Aiming to become a part of transcultural discourses and debates, the author argues in this paper for the use of transcultural approaches overcoming the traditional ones in doing philosophy comparatively in the Southern Europe. Within this framework, new forms of cross-cultural philosophizing in the Mediterranean philosophy will arise in the triangle among the Western Balkans, Italy and Greece as a transcultural exchange of knowledge and ideas including more than twenty surrounding countries in the Mediterranean basin. In this regard, the author is trying to find a way for deepening and broadening transcultural approaches concerning the Southern Europe in general and the Balkans and Mediterranean Philosophy in particular, because of transcultural potential that philosophy in the Southern Europe has to gradually develop its possible transcultural connotations in the very near future.
"Doing Philosophy Comparatively in Southern Europe: Western, Mediterranean, Islamic and Other Perspectives in Engagement,"
Comparative Philosophy: Vol. 13:
2, Article 6.
Available at: https://scholarworks.sjsu.edu/comparativephilosophy/vol13/iss2/6