Time and Temporality in Intercultural Perspective
TIEMERSMA, D. and H.A.F. OOSTERLING (Eds.)
Amsterdam/Atlanta, GA, 1996, 187 pp.
- Preface. Heinz KIMMERLE: How can time become time (again)? How to repeat what never has been?
- Jan HOOGLAND: The necessity of intercultural philosophy.
- Jürgen HENGELBROCK: Some reflections on Aristotle’s notion of time in an intercultural perspective.
- Hari SHANKAR PRASAD: Time in Buddhism and Leibniz: an intercultural perspective.
- Ram Adhar MALL: Time-arrow within the bounds of cyclic time.
- Ulrich LIBBRECHT: Chinese concepts of time: yü-chou as space-time.
- Tomonaga TAIRAKO: Time and temporality from the Japanese perspective.
- Wim van BINSBERGEN: Time, space and history in African divination and board-games.
- Kwasi WIREDU: Time and African thought.
- Joshua N. KUDADJIE: Aspects of Ga and Dangme thought about time as contained in their proverbs.
- Yacouba KONATÉ: Minimal vibrations of an infinite time.
- Douwe TIEMERSMA: Organic time: a contribution to intercultural philosophy including african and indian ideas.
- Henk OOSTERLING: Post-face. Bibliographical note on the authors.
- Bibliography of the publications 1989-1995 of Heinz Kimmerle.