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I N D E X Abalos, David T., 281n1 Abduraheem Ocasio, Ramón Omar, 140 affirmative action, 61–62, 111 Afghanistan war. See war in Afghanistan African Americans, 110–11, 120, 122–24; Muslims, 141 Afro-Latinos, 120, 134 agency, 9, 72, 76–77, 221, 255, 264, 274n8; collective, 11, 118, 121; moral, 52, 62, 65 agnotology, 251–53 Agosı́n, Marjorie, 207–8 Alba, Richard, 281n3 Alcoff, Linda Martı́n, 3, 10–11, 16, 198, 216, 242, 253, 273n5, 280n1; ‘‘Comparative Race, Comparative Racisms,’’ 122 Algerian Front de Liberation, 19–20 Ali, Ben, 56 Althaus-Reid, Marcella, 211–14, 223; and ‘‘Feetishism,’’ 212; Indecent Theology, 212 Alves, Rubem, 280n1 amalgamation model, 122 American Philosophy Association (APA), 182 American philosophy, 226 Amerindian. See indigenous peoples analectical moment, 266n12 PAGE 313 analytic philosophy, 109, 171 anthropocentrism, 223 antipsychiatry movement, 278n1 Anzaldúa, Gloria, 13–14, 42, 72, 82, 132, 194, 196–200, 210, 217, 276n43, 280n1, 285n17, 300n6; Borderlands/La frontera, 196–97 Apel, Karl-Otto, 242 Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 117 Aquinas, Thomas, 28 Aquino, Marı́a Pilar, 212, 240 Araya Goubet, Guillermo, 142 archeology of knowledge, 255 Aristotle, 24, 27, 175, 272n4; Nicomachean Ethics, 175 Arpaio, Joe, 107 ‘‘arrogant eye,’’ 177, 189 Arroyo, Edmund A., 138 Arteaga, Alfred, 68 ashé, 162 assimilation, 113, 121, 134, 165, 200, 282n12, 282n13, 283n32, 285n23 Ataturk, Mustafa Kemal, 37 Augustine, St., 252; Civitas Dei, 252; On the Free Choice of the Will, 252 authority, 37–38, 70, 86, 91, 93–96, 255, 273n7; discursive, 99–100 Aztecs. See indigenous peoples ................. 18125$ INDX 09-19-11 07:51:45 PS 314 兩 i n de x Bacon, Francis, 247 Baconian/Cartesian/Kantian unencumbered subject, 263 Bakhtin, M. M., 185–86, 295n37 Bartolomé de Las Casas, 34, 239 Bell, Catherine, 243 Bennabi, Malik, 22, 28 Berger, Peter, 226, 277n1 Bhabha, Homi, 199 bilingualism, 123, 282n12 biopolitics, 20, 29 ‘‘black,’’ 68–69, 119, 274n10 blackness, 110, 120, 125–26 bodily schema, 215 body-words, 14–15, 208–11, 214–16, 220–23 Boff, Leonardo, 243 Bolivian Indian Party (PIB), 21 Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo, 124–25 Booth, Wayne, 187 border thinking, 26, 81–83 bordered subject, 13–14, 194, 197, 214 Bost, Suzanne, 301n21 Bouazizi, Mohamed, 56 Bourdieu, Pierre, 87, 93, 95, 277; Outline of a Theory of Practice, 87 ‘‘brown,’’ 122, 215, 217–18, 303n46 brownness, 215 Buber, Martin, 47 Busby, James, 33 Cadena, Gilbert R., 165 Canaparo, Claudio, 281n1 Cantwell Smith, Wilfred, 232 capitalism, 21–23, 37–38, 74–75, 84; and Islam, 273n7 Capps, Walter, 232 Capra, Fritjof, 279n1 Cartesian, 171, 247, 250, 255, 264 Cartesian-Kantian epistemic paradigm, 249–50 Cassirer, Ernst, 279n1 Castro, Américo, 287n42 Castro-Gómez, Santiago, 263 Catholicism; folk, 155, 158–59; institutional , 155, 164, 168; national, 99; popular , 12, 151, 158, 167–68, 211, 243–44; PAGE 314 Spanish, 147, 151, 155, 156; syncretism, 151–53, 155–56, 158–59, 161–64, 167–68 Cervantes, Lorna Dee, 169–70, 189–90, 297n49; Emplumada, 169; ‘‘Poem for the Young White Man Who Asked Me How I, an Intelligent, Well-Read Person Could Believe in the War Between Races,’’ 169, 189–90 Césare, Aimé, 34 character friendship, 175–76 Chatterjee, Partha, 8, 27, 30–32, 35, 38 Chávez, César, 56, 239 Chicana, 194, 196–97, 199, 210; art, 225, 300n18 Chopp, Rebecca, 229–30 Christian, William, 152 Christian theology, 14, 23, 27, 40, 44 Christianity, 12, 22, 27, 32, 36, 146; colonial mission, 73–74, 141; leftist, 22; liberationist , 145; syncretism, 151, 158, 167–68, 224, 243 civil disobedience, 36 civil rights, 115 civil rights movement, 56, 61, 215 class, 21–22, 46–47, 51, 73, 75, 121, 124, 152; ethno-class, 28; middle class, 42, 46– 47, 51, 55, 158; relations, 34, 101; working class, 21–22, 42, 51, 203 Collingwood, R. G., 279n1 colonial matrix of power, 21, 24–27, 38–39 colonialism, defined coloniality: defined, 20–21, 23–24, 288n66; of gender, 9, 72, 74–81, 83–86; of knowledge, 24, 29, 86; of power, 6, 75, 81–83, 86, 213, 261, 273n7, 299n4 colorism, 112, 114–15 Cominsky, Sheila, 155 communal futures, 8, 29 communism, 21, 22 comunidades de base, 5 Confucianism, 38, 82 Continental philosophy, 109, 171, 193–96, 198–99, 226, 242 Corinthians 1:26–31, 65 Corlett, Angelo, 282n18 ................. 18125$ INDX 09-19-11 07:51:46 PS i n de x 兩 315 cosmic piety, 309n17 Council of Trent reforms, 151–52 counter-discourses, 143 counter-knowledges, 87–89, 100–1...

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9780823249343
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