4 edition of Decolonizing epistemologies found in the catalog.
Proceedings of a colloquium, the 8th in a series of colloquia, held in 2008 at the Theological School of Drew University.Includes bibliographical references (p. -309) and index.
|Statement||Fordham University Press|
|Publishers||Fordham University Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||90|
|2||Transdisciplinary theological colloquia|
|Introduction: Freeing subjugated knowledge / Ada María Isasi-Díaz and Eduardo Mendieta Knowing reality. Decolonizing Western epistemology : building decolonial epistemologies / Walter Mignolo Mujerista discourse : a platform for Latinas subjugated knowledge / Ada María Isasi-Díaz Methodological notes toward a decolonial feminism / María Lugones An(other) invitation to epistemological humility : notes toward a self-critical approach to counter-knowledges / Otto Maduro Latina/o locus historicus. Anti-Latino racism / Linda Martín Alcoff The act of remembering : the reconstruction of U.S. Latina/o identities by U.S. Latina/o Muslims / Hjamil A. Martínez-Vázquez If it is not Catholic, is it popular Catholicism? : evil eye, espiritismo, and Santería : Latina/o religion within Latina/o theology / Michelle A. González Racism is not intellectual : interracial friendship, multicultural literature, and decolonizing epistemologies / Paula M.L. Moya Mapping Latina/o futures. Epistemology, ethics, and the time/space of decolonization : perspectives from the Caribbean and the Latina/o Americas / Nelson Maldonado-Torres Thinking bodies : the spirit of a Latina incarnational imagination / Mayra Rivera Rivera Decolonizing religion : pragmatism and Latina/o religious experience / Christopher Tirres The ethics of (not) knowing : take care of ethics and knowledge will come of its own accord / Eduardo Mendieta.|
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To make this concrete, de Sousa Santos sees modern knowledge and modern law as the two sites of abyssal thinking. In this case, it produces a shift of focus within critical theory.
This movement should explain how Enlightenment ideas accelerated global knowledge advancement. 1993 Culture and Imperialism Chatto and Windus, London.
The new face of America is now a reality.
While some Western thinkers within universities did indeed justify colonialism, the implication that all Western universities, and their epistemological foundations, can be characterized as colonial enablers of dispossession, oppression, and domination, Decolonizing epistemologies a radical oversimplification.
American Literary History Cary, NC; Oxford 18:2 : 312-321. That is, the effectiveness of science and reason have been so overwhelmingly successful, not least at creating technological tools that really were employed in the attempt to dominate the world, that they must somehow be intrinsically unfair.
However, Marx and Engels addressed a similar issue in their discussion of an ascendant bourgeoisie and its consciousness of its own interests aligned with human interests.
With a transdisciplinary approach, they engage anthropology, human geography, and philosophy. Specifically, we should look to the relations of colonialism, dispossession, appropriation, enslavement, and extraction that form a secondary part of its accounts of modern society. Specifically, they did address anti-Semitism and regarded it as an extreme form of racism.
Refusing to be rendered invisible by the dominant Decolonizing epistemologies, the contributors to this volume show the unexpected and original ways in which U. However, modernisation theory also sees tradition as gradually being superseded by modernity in all societies. An emphasis on the conquest of the Americas as the starting point of modernity, rather than the Enlightenment or the end of the 18th century as is more commonly accepted.
His pedagogy valued other perspectives because he implored his students to dispute bad ideas and to contribute their own. This is similar to what is proposed by the subaltern historians who uncovered the unauthorised and silenced histories of peasants and other subaltern people in the Indian subcontinent. This would, in turn, require a commitment to the collective projects of decolonization and reparations.
Bacon was completely anti-authoritarian; his epistemology was an explicit rejection of the knowledge deemed authoritative at his time. The very idea of progress seeks to ensure a necessary forward movement toward freedom, but this movement is based on the self-conscious denial of freedom to others by the very subjects claiming progress. In particular, I will be concerned with its Hegelian conception of history as the development of freedom and recognition. Chakrabarty, Dipesh 2000 Provincialising Europe: Postcolonial Thought and Historical Difference Princeton University Press Introduction and Chapter One Decolonizing epistemologies.
Making matters worse, this worldview is only ever communicated to us in reformulated perversions of our own concepts.
However, modernisation theory also sees tradition as gradually being superseded by modernity in all societies.
However, in doing so, it reveals that Frankfurt School critical theory has not previously engaged substantively with the histories of colonialism and enslavement.