Free to universalize or bound by culture? Multicultural and public philosophy

by Rasmus Gr√łnfeldt Winther The accelerating flow of people (e.g., migration, whether voluntary and benign, or caused by violence and desperation) and information (e.g., the Internet) makes multiculturalism increasingly relevant. We find ourselves exposed to an ever-broader variety of smells, languages, behaviors, and attire in our daily schedules. Some of us seem impervious to this … Continue reading Free to universalize or bound by culture? Multicultural and public philosophy

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