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Preface and Acknowledgments Introduction On Gnosis and the Imaginary of the Modern/Colonial World System PART ONE: IN SEARCH OF AN OTHER LOGIC Border Thinking and the Colonial Difference PART TWO: I AM WHERE I THINK: THE GEOPOLITICS OF KNOWLEDGE AND COLONIAL EPISTEMIC DIFFERENCES Post-Occidental Reason: The Crisis of Occidentalism and the Emergenc(y)e of Border Thinking Human Understanding and Local Interests: Occidentalism and the (Latin) American Argument Are Subaltern Studies Postmodern or Postcolonial? The Politics and Sensibilities of Geohistorical Locations PART THREE: SUBALTERNITY AND THE COLONIAL DIFFERENCE: LANGUAGES, LITERATURES, AND KNOWLEDGES "An Other Tongue": Linguistics Maps, Literary Geographies, Cultural Landscapes Bilanguaging Love: Thinking in between Languages Globalization/Mundializacion: Civilizing Processes and the Relocation of Languages and Knowledges Afterword An Other Tongue, An Other Thinking, An Other Logic Bibliography Index
Walter D. Mignolo is the William H. Wannamaker Distinguished Professor and director of the Center for Global Studies and the Humanities at Duke University. This book is the third of a trilogy that includes "The Darker Side of the Renaissance: Literacy, Territoriality, and Colonization" and "The Darker Side of Western Modernity: Global Futures, Decolonial Options". He is also the author of "The Idea of Latin America".
"Postmodernism would remain Eurocentric without a counteracting postcoloniality--without the subaltern rationality that Mignolo sees emerging at the border of modernity/coloniality."--Barry Allen, Common Knowledge