Deep critiques of the western ideology of nature have been established (Smith, 1998) but this volume moves beyond these critiques and attempts to develop further understandings of nature that are not fixed within a western frame
but include perspectives such as Daoist and Buddhist practice.
The new dedicated facility will accommodate MBA and PhD students and key teaching staff on an elevated site located on the western frame
of the University s ceremonial forecourt.
Many Western observers who try to describe and prescribe business or management practices in China exhibit a strong tendency to assess the situation based on a Western frame
of reference while neglecting the political, economic, and social differences between China and their home countries.
182) that, he suggests, is indicative of a western frame
It is, he writes, a quality which in a western frame
would fall (awkwardly) into an aesthetic category, that is to say it generates a particular feeling-tone.
It reverses the dominant Western frame
of discussion, locating the most intimidating and destructive forms of terrorism in the Western states and their clients and in the needs of the global political economy dominated by the West.
College London, UK) notes, discussions of ethics and morality abstracted from specific cultural contexts often take for granted a Western frame