CLAUDE ROY AND THE ISSUE OF ALTERITY
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In 1953, and further, globalisation compelled Claude Roy to face the issue of alterity. At first he was caught into the quarrel between universalism and relativism, but later he put forth the anthropological approach. Relativist universalism? Pluriversalism? Are his ideas similar to those of the philosopher François Jullien (2016) or of the social anthropologist Alain Caillé (2017).
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