Volume 13, Issue 1 Has Been Published

Volume 13, Issue 1 of the Journal was published in the Spring semester of 2022. The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes nine articles and one interview.

Articles

Enrique Téllez Fabiani “Ricoeur y Dussel. Simbólica y crítica a la ética ontología”

Marina P. Verdini Aguilar “Entre la fría objetividad y la calidad empatía Un acercamiento
al legado y proyecto de Ignacio Martín-Baró”

Iván Felipe Galíndez Ortegón “Crítica del realismo político moderno. Notas contra la
domesticación de las resistencias”

Giancarlo Garcés Arce “Estado, neoliberalismo y dominación en tiempos de pandemia:
un análisis de la presente coyuntura de Latinoamérica desde 20 tesis de política de
Enrique Dussel”

Sidnei de Oliveira “Filosofía en la Academia Brasileña. No luchar por la educación
básica y el pensamiento latino. Una jerarquía intelectual basada en la sumisión
eurocéntrica”

Rosalba Contreras Ponce “Hacia la praxis liberadora de la vejez. Cajas de Ahorro y
Préstamo: Instrumento para la construcción de una buena vejez”

Fernando David Márquez Duarte “La autodeterminación de pueblos indígenas en
México: Un análisis de los instrumentos jurídicos desde la decolonialidad y la
interculturalidad crítica”

Diana Jiménez Vázquez “La mano izquierda, la oscura, la femenina, que se alza contra
el imperio”

Denise Meda Calderon “Cosmologies, Ritual, and Resistance: An Exploration of María
Lugones’ Decolonial Aesthesis and Coalitional Movidas”

Interviews

Interview with José Crisóstomo de Souza: An Inter-American Philosophical
Conversation with Linda Alcoff and Goyo Pappas

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Volume 12, Issue 2 Has Been Published

Volume 12, Issue 2 of the Journal was published in the Fall semester of 2021. The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes two articles and two reviews.

Articles

Jordan Liz “The Biopolitics of “America First”: Undocumented Immigrants, Latin
America, and the COVID-19 Pandemic”

Anna Cook “Indigenizing Philosophy on Stolen Lands: A Worry about Settler
Philosophical Guardianship”

Book Reviews

Ernesto Rosen Velásquez review “Bridgework in Latin American and Latinx Political
Philosophy” of Social Movements and Latin American Philosophy: From Ciudad Juarez
to Ayotzinapa by Luis Rubén Díaz Cepeda. Lanham: Lexington Books, 2020. P. 156.
Hardcover $131.00. ISBN 978-1498560535

Socially Undocumented: Identity and Immigration Justice by Amy Reed- Sandoval, New
York: Oxford University Press, 2020. P. 240. Paperback $35. ISBN 978-0190619817
by Carlos Pereda

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Volume 12, Issue 1 Has Been Published

Volume 12, Issue 1 of the Journal was published in the Spring semester of 2021.  The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes one article, and three book reviews:

Articles
Pierre Gaussens “Narco: Reflections on a Mexican Myth”

Book Reviews

Benjamin P. Davis’s critical review “Decolonial Depths and Expanses: Responding to Critics of Dussel, Mignolo, and Grosfoguel” of Piel Blanca, Máscaras Negras: Crítica de
la razón decolonial. Edited by Gaya Makaran and Pierre Gaussens. Mexico City: Bajo
Tierra A.C., 2020. Pp. 341. ISBN: 9786079890162

Creolizing Hegel by Michael Monahan (ed.), New York: Rowman & Littlefield, 2017.
P. 288. Paperback $44.95. ISBN: 978-1786600233 by Miguel Gualdrón Ramírez

Toppling the melting pot: Immigration and multiculturalism in American Pragmatism,
Jose Antonio Orosco, Indiana University Press, 2016. P. 166, Paperback $25.00,
Hardcover $70.00, E-Book Price: $9.99. ISBN: 978-0253023056 by Jesus Jaime-Diaz

