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Filosofia Mestiza Interculturalidad Ecosofia Y Liberacion Nuevo Pensamiento Afro Indoamericano Volume 1 Spanish Edition

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ISBN : 9781491099230
Genre : Cross-cultural studies
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El día viernes 20 de enero de 2012, por la suma voluntad colectiva de pensadores afincados a una y otra orilla del Atlántico, es co-fundado el "Proyecto FAIA | Filosofía Afro-Indo-Americana | Escuela del Pensamiento Radical", cuyo objetivo esencial consiste en la apertura, reconocimiento y afirmación del diálogo entre África y Abya Yala, en pos de una praxis ético-política liberadora, fundada en tres aspectos o perspectivas situacionales: indignación, resistencia y no-cooperación -en tanto formas de lucha no-violenta-, y proyecto socio-existencial, concebidos como punto de partida para un nuevo pensamiento radical-revolucionario.La esencia dialógica de FAIA o Filosofía Mestiza co-implica su originaria apertura y plurivocidad a inter-lógicas (o racionalidades) diferentes -en el marco de un pensar complejo situado-, y adscripción al fin de la integración intercultural de nuestros pueblos.De buenas a primeras, la Filosofía de la Liberación (FL) en América Latina y en África, ha re-conocido como primario interlocutor válido, durante el siglo XX, al sistema ontológico imperial-neocolonial europeo, sujetado éste al apetito de una racionalidad instrumental fundante de un capitalismo auto-cadaverizante y fagocitador.FAIA es, en este sentido, un "comienzo otro" de la Filosofía de la Liberación, consistente en a) la de-construcción crítico-genealógica del sistema instrumentalista occidental, b) el diálogo inter-categorial entre las filosofías africana y latinoamericana y c) la re-significación y creación de nuevas categorías para un pensar latinoamericano, africano y aún, afro-indo-americano (implicado Oriente y, en sí, el eje sur-sur, sin excluir por ello el pensamiento europeo)FAIA denota el pertinente diálogo en los niveles: óntico-ontológico, lógico, teológico e histórico, en torno a un pensamiento radical para una praxis liberadora, respecto de la racionalidad totalizante y sus sistemas absoluto-excluyentes de dominación."Filosofía Mestiza" es el primer volumen de la serie "Nuevo Pensamiento Afroindígena", en el que se explicitan los principios estructurantes de FAIA, a través de sus mayores representantes intelectuales en cada continente.
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Inteligencia Y Logos

Author : Xavier Zubiri
ISBN : 8420690120
Genre : Philosophy
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INTELIGENCIA Y LOGOS es el segundo volumen de la trilogía que sobre el tema general de LA INTELECCION HUMANA publica el filósofo XAVIER ZUBIRI (San Sebastián, 1898). Este volumen es continuación del primero (INTELIGENCIA SENTIENTE) y se completa con el tercero y último, INTELIGENCIA Y RAZÓN. La obra completa analiza, entre otros muchos, los temas y problemas fundamentales de la disciplina filosófica conocida con los nombres de Teoría del conocimiento, Epistemología y Crítica, replanteando en una dimensión hasta ahora inédita cuestiones tales como las de la intelección, el juicio, el conocimiento, la razón, el saber, la comprensión, la verdad, la ciencia, etc. No hay duda de que el enfoque que Zubiri da a estas cuestiones es profundamente original. Desde los tiempos de Parménides la filosofía ha solido resolver el problema de las relaciones entre la inteligencia y la realidad en el punto que constituye el tema central de este volumen, el «logos», cuya expresión más clásica es el «juicio». Zubiri se opone frontalmente a esta tradición, que según él conduce a un logicismo formalista que desvirtúa el papel de la inteligencia e impide el acceso a la realidad. Afirmar que el logos es la estructura fundamental de la intelección supone logificar la inteligencia, es decir, hacer de ella una facultad puramente formal y conceptiva. El resultado de esto es el conceptismo y el idealismo, los males seculares de la filosofía. Frente a esto, Zubiri afirma la preeminencia de la intelección sobre el logos. La inteligencia, como quedó expuesto en el volumen anterior, meramente actualiza las cosas en tanto que «reales». El logos es un modo ulterior de la intelección que permite expresar lo que esas cosas reales son «en realidad». El desarrollo de esta idea central constituye el argumento del presente libro.
Category: Philosophy

