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Anne Cheng

comparatism that is still in vogue today, especially as it has become a sort of academic guideline, and warrants the best of intentions to leave Eurocentrism behind us. However, such a comparatism still remains part of an Orientalist perspective, since it tends to treat Chinese thought like a museum piece

Martin Ovens

any other critique deemed appropriate. The origins, habits and motivations that energise Advaita/West comparison may be complex but insofar as they involve the relations of Śaṃkara to ancient and modern non-Indic philosophers, problems such as “Eurocentrism” linger, leading to further enquiries. Is

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David Riff

with all its variants of chauvinism. As for his purported Eurocentrism, it needs to be seen in the context of Russia as a ‘subaltern Empire’ on the margins of Europe, where the October Revolution offered a chance to take over and invert self-colonizing relations. One might read Lifshitz’s appropriation

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Andrew Milner

Edited by J.R. Burgmann

, the owl of Minerva tends to fly at dusk. The second, more obviously political in character, is that of Eurocentrism or occidentalism. Both Moretti and Wallerstein have been so accused. 35 Moretti’s own response is simply that: ‘Theories will never abolish inequality: they can only hope to explain it

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Luiz Renato Martins

Edited by Juan Grigera

Other Alex Potts

Translator Renato Rezende

Law of History In support of the notion that modern art is neither uniform or homogeneous nor simply Western, Craven refers to two recent and comprehensive interpretations of modernisation. These two interpretations take the peripheral standpoint decisively into account: Eurocentrism (1988) by Samir

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Luiz Renato Martins

Edited by Juan Grigera

Other Alex Potts

Translator Renato Rezende

Eurocentrism, as we shall see. Thinking the Centre from the Outside In this sense, the pretext of the Italian case serves well, because this art, more than any other, has been, for many centuries, at the centre of art’s historical process, as a paradigm, criterion or counterpoint for other histories and