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262: Latin-American Philosophy

by Philosophy Talk

If philosophical questions timeless and universal, is there a difference between Latin-American philosophy and European philosophy?
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1. 262: Latin-American Philosophy (feat. Joseph Orosco)
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Latin American Philosophy began centuries before anything of much philosophical consequence happened in North America. Yet in our own time, Latin American Philosophy is undergoing a protracted identity crisis. Is it just transplanted European philosophy? A reaction to analytical philosophy? A reflection of the themes of liberation theology? John and Ken explore Latin America's philosophical traditions with Joesph Orosco from Oregon State University, author of Cesar Chavez and the Common Sense of Nonviolence. This program was recorded live at OSU in Corvallis.



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