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Local histories/global designs : coloniality, subaltern knowledges, and border thinking / Walter D. Mignolo ; with a new preface by the author.

By: Mignolo, Walter.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Princeton studies in culture/power/history: Publisher: Princeton, N.J. ; Woodstock : Princeton University Press, 2012Description: xxxv, 371 str. : ilustr., zemljopisne karte ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9780691156095 (pbk.); 0691156093 (pbk.).Subject(s): Colonies | Postcolonialism | Culture | Knowledge, Theory of -- Political aspects | Hermeneutics | Colonies | Culture | Hermeneutics | Knowledge, Theory of -- Political aspects | Postcolonialism | poskolonijalizam | kolonije | teorije kultura | teorija znanja politički aspekti | hermeneutika
Contents:
Introduction: On gnosis and the imaginary of the modern/colonial world system -- Bording thinking and the colonial difference -- Post-occidental reason: the crisis of occidentalism and the emergenc(y)e of border thinking -- Human understanding and local interests: occidentalism and the (Latin) American argument -- Are subaltern studies postmodern or postcolonial? The politics and sensibilities of geohistorical locations -- "An other tonge": Linguistic maps, literary geographies, cultural landscapes -- Bilanguaging love: thinking in between languages -- Globalization/mundialización: civilizing processes and the relocation of languages and knowledges -- Afterword: An other tongue, an other thinking, an other logic.
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Introduction: On gnosis and the imaginary of the modern/colonial world system -- Bording thinking and the colonial difference -- Post-occidental reason: the crisis of occidentalism and the emergenc(y)e of border thinking -- Human understanding and local interests: occidentalism and the (Latin) American argument -- Are subaltern studies postmodern or postcolonial? The politics and sensibilities of geohistorical locations -- "An other tonge": Linguistic maps, literary geographies, cultural landscapes -- Bilanguaging love: thinking in between languages -- Globalization/mundialización: civilizing processes and the relocation of languages and knowledges -- Afterword: An other tongue, an other thinking, an other logic.

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