This article argues that Eastern and Western Cultures and Their Philosophies adopts an ambiguous attitude vis-à-vis the relation between tradition and modernity, incorporating both traditionalist and anti-traditionalist attitudes with an at-times reconciliatory approach to tradition and modernity. This ambiguity, it is argued, can be seen as representative of historical tensions the text set out to resolve.


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