Two Roads to Wisdom?
Chinese and Analytic Philosophical Traditions
Edited by Bo Mou
How are Chinese
philosophy and analytic philosophy—two very distinct
traditions—alike? In this volume, fifteen distinguished
scholars compare and contrast the methodologies, finding
areas in which each tradition can learn from, contribute to,
and complement the other—. All but two essays are
unpublished pieces written specifically for this volume.
Donald Davidson provides a foreword.
present book provides a welcome opportunity for those of us
steeped in Western philosophy to enlarge our appreciation of
how much we have in common with the Chinese philosophical
tradition, for it is this store of universal problems that
can give point and interest to our divergences."