CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES I, CULTURE AND VALUES, VOLUME 19

     

 

 

PHILOSOPHICAL CHALLENGES AND

OPPORTUNITIES OF GLOBALIZATION

 

Volume I

 

  

Volume II

 

 

edited by

Oliva Blanchette

Tomonobu Imamich

George F. McLean

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction 

PART I. ECONOMIC AND POLITICAL GLOBALIZATION

Chapter I. Globalization or Humanization: A Question of Priorities in Human Development

Oliva Blanchette

Chapter II. Old and New Globalization

Pablo Lopez Lopez

Chapter III. The Deconstruction of the Antilles

Fredrico Jose Alvarez

 

Chapter IV. African Cultural Identity in the Context of Globalization: Opportunities and Dangers

Chibueze C. Udeani

Chapter V. Globalization: Challenges and Opportunities

Gary Madison

Chapter VI. Violence and the Rising Tide of Globalization: A Teilhardian Perspective

Mervyn Fernando  

Chapter VII. Globalization: Opportunities and Challenges

Nguyen Trong Chuan

 

Part II. Cultural Globalization

 

Chapter VIII. Contraries and Compatibilities in the Time of the Cultural Globalization

Tomonobu Imamich

Chapter IX. Construction of a Meaningful World in I Ching

Vincent Shen

Chapter X. Traditional Cultural and Modernization

R. Balasubramamian

Chapter XI. The Aesthetic Dimension of Science

Jean Ladrière

Chapter XII. Reconstruction of the Subject in View of Contemporary Globalization

Ghislaine Florival

Chapter XIII. Art and Its Suggestion to Man's Creative Potential

Nguyen Van Huyen

Chapter XIV. From Global Interests to Cultural Values

A.T. Dalfovo

Chapter XV. Creation of New Philosophy in the Age of the Global Village

Kirti Buchua

 

PART III. GLOBALIZATION AND METAPHYSICS, ETHICS AND RELIGION

 

Chapter XVI. Religion and Social Harmony

Margaret Chatterjee

Chapter XVII. The Promethean Man Eastward or Westward?

Mihaela Pop

Chapter XVIII. On the History, Theoretical difficulties and Prospects of Subjectivity in Western Theory

Duan Dezhi

Chapter XIX. Maritain's Concept of Integral Humanism

Tran Van Doan

Chapter XX. The Problem of Sovereignty in International Relations

Errol E. Harris

Chapter XXI. Identity and Globalization: The Metaphysical Question for the 21st Century

H. Daniel Dei

Chapter XXII. Two Models of Trinity -- French Post-Structuralist versus the Historical Critical: Argued in the Form of a Dialogue

R. Magliola

Chapter XXIII. Globalization, Philosophy and the Model of Ecumenism

William Sweet

Chapter XXIV. Globalization as Diversity in Unity

George F. McLean

 



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