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TABLE OF CONTENTS Acknowledgements Introduction: Epistemic Hubris and Dialogical Cosmopolitanism I. Globalizations 1. Philosophizing about Globalization 2. Invisible Cities: Phenomenology of Globalization from Below II. Latinamericanisms 3. From Modernity, through Postmodernity, to Globalization: Mapping Latin America 4. Re-mapping Latin American Studies 5. The Emperor¿s Map: Latin-American Critiques of Globalism III. Critical Theory 6. Beyond Universal History: Enrique Dussel's Critique of Globalization 7. Politics in an Age of Planetarization: Enrique Dussel's Critique of Political Reason 8. The Linguistification of the Sacred as a Catalyst of Modernity: Jürgen Habermas on Religion 9. Which Pragmatism? Whose America? On Cornel West
Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:
Globalization -- Philosophy.
Globalization -- Social aspects -- Latin America.
Latin America -- Foreign relations -- 1980-.
Civilization, Modern -- 21st century.