عنوان مقاله [English]
The aim of this research is to study the nature of intercultural philosophy with a descriptive-analytical approach from the point of view of Ram Adhar Mall, who traveled to the West with an Indian background and founded the Association of Intercultural Philosophy in Germany. Culture, another culture, overlaps, truth, pluralism and tolerance, have developed an intercultural philosophy with an Eastern reading, which, of course, comes from an Indian Dharma as a fact and different names; But it has transcended its spatiality and tried to critique European centralism and inverted Eastern ethnocentrism, speaking of a white philosophy that is inherently devoid of a particular color, language, and race, and has diverse roots in a number of different cultures. Four-dimensional hermeneutics is depicted between Europeans and non-Europeans. Thus, intercultural philosophy is an attitude or moral commitment and leads to a way of life. It also differentiates them based on the common and overlapping structures of cultures and moves towards a polyphonic discourse in the world without absolute self-concept and tries to re-read Indian philosophy in the world discourse. It also seeks an intercultural society and world with unequal unity.