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Sažetak For several decades now, philosophy has and is attempting various approaches to the foundation and scope of pluralism, multiculturalism/transculturalism, possible ways to accepting the different, and general means of mediation. In response, this article deals with the partially received work of Ernest Grassi – in particular, his singular interpretation of the history of modern age philosophy, his discussion on relations between philosophy and culture, his ongoing effort to bridge the differences and refer to each other the German and the Italian philosophy, his receptiveness to other cultures.
Ernesto Grassi supported the view that encounters with the strange and the different call for appropriate theoretical and practical responses, a receptiveness to genuineness of what one approaches as new. For him, the theoretical receptiveness to experiencing different worlds, the involvement in the different that he particularly expresses in his “South American meditations” is also the means of questioning the taking for granted of the European experience and its interpretation of essentials such as space, time, and art.
It remains a question to what extend is Grassi, who viewed a scientific exchange – with its individual, historical context and the interaction of the participants in the current conversational act – as a cognitive method, still an interesting conversationalist today. He builds this approach upon interpretation of reality from the point of language, which includes a criticism of metaphysics.