Géopolitique de la connaissance, colonialité du pouvoir et différence coloniale

Multitudes 3 (3):56-71 (2001)
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Abstract

The concept of modern world-system from Wallerstein is still eurocentric in front of Quijano’s concept of « coloniality of power » or that from Dussel of « transmodernity ». To show that Europe has colonised, exploited, ruled the world is not enough. We need to understand the radical ignorance of others organized by the colonial power since the 16th century. Independency is not sufficient if it maintains colonial hierarchies of knowledge and power. Decolonisaton of the mind is still on the agenda

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Walter Mignolo
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