Eidos

Eidos is an international peer-reviewed open-access electronic journal published by theDepartment of Humanities and Philosophy at the Universidad del Norte. It fosters original scholarly studies in all fields of philosophy committed to the current approaches to the diverse issues of philosophical enquiry, as well as discussions, essays reviews and books reviews and translations of outstanding philosophical studies. It welcomes preferably papers written in English and Spanish but also accepts manuscripts in French, Italian and Portuguese in order to promote an enthusiastic worldwide dialogue on the pluralistic philosophical attitudes to all areas of interest in humanities. Its wide-ranging focus, besides including papers on aesthetics, epistemology, metaphysics, feminism, phenomenology, history of science and history of philosophy, also diffuses critical studies on practical philosophy. Due to its comprehensive scopeEidos seeks to keep abreast of the present state of affairs of philosophical research. From 2003 to 2005 it issued one number per year. From 2006 up to present it is published online semiannually in June 15th and December 15th.

 

 


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Titulo: Martín Heidegger. La experiencia del camino

Descripción: Martin Heidegger: la experiencia del camino es el resultado del encuentro de varios de los más connotados especialistas internacionales y nacionales en torno a la figura del filósofo de Meßkirch. En un recorrido que pasa por una buena parte de la obra monumental de este pensador alemán, el lector encontrará profundas y sugestivas contribuciones acerca del pensamiento heideggeriano anterior a Ser y Tiempo, y en torno a éste su escrito capital; dilucidaciones de su filosofía posterior a la Kehre así como reflexiones que toman como eje central los conceptos del arte, el lenguaje y la poesía, y la confrontación de su pensamiento con la filosofía de Schelling, Hegel, Bergson y Nietzsche. Grandes conocedores del pensamiento de Martin Heidegger provenientes de Alemania, Italia, España, Argentina, Chile, México y Colombia dan a este escrito el carácter de un texto de referencia obligada para quien esté interesado en conocer el estado actual de la investigación en torno a la filosofía de uno de los más agudos e influyentes filósofos de la historia del pensamiento occidental.

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Current Issue No 34 (2020): Special Issue - November

I International Congress of Latin American and Caribbean Studies

Table of Contents


Front Matter

Cover [Spanish]
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2-4


Content
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5-8



Editorial

Editorial [Spanish]
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12
Carmen Elisa Escobar María, Jaime Santamaría

9-13



Articles

Grammars of Listening as Decolonial Grammars: Notes Towards a Decolonization of Memory [Spanish]
María del Rosario Acosta López

14-40


Is a Decolonial Philosophy of History Possible? [Spanish]
Matthieu Renault

41-56


Caribbean Subversions of Debt [Spanish]
Rocío Zambrana

57-82


Image Thinking: From the “island of the understanding” to the “stranded island” [Spanish]
Amalia Boyer

83-111


Édouard Glissant and the Créole Cosmopolitization: a New Grammar of Identity? [Spanish]
Angélica Montes-Montoya

112-131


Colonialty of Power/Dispossesion of Land. A Spatial Perspective of Acummulation and War in Colombia [Spanish]
Hernán Alejandro Cortés Ramírez

132-160


El Salado Massacre as a Paradigm of Paramilitary Sovereign Violence [Spanish]
Jaime Arturo Santamaría

161-191


The Inscription of Literature in the Social Machine. The Arguedas / Vargas Llosa Cleavage in the Regard of Mabel Moraña and Cornejo Polar [Spanish]
Adolfo Chaparro Amaya

192-221


Return to The Three Ecologies: Ecosophical Aspects of the Global Ecological Crisis [Spanish]
Simón Díez Montoya

222-253


Neither Humans, Nor Animals, Nor Monsters: Decolonizing Transgender Embodiments [Spanish]
Pedro Javier (PJ) DiPietro

254-291


Dionisos, the queer God [Spanish]
Ricardo Andrés Espinoza Lolas

292-321


Transmodernity: Method for a Decolonial Political Project. From Enrique Dussel to Santiago Castro-Gómez [Spanish]
Luz María Lozano Suárez

322-350


Mesoamerican Worldview, Decolonization of The Social Sciences and World Dialogue of Knowledge [Spanish]
Juan Carlos Sánchez-Antonio

351-388



Contributors

Contributors [Spanish]
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389-394



Back Matter

Credits [Spanish]
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395