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Conclusion: Toward a Transmodern Pluriverse

  • Frederick B. Mills
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Abstract

Chapter 7, Towards a Transmodern Pluriverse, discusses how Enrique Dussel’s ethics of liberation actively promotes a worldwide intercultural philosophical dialogue. These South-South as well as North-South dialogues, are inspired by the decolonizing efforts of a diversity of liberatory projects. The chapter examines the idea of a planetary humanism aimed at building a pluriversal transmodern world, a world in which all peoples can live and grow in community, with mutual respect for cultural diversity, and in harmony with Mother Earth.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Frederick B. Mills
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  1. 1.Bowie State UniversityBowieUSA

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