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Philosophy Emerging from Culture

July 27-29, 2008                                                                                        Seoul, Korea

 

Program for Panel Presentations

(2.00-6.30pm in three parallel sessions)

 

 

2.00-4.00pm Panel Presentations

 

 

Panel I.

The Lasting Philosophical Heritage of Modernity 

 

- Marcelo Dascal (Israel) “History of Philosophy: A Dialectical Approach”

 

 

 

 

- Leshkevich Tatiana Gennadievna (Russia) “About the new orientations  of the philosophy in global era

 

- Ivan Kaltchev (Bulgaria) “The Culture of Enmity Against Tolerance on the Balkans”

 

 

- Warayuth Sriwarakuel (Thailand) “Is Modernity Totally Rejected in the Global Era?”

 

Panel III:

Subjectivity as Complement of Objectivity in Philosophy

 

- Md. Sirajul Islam  (India) “The Challenges and Opportunities for Philosophy from the Global Interaction of Cultures and Civilizations”

 

- Pablo López López (Spain) Philosophy of Languages and Languages as Framework of Cultures and of Philosophies”

 

- Nizhnikov Sergey Anatolievich (Russia) “The unity of the spiritual cognition in different cultures of humankind”

 

- Ouyang Kang (China)The Fate and the Characteristics of Modernization in China --The Value Conflict and the Value Choice in Chinese Modernization in Global Age”

 

- Janis (John) Ozolins (Australia) “Culture and Global Versus Local Philosophy”

 

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Wonbin Park (Korea)

 “Is Subject Dead”

 

Penal V:

Philosophy Emerging from Culture: Theory

 

- Marin Aiftinca (Romania) “The Philosophy in the Context Culture’s  Autonomous  Values”

 

 

 

- Jean Bertrand Amougou (Cameroon)

A cultural deep-rootedness of philosophy”

 

 

- S.R.Bhatt (India) “Philosophy, Culture and Human Experience”

 

 

- Valery Goryunov  (Russia)

“The Nature of Culture and its Potential as a Philosophical Source: The emergence of philosophy from culture”

 

 

- Pazukhina Olga (Russia) “Culture as the only Source of Philosophy”

 

 

- Daniel Smith (Ethiopia) “Returning to Our Roots vs. Liberal Critiques of Civilizational Identities: The Emergence of Philosophies of Liberation from Culture”

 

 

 

4.00-4.30 Tea/Coffee Break


 

4.30-6.30pm Panel Presentations

 

Panel II:

Philosophical Limitations of Modernity for Human Progress

 

- E. Moutsopoulos (Greece)

“The Crisis o Values in the Contemporary World”

 

 

 

 

- Alois Agus Nugroho (Indonesia) “Destructing the wall of deconstructionism: Philosophy expanded to global horizons”

 

 

 

 

- Burhan Ssebayigga (Uganda)

“Afro-Islamic Polemic Against Modernity”

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

- Mostafa Younesie (Iran)  “Farabi Method Towards Aristotle”

 

 

 

 

 

- Dolidze Mamuka (Georgia)

“Personal freedom and Open Society"

 

- Serge Ivanov (Russia) “Problem of the universal concepts and myth about totalitarism”

 

Panel IV:

Values, Virtues and the Creation of Cultures

 

- Vasil Gluchman (Slovakia) “Natural and Moral (Cultural) Roots of Humanity”

 

 

 

- Marta Gluchmanova (Slovakia) Ethical education and the new awareness of values and virtues in modern civilization”

 

 

- Viorel Guliciuc and Emilia Guliciuc (Romania) “The Mediated Human Being in the Digital Era”

 

 

 

- Lin Ya-ping (Taiwan) “Feelings and Virtues”

 

 

 

 

- Chintamani Malviya (India) “Value, Culture and Social development”

 

- Olga Shipunova, and Alla Safonova (Russia) “The problem of the sacral semantics”

 

- Yu Cheng-Ling (Taiwan) “Ethics for Today: The Confucian Concept of Qing and Today’s Society”

 

Penal VI:

Philosophy Emerging from Culture: Applied

 

 

- Bongasu Tanla Kishani (Cameroon)

“The Interface of Being: Language in Philosophy”

 

 

 

- Maija Kule (Latvia)

“Three life-forms as a basis of different philosophical thinking”

 

 

 

- Patricia Nguyen (Taiwan) “« Philosophy Emerging from Culture » in a Blondelian perspective — the “Option” Implied in the Emergence of Philosophy from Culture”

 

- Abdul Rashid (Pakistan)

 "The Emergence of Philosophy of Tolerance from Culture of Dialogue: Religious Perspective"

 

- Yuann, Jeu-Jenq (Taiwan)

“A Realistic Interpretation of Culture”

 

Panel VII:

Philosophy Emerging from Islamic Cultures

 

 

- Rahat Achylova (Kyrgyzstan)

"Central Asian civilization during the new era of Globalization: philosophical approach"

 

- Sayyed Hassan Hussaini (Akhlaq) (Iran) “The Enlightenment Philosophy and Islamic peripatetic Philosophy”

 

- Rustem Kadyrzhanov (Kazakhstan) “Globalization and the Transformation of the Kazakh National Identity”

 

 

 

 

 

- Yasien Mohamed (South Africa) “Greek Philosophy in the Islamic Cultural Context with Reference to ‘Justice’”

 

 

- Serik Nurmuratov (Kazakhstan)

 “Basic values of the Kazakh philosophy”

 

- Abdumalik Nysanbaev (Kazakhstan) “Civilization, Traditions and Mentality of the Kazakhs”

 

- Pulat Shozimov (Tajikistan) “New Reading of Classical Texts on Islamic Philosophy in the Context Building of Civil Society in Modern Central Asia: Methodological Aspect”

 

 


 

 

July 29 Panel Presentations

 

 

2.00-4.00pm Panel Presentations

 

Panel VIII.

