It is argued here that the incommensurability between the two cultural/intellectual traditions continues to impede the effort of comparative philosophy. Consequently, comparative philosophy between two radically distinct culturallanguage communities is severely compromised. Rational comparison between them is problematic, difficult, and in some measure even seems unattainable.


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