From the most prominent thinkers in Latin American philosophy, literature, politics, and social science comes a challenge to conventional theories of globalization. The contributors to this volume imagine a discourse in which revolution requires no temporalized march of progress or takeovers of state power but instead aims at local control and the material conditions for human dignity.
Mario SOenz is professor of philosophy and director of the Integral Honors Program at Le Moyne College. He is the author of The Identity of Liberation and Latin American Thought: Latin American Historicism and the Phenomenology of Leopoldo Zea (Lexington Books, 1999).
Chapter 1 Introduction: Periphery at the Core Part 2 The New Conditions of Inequality Chapter 3 No Longer Broad but Still Alien Is the World: The End of Modernity and the Transformation of Culture in the Times of Globalization Chapter 4 The Ethics of Globalization and the Golobalization of Ethics Chapter 5 Transnationalization, the State, and Political Power Part 6 Rethinking Identity Chapter 7 Globalization and the Borders of Latinity Chapter 8 Going Home: Tununa Mercado's En estado de memoria Chapter 9 Globalization, Philosophy, and Latin America Part 10 Alternative Visions of Globalization Chapter 11 Humanity and Globalization Chapter 12 A Global Democratic Order: A Normative Proposal Chapter 13 Latin American Feminism and the New Challenges of Globalization Part 14 Projects of Liberation and Social Transformation Chapter 15 Feminism and Globalization Processes in Latin America Chapter 16 Latin American Liberation Theology, Globalization, and Historical Projects: From Critique to Construction Chapter 17 An Alternative to Globalization: Theses for the Development of an Intercultural Philosophy