Self and Other in the Communicative Space of the Global World
The author presents the philosophical analysis of Self Other relationship in intercultural and interreligious communications in the globalizing world. Special attention is paid to the semantic clarification of the processes of alienation and simultaneous mutual influence, strangification in a dichotomous interaction of Self and Other, Self and many Others in the postmodern era. The author offers in religious communications a consideration of relationship Self and the Other, where the Other is God from a philosophical-anthropological standpoint, intercultural dialogue and pluralistic approach to understanding religion.
Intercultural and interreligious communications; Self/Other relationship; Self and God dichotomy; God as the Other; alienation; postmodernity; secularity; post-secular society; Patristics; philosophical anthropology; phenomenology