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N O T E S D E C O L O N I Z I N G W E S T E R N E P I S T E M O L O G Y / B U I L D I N G D E C O L O N I A L E P I S T E M O L O G I E S 兩 WA LT E R M I G N O L O 1. Humberto Maturana and Bernhard Poerksen, From Being to Doing: The Origins of the Biology of Cognition (Heidelberg: Auer International, 2004), 63. 2. ‘‘Da qualche tempo nessuno dei grandi eventi che scuotono il mondo è più interpretabile fuori della categoria di biopolitica.’’ http://www.ici-berlin .org/de/docu/esposito/. 3. More details on decolonial strategies in Walter Mignolo and Madina Tlostanova , Learning to Unlearn: Decolonial Meditations from Eurasia and América (Athens: Ohio University Press, 2012). 4. Fausto Reinaga, La revolución India (La Paz: Partido Indio de Bolivia, 1970), 382. 5. See La teorı́a polı́tica en la encrucijada descolonial, compiled and introduced by Alejandro J. De Oto; preface by Walter Mignolo, and contributions by Sylvia Wynter and Lewis Gordon (Buenos Aires: Ediciones del Signo/ CGSH; Durham, N.C.: Duke University, 2009). 6. Anibal Quijano, ‘‘Coloniality and Modernity/Rationality’’ (1992), in Globalization and the De-colonial Option, ed. Walter Mignolo and Arturo Escobar (London: Routledge, 2010), 22–32. 7. The original Spanish is: ‘‘El Manifiesto del Partido Indio de Bolivia (PIB), no tiene por qué sujetarse a un modelo, regla de lógica formal e intelectual de los partidos politicos del cholaje blanco-mestizo de Bolivia e Indoamérica . No es un Manifiesto de una clase social. Es un Manifiesto de una raza, de un pueblo, de una Nación; de una cultura oprimida y silenciada. No se puede establecer parangón con el Manifiesto Comunista de Marx. Porque el genial ‘moro’ no se enfrentó con el Occidente. Enfrentó la clase proletaria PAGE 265 ................. 18125$ NOTE 09-19-11 07:51:37 PS 266 兩 n o te s t o p a g es 2 4 –2 7 con la clase burguesa; y propuso como solución de la lucha de clases, dentro de la ‘civilización occidental’ la Revolución comunista.’’ Walter Mignolo, ‘‘La opción de-colonial: desprendimiento y apertura. Un manifiesto y un caso.’’ Tabula Rasa: Revista de Humanidades, Universidad de Cundinamarca, 2008, 8, available online at http://www.revistatabularasa.org/numero8 .html; http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/articulo?codigo⳱2346538; in http:// dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/revista?tipo_busqueda⳱CODIGO&clave_revista ⳱1906; http://dialnet.unirioja.es/servlet/listaarticulos?tipo_busqueda⳱EJEM PLAR&evista_busqueda⳱1906&clave_busqueda⳱163010 (issue dedicated to Etnicidad en América Latina: Relatos de colonialismo, identidad, resistencia y agencia), 43–72. For the decolonial turn see Nelson Maldonado-Torres, ‘‘Césaire’s Gift and the De-colonial Turn,’’ Radical Philosophy Review 9, no. 2 (2006): 11–138. 8. See ‘‘The Decolonial Virgin in a Colonial Site: It’s Not about the Gender in My Nation, It’s about the Nation in My Gender,’’ in Our Lady of Controversy: Alma López’s ‘‘Irreverent Apparition,’’ ed. Alicia Gaspar de Alba and Alma López (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2011), 180–202; Emma Pérez, ‘‘Decolonial Queer Theory,’’ presented at the workshop titled Decolonizing Epistemology: New Knowing in Latina/o Philosophy and Theology, Drew University, 8th Interdisciplinary Colloquium, November 2008. 9. On decolonizing gender epistemology see Marı́a Lugones, ‘‘Methodological Notes toward a Decolonial Feminism,’’ in this volume. 10. See Marcelle Maese-Cohen, ‘‘Introduction: Toward Planetary De-colonial Feminisms,’’ Qui Parle: Critical Humanities and Social Sciences 18, no. 2 (2010): 3–27. 11. On this topic, see also Emma Pérez, ‘‘De-colonial Border Queers: Case Studies of Chicana/Mexicana/of Lesbians, Gay Men, and Transgendered in El Paso/Juarez,’’ in Performing the US Latin@ Borderlands, ed. Arturo J. Aldama , Peter J. Garcia, and Chela Sandoval (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2012). 12. I am referring to Quijano’s concept of coloniality and Dussel’s ‘‘geopolitics and philosophy’’ and the crucial concept of ‘‘analectical moment’’ introduced in his Philosophy of Liberation (1977), translated from Spanish by Aquilina Martinez and Christine Morkovsky. (Eugene: Wipf and Stock, 1982), paragraphs 1.2 and 5.3 respectively. 13. ‘‘The Rhetoric of Modernity, the Logic of Coloniality, and the Grammar of De-Coloniality,’’ first presented at a conference titled ‘‘Coloniality, Transmodernity , and Border Thinking,’’ Berkeley 2005, it was published in Cultural Studies 21, no...

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9780823249343
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9780823241361
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OCLC
787845994
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320
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2012-12-20
Language
English
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