This book is a breakthrough in illuminating humanism. For the
first time it is presented from an intercultural perspective. It
introduces Chinese, Indian, African, Islamic, and Western
traditions into the intercultural discussion about basic issues of
understanding the human world. This means it recognizes different
disciplinary perspectives: history, philosophy as well as
religious, literary and gender studies. Special emphasis is put on
the controversial relationship between humanism and religion. This
complex network of argumentations is an answer to the challenge of
cultural orientation in the age of globalization. Humanism is then
brought to life as a synthesis of trans-cultural values and a
mutual and critical recognition of cultural differences.
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