Being Humans : : Anthropological Universality and Particularity in Transdisciplinary Perspectives / / Neil Roughley.

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Superior document:Title is part of eBook package: De Gruyter DGBA Backlist Complete English Language 2000-2014 PART1
Place / Publishing House:Berlin ;, Boston : : De Gruyter, , [2013]
Year of Publication:2013
Edition:Reprint 2012
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Physical Description:1 online resource (435 p.)
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Other title:Frontmatter --
Preface --
Contents --
On Being Humans. An Introduction --
I Conceptualising the Human --
Anthropological Universality. On the Validity of Generalisations about Human Nature /
"World-Openness" and the Question of Anthropological Universalism. Comments on Justin Stagl's Paper /
A Reply to Neil Roughley /
Human Nature, Human Variety, Human Freedom /
A Cultural-Historical View of Human Nature /
Human Diversity and Human Nature. The Life and Times of a False Dichotomy /
II Contexts of the Human --
Encountering the Other through Grammar /
A Grammar of Human Life? Comments on Rom Harré's Paper /
A Reply to Thomas Luckmann /
Human Universals and their Implications /
Are Women Human? /
III Anthropology, Literature and the Aesthetic --
Redefining the Human. A Survey of Approaches to Literary Anthropology /
Approaching Literary Anthropology. Comments on Aleida Assmann's Paper /
A Reply to Gottfried Seebass /
Understanding Homer: Literature, History and Ideal Anthropology /
The Implications of Human Picture Making: The Articulation of Visual Space /
Universality and Cultural Particularity in Visual Aesthetics /
IV Humanity, Morality and Politics --
Learning to be Natural /
Emotion, Moral Value and Being Human. Comments on Ronald de Sousa's Paper /
A Reply to Wolfgang Friedlmeier /
Politics and the Unnatural Infirmity of Being Human /
Rationality, Autonomy and Basic Needs /
Hedgehogs, Foxes, and Persons: Resistance and Moral Creativity in East Germany and South India /
Afterword: "Human Nature". A Conceptual Matrix --
Bibliography --
Notes on Contributors
Format:Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
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Hierarchical level:Monograph
Statement of Responsibility: Neil Roughley.