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    Format: 1 Online-Ressource (216 pages)
    ISBN: 9780271090320
    Series Statement: Penn State Series in Critical Theory 3
    Content: Frontmatter -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Chapter 1 Introduction -- Chapter 2 Are Many Modernities Possible? A South-South Dialogue -- Chapter 3 The Hegel of Coyoacán -- Chapter 4 Ideality and Intersubjectivity Dialectics and Analectics in a Philosophy of Liberation -- Chapter 5 The Upsurge of the Living Critical Ethics and the Materiality of the Community of Life -- Chapter 6 Ethics of Liberation and Discourse Ethics On Grounding the Material Principle of Life -- Chapter 7 On the Apophatic Urgency of Now A Future for the Philosophy of Liberation -- Chapter 8 An Introduction to Liberatory Decolonial Aesthetic Thought A South-South Path, from Indigenous and Popular Thought in América and from the Sense of Xu in Chinese Painting -- Chapter 9 The Ethics and Politics of Progress Dussel and the Frankfurt School -- Chapter 10 Epilogue -- Contributors -- Index
    Content: Enrique Dussel is Latin America’s foremost philosopher, renowned for his contributions to ethics, political philosophy, and liberation theology. Designed for classroom use, this collection of essays engages with Dussel’s encyclopedic work, making his valuable contributions accessible to English-speaking students.In addition to being one of the most original, prolific, and widely known members of the Latin American Philosophy of Liberation movement, Dussel has also made important contributions to world philosophy, the history of philosophy, the history of the Catholic Church in Latin America, and the understanding of Karl Marx. Dussel famously engaged in a decade-long debate with Karl-Otto Apel on the relationship between material and formal ethics—that is, between an ethics of the community of life and an ethics of the community of discourse—and he has produced novel interpretations and analyses of the concepts of alterity, exteriority, the other, and the world history of ethical systems. Most recently, Dussel extended his work on an ethics of liberation into a politics of liberation, developed over the course of three published volumes.In this book, scholars from around the world assess Dussel’s work in ways that are both appreciative and critical. Two essays by Dussel bookend the volume: the collection opens with a consideration of the (im)possibility of multiple modernities and ends with an autobiographical trajectory of the philosopher’s thinking.In addition to Dussel and the editors, the contributors to this volume include Linda Martín Alcoff, Don Thomas Deere, Oscar Guardiola-Rivera, Mario Sáenz Rovner, Alejandro A. Vallega, and Jorge Zúñiga M
    Note: Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web. , In English
    Additional Edition: ISBN 9780271089553
    Additional Edition: Erscheint auch als Druck-Ausgabe Decolonizing ethics University Park, Pennsylvania : The Pennsylvania State University Press, 2021 ISBN 9780271089553
    Language: English
    URL: Cover
    URL: Cover
    Author information: Allen, Amy 1970-
    Author information: Mendieta, Eduardo 1963-
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