An introduction to Mesoamerican philosophy

New York, NY, USA: Cambridge University Press (2023)
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This book introduces the central topics of the philosophical traditions of indigenous groups of North-Central America such as the Maya and Nahua (Aztecs), and the current state of the field. It includes references to and quotes from crucial primary and secondary literature in the area.

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