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In this lecture I will address problems encountered by Western scholars working in the field of Chinese philosophy. The lecture will begin with a discussion of cross-cultural and transcultural methods, and will highlight some of the most common problems encountered in traditional cross-cultural comparisons. On this basis, I will propose a new post-comparative approach. I propose the use of a new method, which I tentatively call sublation. The operation of this method will be demonstrated by a contrastive analysis of the “Flying arrow problem” as interpreted in Zeno of Elea and Hui Shi, respectively.