CHINESE PHILOSOPHICAL RESOURCES FOR DEALING WITH THE CLASH OF CIVILIZATIONS
Keywords:culture diversity, the Belt and Road Initiative, Chinese philosophy, coexistence of civilization
Western philosophy emphasizes binary opposition, the dichotomy of subject and object, and the struggle of contradictions. It has formed a Western civilization that advocates science, conquers nature, individualism, and social pluralism. It has evolved into a civilization transmission method of military conquest. Chinese philosophy offers us a new perspective on cultural diversity.
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