Latin-American Self-Identification Discourse: An Ontological Stage

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The author underlines the specifics of the Latin-American self-identification discourse through the basic notions forming its nomenclature. The author deals with this problem exploring the identification tools determined by historical and cultural context which also modifies the meaning of the key concepts in identification discourse.

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O Y Bondar

Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Email: olbondar@yandex.ru
Department of Social Philosophy Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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