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The doctrine of 'sameness' surreptitiously privileges Western thought as universal.

Dear discussants, I here challenge Peter Dunlap’s perception of “differences”. I also object against the view that Jungian psychology is imbued with “individualism”. I am reading a book by Rajiv Malhotra (“Being Different: An Indian Challenge to Western Universalism”), very relevant to the present discussion. He shows how the West’s history-centrism drives it into claims...

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