Dynamic Structure Of Reality

Author : Nelson R. Orringer
ISBN : 0252092066
Genre : Philosophy
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Dynamic Structure of Reality makes available in English some of the most mature thought of the modern Spanish philosopher Xavier Zubiri. He first presented this material as a set of 1968 public lectures in Madrid. They were collected, edited, and published in 1989 as Estructura dinamica de la realidad._x000B_In 1962 Zubiri had published Sobre la esencia (On essence), a work of metaphysics that was praised by critics with one qualification: its treatment of reality was too static. The 1968 course was devised as a response to those critics. Dynamic Structure of Reality retraces the road Hegel traveled concerning the creation of a self and how that self is realized by an interplay between spirit and nature._x000B_Like his great predecessor Jose Ortega y Gasset, and like his great Jewish contemporary Emmanuel Levinas, Zubiri takes religion in all seriousness and locates its questions within the questions of modern philosophy. In harmony with science, he advances a new idea of becoming. Reality, not being, becomes. As realitys traits are revealed, in different degrees, reality resembles God, the universal self-giver. Zubiri systematically touches on many disciplines to show the varieties of self-giving--throughout the universe--of structural dynamism.
Category: Philosophy

New Technologies And Human Rights

Author : Mr Mario Viola de Azevedo Cunha
ISBN : 9781409473701
Genre : Law
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Whilst advances in biotechnology and information technology have undoubtedly resulted in better quality of life for mankind, they can also bring about global problems. The legal response to the challenges caused by the rapid progress of technological change has been slow and the question of how international human rights should be protected and promoted with respect to science and technology remains unexplored. The contributors to this book explore the political discourse and power relations of technological growth and human rights issues between the Global South and the Global North and uncover the different perspectives of both regions. They investigate the conflict between technology and human rights and the perpetuation of inequality and subjection of the South to the North. With emerging economies such as Brazil playing a major role in trade, investment and financial law, the book examines how human rights are affected in Southern countries and identifies significant challenges to reform in the areas of international law and policy.
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Ignacio Ellacuria

Author : Ignacio Ellacur’a
ISBN : 9781608332885
Genre : Religion
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Essays by a modern Jesuit martyr challenge the way that theology should be done and the gospel should be lived. Ignacio Ellacur a, a Spanish Jesuit theologian, philosopher, and rector of the University of Central America in San Salvador, was one of the key intellectual authors of liberation theology. On November 16, 1989 he and other members of the Jesuit community of the university were massacred by Salvadoran army troops. This volume offers twelve important essays by Ellacur a, at last providing English-speaking readers with a comprehensive introduction to his theological thought. Traditional topics such as Christology, ecclesiology, theological method, and spirituality are interwoven with reflections on colonialism, liberation, religion and politics, the philosophy of Xavier Zubiri, and the legacy of Archbishop Oscar Romero in a volume that not only chronicles the thought of one of the most fertile minds of the last century, but challenges the way theology should be carried out for the century to come.
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Spanish Word Formation And Lexical Creation

Author : José Luis Cifuentes Honrubia
ISBN : 9789027282194
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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This volume contributes a wider approach to word formation processes and sheds light on some unsolved issues. While the formal relationships established between the different constituents of a complex word have been analyzed in great depth, the semantic links have received little dedication. In order to complete the analysis, it is necessary to pay attention to the semantic properties associated to verbalization. The main purpose of the book is to integrate both the semantic proposals and the formal perspectives concerning word formation. This theoretical aim becomes the framework to study several mechanisms of lexical creation and neologisms. Furthermore, word formation is presented as a new source for Applied Linguistics. Although the volume uses Spanish as a starting point, it means to delimit formation patterns which may also be productive in other languages. This book is sure to become an important reference in the controversial field of word formation.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

