The Philosophies of America Reader: From the Popol Voh to the Present ed. by Kim Díaz and Mathew A. Foust

Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 57 (3):406-408 (2022)
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The editors of this new collection are clear with their intention: "The Philosophies of America Reader aims to widen the scope of American philosophy beyond its traditionally traced borders". This actually undersells what they are doing, which is an effort to carve out a new space that could perhaps best be labelled "Philosophies of the Americas" and includes Latin American philosophy, Native American philosophy, African American philosophy, American Transcendentalism, Pragmatism and some Asian American philosophy. There are thus multiple potential audiences for this text: traditional "American philosophy" programs, pluralist programs looking for a text that speaks to the diverse peoples and traditions...



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