Eastern Influences on Western Philosophy
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Yayıncı Edinburgh University Press ( 05 / 2003 ) ISBN 9780748617418 | İngilizce | Türler Genel Felsefe
The influence of East on West - of Eastern ideas on Western thought - has become an increasingly vexed issue since the 1970s. Opinion is divided between two main schools: those who believe that Oriential ideas have exercised a considerable influence on Western thought, and those who, for a variety of reasons, believe that such influence has remained negligable. In this reader, A.L. Macfie sugests that the reality lies somewhere between these two extremes, and that the interest taken by Western thinkers in Eastern thought in the modern period has moved from one of passing interest, through serious attention, to some level of assimiliation and acceptance. "Eastern Influences on Western Philosophy" explores the extent of Oriential influence on European thought, primarily during the Enlightenment and the 19th-century period of doubt and scepticism that followed it. As such it brings together a series of specific historical and textual studies of Oriental influence upon European thinkers. Starting with Malebranche and ending with Heidegger, other Western thinkers considered include: Leibniz; Voltaire; Hume; Hegel; Schopehnauer; Emerson; Thoreau; Nietzsche; Jung; and Buber.