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Latinoamérica. Revista de estudios Latinoamericanos

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SALADINO GARCIA, Alberto. The liberationist praxis of Enrique Dussel: the conception of the indian. Latinoamérica [online]. 2010, n.51, pp. 141-157. ISSN 1665-8574.

Enrique Dussel is one of the forgers of the philosophy of liberation whose imprint is to deploy a radical anti-capitalist critique. Given that in his broad and rich work are several references to aboriginals in America, it seemed to me appropriate to systematize his thoughts on that matter. Two works so establish: his doctoral thesis in the decade of the sixties and other text in the decade of the nineties, which appeared with two different titles. In their approach are embroidered topics to build an explanation of the genesis of the problem of the indigenous people in Latin-America, their status as colonized and possibilities about the necessary improvement of that situation.

Palabras llave : Latin-America; Philosophy of Liberation; Indian; Praxis.

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