Enrique Dussel: Without Epistemic Decolonization, There Is No Revolution

Professor Enrique Dussel speaking at Eco-socialist School of Critical Decolonial Thought of Our America held in Caracas October 7-14, 2016. (AVN)

Professor Enrique Dussel speaking at Eco-socialist School of Critical Decolonial Thought of Our America held in Caracas October 7-14, 2016. (AVN)

Via Venezuela Analysis:

Renowned Mexican-Argentine philosopher Enrique Dussel was in Caracas October 6-10, 2016, as part of the first ever Eco-socialist School of Critical Decolonial Thought of Our America. A founder of the Philosophy of Liberation movement, Dussel has played a protagonist role over the last decade as one of the key theorists and public intellectuals of the so-called “Pink Tide” of leftist and center-leftist governments that came to power across Latin America. In conversation with journalist Clodovaldo Hernandez, the philosopher stresses the urgent need to decolonize epistemic frameworks in order to learn from the series of recent defeats suffered by progressive forces across the continent. 

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One response to “Enrique Dussel: Without Epistemic Decolonization, There Is No Revolution

  1. Thanks for this post. Very interesting. I don’t know about Chaves though–not sure he was as good as described in this interview.

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