This monograph asks how Art becomes a medium of understanding within Interdisciplinary and Intercultural Dialogue.
Models of Intercultural Philosophy and Aesthetics are discussed. With the help of Linguistic Models and Philosophy of Language Fritsch-Oppermann tries to construct bridges between Buddhist Lyrics and Modern Lyrics influenced by Buddhism as well as Lyrics rooted in Christian Mysticism.
She finally asks what are possible terminological and methodological widenings in the concepts of time and space when taking as an example forms of Modern Dance Theatre as well as Minimal Music and Art influenced by Zen Buddhism and Japanese Culture.
What Intercultural Ethos does this possibly lead to in the end?
Sybille C. Fritsch-Oppermann teaches Intercultural Hermeneutics in Natural and Religious Science at Technical University Clausthal/Germany Her research focusses on relations between Religion, Art, Aesthetics and Philosophy.