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245 00 Latin American and Latinx philosophy :|ba collaborative 
       introduction /|cedited by Robert Eli Sanchez, Jr. 
264  1 New York, NY ;|aMilton Park, Abingdon, Oxon :|bRoutledge, 
       an imprint of the Taylor & Francis Group,|c2020  
264  4 |c©2020 
300    xi, 277 pages ;|c23 cm 
336    text|btxt|2rdacontent 
337    unmediated|bn|2rdamedia 
338    volume|bnc|2rdacarrier 
504    Includes bibliographical references and index 
505 00 |tPhilosophy without Europe /|rJames Maffie -- "The Indian
       problem" : conquest and the Valladolid debate /|rAlejandro
       Santana --|tThe continental struggle for democracy : the 
       American wars of independence as experiments in justice /
       |rJose-Antonio Orosco --|tNation-building through 
       education : positivism and its transformations in Mexico /
       |rAlexander V. Stehn --|tThe philosophy of Mexican culture
       /|rRobert Eli Sanchez, Jr. --|tMexican existentialism /
       |rCarlos Alberto Sánchez --|tLiberation philosophy /
       |rGrant Silva --|tLatin American and Latinx feminisms /
       |rStephanie Rivera Berruz --|tIndigenism in Peru and 
       Bolivia /|rKim Díaz --|tLatinx philosophy and the ethics 
       of migration /|rJosé Jorge Mendoza --|tLatinx identity /
       |rAndrea J. Pitts --|tMetaphilosophy : defining Latin 
       American and Latinx philosophy /|rLori Gallegos de 
       Castillo, Francisco Gallegos 
520    Latin American and Latinx Philosophy: A Collaborative 
       Introduction is a beginner's guide to canonical texts in 
       Latin American and Latinx philosophy, providing the non-
       specialist with necessary historical and philosophical 
       context, and demonstrating their contemporary relevance. 
       It is written in jargon-free prose for students and 
       professors who are interested in the subject, but who 
       don't know where to begin. Each of the twelve chapters, 
       written by a leading scholar in the field, examines 
       influential texts that are readily available in English 
       and introduces the reader to a period, topic, movement, or
       school that taken together provide a broad overview of the
       history, nature, scope, and value of Latin American and 
       Latinx philosophy. Although this volume is primarily 
       intended for the reader without a background in the Latin 
       American and Latinx tradition, specialists will also 
       benefit from its many novelties, including an introduction
       to Aztec ethics; a critique of the Latino threat 
       narrative; the legacy of Latin American philosophy in the 
       Chicano movement; an overview of Mexican existentialism, 
       Liberation philosophy, and Latin American and Latinx 
       feminisms; a philosophical critique of indigenism; a study
       of Latinx contributions to the philosophy of immigration; 
       and an examination of the intersection of race and gender 
       in Latinx identity 
650  0 Philosophy, Latin American 
650  7 Philosophy, Latin American.|2fast|0(OCoLC)fst01061037 
650  7 PHILOSOPHY / General|2bisacsh 
700 1  Sanchez, Robert Eli,|cJr.,|eeditor 
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