Manuel Chávez Jr. is a lecturer of interdisciplinary philosophy at Monmouth University. He is a graduate of the Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Program at the State University of New York at Binghamton. His current research interests focus on the intersections of decolonial theory, Latinx philosophy, ethics, and social philosophy.
Mr. Chavez is the author of:
- “The Chicano/a Movement and Philosophy: Recovering Patrick Carey-Herrera’s “Chicanismo: Hypothesis, Thesis, and Argument: Seven Essays Concerning the Essentials of Chicano Thought and Behavior” (Volume 9, Issue 2)