Edited by Susana Nuccetelli (St. Cloud State University)
|Summary||Under this category falls works that have philosophical import but are not the product of professional philosophers. In Latin America, there is a long tradition of amateur philosophy, cultivated by intellectuals and artists who, interested in philosophical problems, have developed influential arguments and doctrines.|
|Key works||The topics of this "amateur" philosophical tradition include ethnic identity, feminism, democracy, globalization, justice, and rights.|
|Introductions||Introductory sources in this category include Nuccetelli et al 2009, Gracia & Millán-Zaibert 2004, von Vacano 2011, and Nuccetelli & Seay 2003|
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