Good points. Many westerners have made the fatal error of viewing non-Indo-European "entities" through a strictly Indo-European lens. Such a fatal error can only bring great misunderstandings and even greater divisions between realms of thought. Much of the west could learn greatly from the wisdoms in Chinese, Japanese, and other East Asian cultures, particularly in Zhuang Zhou's understanding of the dangers of discriminating knowledge, the impossibility of objective knowledge, and thus the necessity to not despair of knowledge, but to relinquish all naive conceptions of knowledge and "universal historicism"