The Horizontal Broadening of Philosophy in Global Times

 

- John Abbarno (US) “Exporting Values”

 

 

 

- Silja Graupe (Germany) “Knowing Thyself” by Meeting the Other: A Dialogue on Economic Globalization In-Between the Cultures”

 

- Carlos Eduardo Maldonado (Colombia) “Philosophy Expanded To Global Horizons”

 

- Godabarisha Mishra (India) “Calling of the Trans-religious Philosophy of Liberation: Expanding the Horizons of Peace and Globalisation”

 

- Ogbo Ugwuanyi (Nigeria) “De-Culturing/De-Politicizing Philosophy: Towards a Re-Traditionalisation of Modernity”, “Truth as Equality in a World Cultured By Difference”

 

- Sesegma Zhimbeeva (Russia) “Understanding of Nature: The Corporative Approach” “Ethics of Surrounding Environment”

 

Panel X.

 The Philosophical Integration of Diversity in the Global Times

 

 

- Joseph Chemeka Achike Agbakoba (Nigeria)

 “Building Cultural Bridges in the Era of Globalization”

 

- Li Jianqun (China) “Dialogue and Communication--the Reality and the Future of Cultural Conflict”

 

 

- Plamen Makariev (Bulgaria) “Cultural Diversity and Philosophical Universalism

 

- Chaitany Pragya (India) “Anekanta: Philosophy of Co-existence Emerging from Jain Culture”

 

 

 

- Debika Saha (India) “Cultural Diversities – Towards a New Conception of Identity and Freedom in a Pluralistic Society”

 

Panel XII.

Philosophy Emerging from Cultures: South and Southeast Asia 

 

 

- Manny Dy (Philippine) “Doing Philosophy in the Philippine Context”

 

 

- Mahavir Raj Gelara (India) "Dynamics of Non-violence in an Emerging New World Order"


 

 

- B.M. Jain (India) “Rethinking Globalization of Culture: A Critique  from the  Anekanta Perspective" 

 

- Rolando M. Gripaldo (Philippine) “Philosophy and Culture: The Philippine Experience”

 

 

 

- Charitra Prajna (India) "Jain Culture in Search of a New Incentive for Emerging a New Philosophy"

 

 

 

- Mallika Rajaratnam (Sri Lanka) “'Know Thyself and Subjective Universality;East and West [with special reference to Upanishads and Buddhism and Socrates/Plato and Kant]”

 

 

 

4.00-4.30pm Tea/Coffee Break

 

4.30-6.30pm Panel Presentations

 

Panel IX.

The Vertical Extension of Philosophy in Global Times: Interiority and Transcendence

 

- Edward J. Alam (Lebanon)

 “Philosophy and Culture: The Role of Religion?”

 

 

 

 

- Chung-ying Cheng (US) “Philosophy of Humanity in a Post-Modern Age / World”

 

 

 

- Wilhelm Danca (Romania) “Religious Identity and Values in Contemporary Context”

 

- Anatolij F. Karas (Ukraine)

 "Freedom of Choice and Cultural Membership of Person in Discursive-Ethical Dimensions"

 

- Workineh Kelbessa (Ethiopia)

“Ethical Considerations and the HIV/AIDS Epidemic in Africa

 

- Anatoliy G. Kossichenko (Kazakhstan)

“Religious Essence of the Spiritual”

 

- Sivanandam Panneerselvam (India)

“A Creative Cultural Tradition of India

 

- L. P. Singh (India) “Philosophy, Culture and the Future Society”

 

Panel XI

Philosophy Emerging from Confucian Cultures 

 

 

- He Xirong (China)

“Going Deep Into Cultural Ground to Seek for a New Way: In Comparative Study of Chinese and Western Philosophy”

 

 

- Hoang Thi Tho (Vietnam) “Philosophy and Culture: Confucianism in Vietnam and the Development of the Concept of Nation”

 

 

- Liu Lihua (China)

“Our Incomparable and Valuable Heritage”

 

 

- Pham Van Duc (Vietnam)

Some reflection on Vietnam philosophy in the intercultural era"

 

 

- Pong Wen-berng (Taiwan):

"The Concept of Humanity in Contemporary Neo-Confucianism"

 

- Yang Chih-sheng (Taiwan)

“Hegel’s Critique on Chinese Philosophy”

 

- Yu Xuanmeng (China) “The Difference from the Very Beginning”

 

Panel XIII

Philosophy Emerging from African and Other Cultures

 

 

- Gordeev Anton (Russia) “Doctrine about compromise by Ivan Il’in”

 

 

 

 

- Umut Asanova (Kyrgyzstan)

 “Philosophy of Freedom and Responsibility Emerging From Traditional Culture of the Kyrgyz People”

 

- Maduabuchi Dukor (Nigeria)

"Philosophy and African Salvation”

 

- J. Obi Oguejiofor (Nigeria)

“The Cultural Origin of Contemporary African Philosophy”

 

 

- Gail M Presbey (US) “Wise Elders in Africa and the Tradition-Innovation Tensions within Philosophy and Culture”

 

- Herminie Soemitro (Indonesia)

Is Javanese Philosophy Philosophy?”

 

- Vasiliy Gritsenko (Russia) “Humanistic Traditions Russian Philosophy and the Present

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 

 

 

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