Can Asians think? Is Western civilization universal? Does the West
promote human rights for altruistic reasons? These are some
questions Kishore Mahbubani has sought to answer in this volume of
essays written over the past decade. Contrary to the prevailing
view in the West that the 500-year dominance of Western
civilization points to it being the only universal civilization,
Can Asians Think? argues that other civilizations may yet make
equal contributions to the development and growth of mankind.
Hailed as an Asian Toynbee and the Max Weber of the new Confucian
ethic, Mahbubani continues to illuminate his central arguments with
new essays in this fourth edition.
Marshall Cavendish International (Asia) Pte Ltd
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||198 x 150 x 25mm (L x W x T)
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||4th Revised edition
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