From European Philosophy to Philosophy of Europe

Glendinning, Simon
January 2006
Oxford Literary Review;2006, Vol. 28, p37
Academic Journal
An interview with professor Simon Glendinning is presented. When asked about the effect of domination of humanities at educational institutions, he mentions that humanities are dominated by American institutions remained unaffected by philosophy. When asked about writing or teaching philosophy, he refers to European phenomenology. When asked about his opinion on "US domination," he mentions that US domination has lead Europe on a new heading.


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