Historical Dictionary Of Nietzscheanism

Author : Carol Diethe
ISBN : 9780810880320
Genre : Philosophy
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Few philosophers have been as popular, prolific, and controversial as Friedrich Nietzsche, who has left his imprint not only on philosophy but on all the arts. Whether it is his concept of the übermensch or his nihilistic view of the world, Nietzsche's writings have aroused enormous interest, as well as anathema, in scholars for centuries. This third edition of Historical Dictionary of Nietzscheanism covers the history of this philosophy through a chronology, an introductory essay, appendixes, and an extensive bibliography. The dictionary section has over 400 hundred cross-referenced entries on his major writings, his contemporaries, and his successors. This book is an excellent access point for students, researchers, and anyone wanting to know more about Friedrich Nietzsche.
Category: Philosophy

Man And God

Author : Xavier Zubiri
ISBN : 9780761847021
Genre : Philosophy
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This book is a translation of Zubiri's lectures, published posthumously and partially edited by Zubiri for publication. This translation was made possible by a grant from the Spanish Ministry of Culture and is the product of three experts in the thought of Zubiri.
Category: Philosophy

Sobre El Hombre

Author : Xavier Zubiri
ISBN : 842069035X
Genre : Philosophy
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El tema del hombre ha sido y es preocupación filosófica permanente. Todo silósofo tiene que enfrentarse con él en uno u otro momento de su vida. Para el filósofo español Xavier Zubiri (1898-1983), el tema del hombre fue motivo de investigación y estudio durante más de medio siglo. Fruto de ello fueron varios trabajos publicados a lo largo de su vida: El problema del hombre (1959), El hombre, realidad personal (1963), El origen del hombre (1964), El hombre y su cuerpo (1973), y varios miles de folios hasta hoy inéditos. El presente volumen ofrece no todos, pero sí al menos los más importantes textos inéditos de Zubiri sobre el hombre. A pesar del carácter en alguna medida peculiar del texto, se trata de una obra coeherente y sistemática, que enriquece enormemente el panorama intelectual abnierto por sus obras anteriores: Sobre la esencia (1962), los tres volúmenes de Inteligencia sentiente (1980-1983) y El hombre y Dios (1984). El conjunto de estos seis volúmenes replantea desde una nueva perspectiva los más importantes temas de la filosofía: la realidad, la inteligencia, el hombre, Dios. Pocas veces la mente humana ha intentado horadar de forma más meticulosa la maraña de problemas que acosan al hombre, y pocas también ha sabido dar una respuesta tan aguda y original.
Category: Philosophy

The Ground Beneath The Cross

Author : Kevin F. Burke, SJ
ISBN : 1589014472
Genre : Religion
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This book is the first comprehensive analysis of the thought of Ignacio Ellacuría, the Jesuit philosopher-theologian martyred for his work on behalf of Latin America's oppressed peoples. While serving as president of the Jesuit-run University of Central America in the midst of El Salvador's brutal civil war, Ellacuría was also a prolific writer. His advocacy on behalf of the country's persecuted majority provoked the enmity of the Salvadoran political establishment. On November 16, 1989, members of the Salvadoran military entered the university's campus and murdered Ellacuría, along with five other Jesuit priests and two women. Kevin F. Burke, SJ, shows why Ellacuría is significant not only as a martyr but also as a theologian. Ellacuría effectively integrated philosophy, history, anthropology, and sociopolitical analysis into his theological reflections on salvation, spirituality, and the church to create an original contribution to liberation theology. Ellacuría's writings directly address one of the most vexing issues in theology today: can theologians account for the demands arising from both the particularity of their various social-historical situations and also the universal claims of Christian revelation? Burke explains how Ellacuría bases theology in a philosophy of historical reality—the "ground beneath the cross"—and interprets the suffering of "the crucified peoples" in the light of Jesus' crucifixion. Ellacuría thus inserts the theological realities of salvation and transcendence squarely within the course of human events, and he connects these to the Christian mandate to "take the crucified peoples down from their crosses." Placing Ellacuría's thought in the context of historical trends within the Roman Catholic Church, particularly Vatican II and the rise of liberation theology in Latin America, Burke argues that Ellacuría makes a distinctive contribution to contemporary Catholic theology.
Category: Religion