Self and Socialization in East and West
A discussion regarding eastern and western philosophical thought.
# 88945 | 1,350 words | 7 sources | 2006 |
Published on Dec 01, 2006 in Anthropology (Asian) , Anthropology (Cultural) , Philosophy (Eastern) , Philosophy (Logic) , Philosophy (Ethics) , Anthropology (General) , Sociology (General) , Asian Studies (General) , Philosophy (General)
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This paper comparatively analyzes the construction of the self in terms of socialization in Eastern and Western cultures. The paper discusses how philosophical thought is a task that is complicated by the sheer diversity of theoretical and cultural templates in both cultures. The paper gives the example of that under the single rubric of Eastern thought, it is undeniable that Japanese conceptions of self and society as exemplified in Zen Buddhism differ dramatically from Chinese conceptions of self and society as represented for example in Chinese Daoism.
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