Utopia and the dialectic in Latin American liberation / by Eugene Gogol and Latin American Colleagues.
- Leiden ; Boston : Brill, 
- Studies in critical social sciences; v. 78.
Studies in Critical Social Sciences ; volume 78
ix, 442 pages ; 25 cm.
- Utopias -- Latin America.
Social movements -- Latin America.
- This book begins by examining the concept of utopia in Latin American thought, particularly its roots within indigenous emancipatory practice, and suggests that within this concept of utopia can be found a resonance with the dialectic of negativity that Hegel developed under the impact of the French Revolution, further developed by such thinker-activists as Marx, Lenin and Raya Dunayevskaya. From this theoretical-philosophical plane, the study moves to the liberation practices of social movements in recent Latin American history. Movements such as the Zapatistas in Mexico, Indigenous feminism throughout the Americas, Indigenous struggles Bolivia, and Colombia, are among those taken up - most often in the words of the participants. The study concludes by discussing a dialectic of philosophy and organization in the context of Latin American liberation.
The meaning of utopia in Latin America
Dialectical thought-from Hegel to Marx, from Lenin to Dunayevskaya. What is the power of negativity for our day?
Are there emancipatory threads between utopia and the dialectic in Latin America?
Haiti, 1986-1993: the uprooting (dejoucki), the flood (lavalas) and the repression
The revolutionary process in Venezuela-advances, contradictions, questions
Mexico's revolutionary forms of organization: the Zapatistas and the indigenous autonomous communities in resistance
Bolivia: in revolutionary transformation, 2000-2005; the pull of state-capitalism, 2006-2013
Social movements in Argentina / Francisco T. Sobrino
Indigenous struggles for territory, autonomy and natural resources
Women as force and reason of social transformations
Youth, popular education, teachers
Horizontal-ism, state-ism, Marxism and the indigenous dimension-Raul Zibechi, Álvaro García Linera, Hugo Blanco
The Zapatistas and the dialectic
Marx, Hegel and Dunayevskaya-toward a dialectic of philosophy and organization in the context of Latin American liberation.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 431-437) and index.
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