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The East-West Dichotomy: The Conceptual Contrast Between Eastern and Western Cultures

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Author: Fei Desi;
Language: English
Format: 2013-10
Page: 226
Publication Date: 11/2013
ISBN: 9787119085821
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The “East-West Dichotomy” is a philosophical concept of ancient origin which claims that the two cultural hemisphere, East and West, developed diametrically opposed, one from the particular to the universal and the other from the universal to the particular; the East is more inductive while the West is more deductive. Together they from an equilibrium.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1 History
Chapter 2 Induction and Deduction
Chapter 3 The Dichotomy with Asiacentrism
Chapter 4 Equilibrium
Chapter 5 Demography
Chapter 6 Migration
Chapter 7 Cultural Effects of the Dichotomy
Chapter 8 Two Successful Models
Chapter 9 Two Incommensurable Realities
Chapter 10 The Theory of Power and to Whom It Belongs
Chapter 11 The Problem of Standard
Chapter 12 A Loveless Darwinian Desert
Chapter 13 The Psychology of Communion
Chapter 14 Cultural Evolution
Chapter 15 A Copernican Revolution
Chapter 16 The Problem with Nature
Chapter 17 Truths and Values
Chapter 18 Ideology
Chapter 19 Gender
Chapter 20 The Dialectics of Dichotomy
Chapter 21 Problems with the Dichotomy
Chapter 22 The Future of the Dichotomy
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The East-West Dichotomy: The Conceptual Contrast Between Eastern and Western Cultures
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