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Michael Kemper

Pflitsch’s “reflections on civilization, modernity and authenticity between ­Europe, Russia and the Arab Near East” should probably best be read as an ­exploration of how Eurocentrism in cultural and literary studies can be challenged by replacing the concept of “emulating Europe” by that of

Harald Viersen

modern model that has proved so successful in the West.
 Perhaps the most interesting and dynamic part of the book is its fifth and final chapter, in which Al Ghouz reviews some critics of al-Jābirī’s writings. Among their points of critique are al-Jābirī’s Eurocentrism and his inveterate hostility to

, meint demgegenüber und führt das Beispiel auch weiter aus: „Eurocentrism may not be global, but it is a problem that needs to be confronted by any serious thinking about global destinies. These problems are to serious to be left in the hands of elites to whom Eurocentrism is an issue of identity in

Anouar Abdel-Malek

widespread feeling of disquiet in large parts of the core area-notably the Western world, still attuned to the privileges of historical surplus-value, and Eurocentrism. Yet, even so, the positivity of what is perceived solely as negativity must be given precedence, in as much as 'the future has not already

Manfred Sing and Miriam Younes

just the same. The Iraqi Communist ʿAlawī for example stated that it was not Euro-centrism, but the social conditions in Europe that produced Marx, “a philosopher with a prophet’s horizon” ( faylasūf bi-ufuq nabī ) who spoke for the proletarians, cared for the Orient and pleaded for world revolution

Jenseits von starren Grenzen

Eine theoretische und historische Neuperspektivierung der Assimilationsthematik

Andreas Kilcher and Urs Lindner

-Tine und Michael Mann, London, 2004. 55 Dipesh Chakrabarty, Provincialising Europe: Historical Thought and Postcolonial Difference , Princeton, 2000, S. 8. 56 Enrique Dussel, „Beyond Eurocentrism: The World System and the Limits of Modernity“, in: The Cultures of Globalization , hg. von Fredric Jameson

Christopher Houston

more from how it consis- tently shades its usage (p. 243). For Bozdo q an, the text’s preferred relational other against which Turkish nationalism arraigns itself is the ‘West’ or ‘orientalist-Eurocentrism’. In keeping with more general claims over the derivative nature of nationalist thought, Bozdo q

Nobuyoshi Fujinami

Eurocentrism inherent in international legal discourse by defending the positive role that Islam and Muslims had played in world legal history. 66 On the other hand, they eventually gave less space to Islam in their analysis of domestic law. They referred to Islam as one source of Ottoman constitutional law

Alexandre Caeiro

Union—The Stranger Within”, co-ordinated by the Cen- tre for the Study of Globalisation, Eurocentrism and Marginality (CGEM) at the University of Manchester. The European Institute of Human Sciences in Chateau-Chinon was the project partner in France. This study, which ran from 1997 to 1999, aimed at

Mark Batunsky

integrating the different races, cultures and religions within her borders. Russia's deeply ingrained Eurocentrism is noteworthy; this was the outcome of political and cultural bias during the pagan period. It separated the Russian people, with their society and their religion, from their enemies