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Knowledge and alterity: towards a methodology of intercultural understanding.

Marina Vitkin

Knowledge and alterity: towards a methodology of intercultural understanding.

by Marina Vitkin

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Pagination218 leaves.
Number of Pages218
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Open LibraryOL19878696M
ISBN 100315926341

Nelson does not present a purely historical work; he also has the ambition of working toward an intercultural hermeneutics with critical intent. For example in Chapter 3, on the basis of the reconstruction of the confrontation between Nietzsche, Scheler and Confucius on the problem of resentment and ressentiment, Nelson further proposes the outline of a critical intercultural Confucian ethics. Teaching Intercultural Communicative Competence through the Four Skills coherence and cohesion in a spoken or written text). Pragmatic competence is essentially included in this model under sociolinguistic competence, which Canale and Swain ( 30) described as ‘sociocultural rules of use’. However, it was not until.

The primary analysis investigated the knowledge, beliefs and attitudes, and the sources of knowledge and beliefs, in Nigerian health workers (physicians, nurses and laboratory staff) across occupational categories, hospital setting and by age and gender. The sample included health care professionals from different fields and hospital by: Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.

Husserlian phenomenology provides Levinas with a version of subjectivity that opens up questions of meaning and relation; the phenomenological method that identifies an ego over-and-against, or ontologically separate from, the world focuses attention on how individuals engage in and with the world. Historical-hermeneutics is employed to survey and understand previous conceptions of alterity and the self’s relation to alterity in the history of philosophy/thought. Philosophical exposition is used to highlight the relational ontology of the self to alterity in Merleau-Ponty’s philosophy of reversibility and also highlight the increasing.


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