The Methodological Way out for Contemporary Philosophical Difficulty

Han Cai-ying


Today’s philosophy is not so self-consistent, the difficulty of which actually lies as follows: in the ontological presupposition the domain of its discourse is shrinking, in its theoretical construction it tends to be self-proclaimed, and in its reason construction it shows the tendency of one-sided concern. Philosophical reasons are differentiated and have collapsed. Philosophical reasons of this kind are problematic. They should be reconstructed as a whole. By putting the theoretical orientation of philosophy to such a way that the structural and the historical approaches integrate with each other, we can reconstruct philosophy as a holistic wisdom. This integration is such an approach that reconstructs human cultural reasons as a whole. It is both broad and dialectical. So it is necessary for us to establish an academic mechanism regarding such a wisdom form of the scope of the cultural existence of man, for philosophy is self-consistent only when it can effectively dissolve the notional conflicts between various culture forms of human beings and when it can promote the comprehension and harmony between cultures.

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International Journal of Social Science Studies   ISSN 2324-8033 (Print)   ISSN 2324-8041 (Online)

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