China and the West are cited on their interculture in differences inter-involving. Six, nature-interculture brings nature-human interculture toward human interculture. Seven, these six points come on us daily, repeatedly, recursively, to crisscross into the network of cosmic music; it is an interpiping composition of interculture natural alive, nature-human, and all-human, all quite enjoyable. China is prominently displayed in all this, in our firm conviction that the more racial and cultural, the more global and intercultural.
Table of Content About the Authors -Abstract -Preface -Introduction: Interculture – Part I: Different Cultures Spontaneously Gather – ONE: Interculture Inter-Handles Frames – TWO: How Frames Differ – THREE: How We Inter-Handle Frames – FOUR: This Essay Urges Interculture – FIVE: Our Goal Is Not Monoculture but Interculture – Part II: Pondering on Interculture Coherent – Translation – Cultures Inter-Framing – Rehearsal of Interculture – Part III: Interculture Interdependent – Integrity of Each Culture in Interculture – Nature as Interculture – Pain – Music – Joy and Wonder of No Wonder –Existence and Meaning –Time as Interculture –Interest –History I –Death –Name Adjusting –History II –Time –Wonder of No Wonder –Universal –“Aware that” and “Conscious of” –Rhythm and Rhyme –History III –Retrospection –Subtle Polarity Quite Actual –I am Three Stories and Beyond Dawn, Time, Contradictions Alive –Chaos –Being Alive –Beauty and Simplicity –Part IV: Music Historic –Thinking –Feeling, Acting, Grammar –Music of Nature, Interculture –Children, Repetition, Music –Music-Thinking (through life’s dilemmas) –Sorrows, Joys, Achievement –Dance and Music –Death and Music –Music Systemizing –Part V: Interculture Dawning –Dawn the Moment –Dawn our Wonder –Part VI: Interculture Symphonic Body as Symphony –Interculture Alive –Existence Inter-Existing –Globalization and Interculture –World without end in New Beginnings –Translation in Globalization –Togetherness –Ubiquity –Changing Climate Change Conclusion –Subject Index
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Title Global Interculture: Cosmic Romance of Coexistence
Author's Name Kuang-Ming Wu and Chen Guo
Publisher Studium Press LLC, USA
Page No. 454 + x
Year Of Publication 2019
ISBN 10 1-62699-113-8
ISBN 13 No
Book size width -
book size(hei) -
Edition 1st
Book Size(len) No
Binding type Hard bound
About The Book This book belongs to professor Kuang-Ming Wu's China-West interculture project. He has already shown China's unique world-contribution as “Time Logic” in his earlier books. We continues to explore what Chinese philosophy and comparative philosophy could offer to the globalization and suggest that globalization globally gathers many cultures. Elucidating it makes survival of us all with Mother Nature. Globalization kills all or thrives all; all depends on the sort of globalization we perform. We make seven proposals. One, interculture is not monoculture or cross-culture. Two, “culture” is the story of our mode of thinking-living as the mode of existence itself. Three, there's a paradoxical relationship between cultures— many one's make many; “one” and “many” inter-depend. Four, the “subjectivity” of culture is hard to define—“A is A, as A is not not-A” describes the rationale of interculture. Five, China and the West are cited on their interculture in differences inter-involving. Six, nature-interculture brings nature-human interculture toward human interculture. Seven, these six points come on us daily, repeatedly, recursively, to crisscross into the network of cosmic music; it is an interpiping composition of interculture natural alive, nature-human, and all-human, all quite enjoyable. China is prominently displayed in all this, in our firm conviction that the more racial and cultural, the more global and intercultural.

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