The ideological and cultural basis of modern western political system is the liberty and democracy thinking which originated from the ancient Greece and was perfected by the modern western bourgeois thinkers, then developed in modern western political thought of current.
Chapter IV points out that the contemporary West is undergoing is socialtransformation from modern society to the age of globalization, carrying out an analysis of the cultural mode of the industrial civilization and cultural mode of globalization culture.
The article argues that there are two main reasons for using "postdemocracy" as the adequate term for describing contemporary western societies.
The arguments in contemporary Western epistemology are concentrated on whether sensory experience has conceptual contents, and whether there is any logical relationship between perceptions and beliefs.
While exploring China's history of educational philosophy, this article also covers contemporary Western development.
A touchstone of dissent: Euroscepticism in contemporary Western European party systems
Health and welfare have emerged as key vehicles used to legitimize and position the identities that older people adopt in contemporary western societies.
MODERN WESTERN SCIENCE, THE STUDY OF RELIGION, AND ORIENTALISM AND RELIGION
From its beginnings in early modern Western Christianity, the system has spread haltingly and gradually to the rest of the world.
This article analyzes the development of that tendency in Wach's scholarship, paying special attention finally to his notion of the modern Western "emancipation of art" from religious influence.
The Power of the Impure: Transgression, Violence and Secrecy in Bengali ?ākta Tantra and Modern Western Magic
This paper evaluates claims that classical Ayurveda was scientific, in a modern western sense, and that the many religious and magical elements found in the texts were all either stale Vedic remnants or later brahminic impositions.