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Brian Bruya: Apply comparative philosophy on the contemporary issues

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    Eastern and Western philosophy have distinguished heritages and are both are valuable cultural assets. However, today's philosophical training in the West tends to neglect the value of Eastern philosophical approaches to contemporary issues. Dr. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. noticed this trend and suggests both eastern and western approaches need to be considered in order to attack contemporary social and moral issues. Professor Bruya lectured in two graduate seminars, "American Pragmatism" and "Comparative Moral Psychology," to share his insights on comparative philosophy in the National Taiwan University. He also shares his experience living in Taiwan. 








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