From American Empire to América Cósmica through Philosophy: Prospero's Reflection

Lanham: Lexington Books (2022)
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This book examines points of meaningful affinity as well as contention and misrecognition between philosophical traditions of the Americas. Using Rodó’s metaphors from The Tempest, it reflects on the perils and possibilities for Inter-American philosophy as an established historical fact, a form of propaganda, or as a legitimate aspiration.



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