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Volume 11, Issue 2 Has Been Published

Volume 11, Issue 1 of the Journal was published in the Fall semester of 2020.  The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes the following articles, an interview and a book review:

Articles
Diego Malquori “The Indigenous Uprising in Chiapas as a Praxis of Liberation”
Vicente Medina “Félix Varela en la antesala de la modernidad: filosofía, eclecticismo y utilidad”
Benjamin P. Davis “Responsibilities of the Intellectual: Dewey, Dussel, and Democracy”

Interview
Inter-American Journal of Philosophy Interview with Ofelia Schutte

Book Review
Clif Stratton: Education for Empire: American Schools, Race, and the Paths of Good
Citizenship, Oakland, California: University of California Press, 2016. P. 288. Paperback
$28.47. ISBN: 978-0520285675
by Manuela A. Gomez

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Volume 11, Issue 1 Has Been Published

Volume 11, Issue 1 of the Journal was published in the Spring semester of 2020.  The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes the following articles and book reviews:

Articles

Alfonso Barreto “Rediscovering the Latin American nationalist idealism of José Ingenieros: a synthesis of his intellectual work and life”

Omar Rivera “Mestizajes and Resistant Alterities”

Alexander V. Stehn and Mariana Alessandri “La Mexicana en la Chicana: The Mexican Sources of Gloria Anzaldúa’s Inter-American Philosophy”

Book Reviews

Daniel Campos: Loving Immigrants in America: An Experiential Philosophy of Personal Interaction by Daniel Campos, Lanham, Maryland: Lexington Books, 2017. P. 282, hardcover $100. ISBN: 9781498547840. A Review by Reyes Espinoza

Jorge J. E. Gracia: With a Diamond in My Shoe. A Philosopher’s Search for Identity in America, SUNY Press, 2019, pp 282, paperback, $29.95, ISBN 978-1-4384-7728-2. A Review by Laura Arcila Villa

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Volume 10, Issue 2 Has Been Published

Volume 10, Issue 2 of the Journal was published in the Fall semester of 2019.  The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes the following articles:

  • Terrance Macmullan “We love and adore our fatherland like a goddess:” The Radical Catholic Nationalism of Pedro Albizu Campos
  • Don T. Deere “Coloniality and Disciplinary Power: On Spatial Techniques of Ordering”
  • Teresa Rodriguez “La historiografía filosófica de Ramón Xirau”

And one interview:

  • Kim Díaz and Jules Simon “Last Interview with Walking Fox, Kiwakootiwati, John H. Haddox”

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Volume 10, Issue 1 Has Been Published

Volume 10, Issue 1 of the Journal was published in the Spring semester of 2019.  The issue has an official Table of Contents, and includes the following articles:

  • Christopher D. Tirres “Spiritual Activism and Praxis: Gloria Anzaldúa’s Mature Spirituality”
  • Lara Trout “Ethical Corporeality and Synechism: A dialogue between Enrique Dussel and C.S. Peirce”
  • Michael J. Monahan “Freedom in Motion: Roberts and Ortega on Flight and Home”

There are three book reviews as well:

  • Eddy M. Souffrant: Identity, Political Freedom, and Collective Responsibility: The Pillars and Foundations of Global Ethics, Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. 245 pp, hardcover, $79.99, ISBN: 978-1-137-36582-8 by Kenneth W. Stikkers
  • Joshua Simon: The Ideology of Creole Revolution (Imperialism and Independence in American and Latin American Political Thought). New York, Cambridge University Press, 2017. 276 pp., $29.99, ISBN 978-1-316-61096-1 by Roberto Breña
  • Daniel Campos: Loving Immigrants in America: An Experiential Philosophy of Personal Interaction. Lanham, Maryland, Lexington Books, 2017. 282 pp., $39.99, ISBN 978-1498547840;  Can Love Work? A Review of Daniel Campos’ Loving Immigrants in America by Mariana Alessandri

