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October 25, 2012

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Wilbert

What happens with Latin America Philosophy?

Joyce R.

It has been replaced by other philosophies. Latin American is not the only philosopy to learn about. Btw, you are really ambitious to write this book. But anyway, I congratulate you for a job well done.

Matt Shafer

I'm curious about how you'll think about what 'philosophy' is outside of that particular, contingent tradition within Western intellectual history that goes back to ancient Greece. In looking at the thinking of Indian or Chinese or Aztec writers (of whatever time period), how do you intend to distinguish between philosophy and non-philosophy?

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