The Architectonics of Latin American Self-Identity Discourse in the 20th Century (Part 1)

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The axis of the publication is the self-identity discourse unfolding in close connection with the socio-political situation in Latin America in the first decades of the 20th century. The characteristics and specificity of the peripheral forms of modernization processes are highlighted. The author takes “Mexican essence” philosophy development as an example to discuss cognitive strategies of national reflection associated with different ways of transition to modernization experience.

O Y Bondar

olbondar@yandex.ru
Peoples’ Friendship University of Russia

Department of Social Philosophy Faculty of Humanities and Social Sciences

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