The new issue also has one translation:

  • Luis Villoro “Three Challenges for the Upcoming Society: Justice, Democracy, Plurality” by Alan Chavoya

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Volume 9, Issue 2 (Fall 2018) Has Been Published

Volume 9, Issue 2 of the Journal was published in the Fall semester of 2018.  The issue includes the following articles:

  • Adebayo Ogungbure, “Homoeroticism, Phallicism and the Racialization of Black/Brown Males: A Historiography of Sexual Racism in America”
  • Lori Gallegos de Castillo and Francisco Gallegos, “On the Distinctive Value of Mexican
    American Philosophy: Beginning with the Concerns and Intuitions of Mexican
    Americans”
  • Elena Ruiz, “The Hermeneutics of Mexican-American Political Philosophy”
  • Manuel Chavez, Jr., “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”
  • Manuela Alejandra Gómez, “A Defense for Multicultural Inclusion in Philosophy
    Textbooks”
  • Alejandro Santana, “Reflections on Teaching Indigenous Mesoamerican Thought”

There is also a book review:

  • Rubi de Maria Gómez Campos: El feminismo es un humanismo, Barcelona: Anthropos, 2013. P. 195, libro de bolsillo ISBN: 9788415260776, by Manuela Alejandra Gómez

And a translation:

  • Gonzalo Arango“The Aesthetic Rebellion” (La rebellion estética), by Diana Yarzagaray

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Volume 9, Issue 1 (Spring 2018) Has Been Published

Volume 9, Issue 1 of the Journal was published in the Spring semester of 2018. The issue includes the following articles:

  • Lauren Eichler  “Countering Genocidal Dehumanization: Paulo Freire and Thomas Norton-Smith on Humans and Animals”
  • Robert Sinclair  “North American Idealism and the Search for a Practical Philosophy”
  • Raúl Trejo-Villalobos “¿Qué es la filosofía? Una introducción a la filosofía Mexicana del siglo XX”
  • Roberto Sánchez Benítez “La otredad en Octavio Paz: surrealismo, psicoanálisi y ontología”
  • Jules Simon “The Institutionalizing of NAFTA: 20 Years of Violence and ‘Other’ Injustices”

There are also two book reviews:

  • Katherine A. Gordy: Living Ideology in Cuba: Socialism in Principle and Practice: University of Michigan Press, 2015. pp.296, paperback, $40.95. ISBN: 978-0-472-05261-5 review by Joshua Simon
  • George Ciccariello-Maher: Decolonizing Dialectics: Duke University Press, 2017. pp.256, paperback, $23.95. ISBN: 978-0-8223-6243-2 review by Benjamin P. Davis

A translation:

  • Luis Villoro  “Estadios en el reconocimiento del otro” translated by Sierra Nilsson

And a memorial:

  • Antón Donoso by Gail Presbey

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Volume 8, Issue 2 (Fall, 2017) Has Been Published

Volume 8, Issue 2 of the Journal was published in the Fall semester of 2017.   The issue includes the following articles:

Ernesto Rosen Velásquez “Dussel’s Metaphysics of Alterity and the Aesthetics of Liberation”
Linda Martín Alcoff “Vallega, Dussel, and Radical Exteriority”
Eduardo Mendieta “Macondo Time: Alterity, the Coloniality of Time and Chronotopologies”
Alejandro Vallega “Radical Intelligibility and the Limit of Philosophy in Latin America”
Omar Rivera “Interpreting Enrique Dussel’s Transmodernity”

There is also a book review:

Juliet Hooker: Theorizing Race in the Americas: Douglass, Sarmiento, Du Bois, and
Vasconcelos by Juliet Hooker, New York: Oxford University Press, 2017. P. 296,
hardcover $53.00. ISBN: 9780190633691 by Katherine Adams

And a translation:

Luis Villoro “Filosofia y Dominacion” by Diana A. Yarzagaray

Call for Papers

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