Latin American Philosophy: An Introduction with Readings

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Susana Nuccetelli, Gary Seay
Prentice Hall, 2004 - History - 318 pages

This book offers the reflections of Latin American thinkers on the nature of philosophy, justice, human rights, cultural identity, and other issues that have faced them from the colonial period to the present day. Most of the essays are short and easy to read—making them accessible to readers with little or no philosophical background. This book presents readers with philosophical ideas about present-day controversies such as poverty, racism, the equality of women, and the distribution of wealth. For anyone interested Latin American philosophy and the development of philosophy in Latin America.

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