American Indian Thought Philosophical Essays
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Description: This volume brings together American Indian intellectuals to discuss traditional and contemporary philosophies and philosophical issues. The book presents an aggregate of a newly emerging academic field, American Indian Philosophy.
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Copyright year: 2003
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated
Publication date: 12/2/2003
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.50" long x 1.00" tall
|Notes on Contributors|
|Why We Respect Our Elders Burial Grounds|
|Epistemology and Knowing|
|What Coyote and Thales Can Teach Us|
|Approaches to Native American Philosophy|
|Epistemology and Understanding|
|Science, Math, Logic|
|A Philosophy of Native Science|
|Indigenous Numerical Thought|
|That Alchemical Bering Strait Theory|
|Metaphysics and Being|
|Notes on Identity, Time, Place, and Space|
|Language Matters: NonDiscreet NonBinary Dualism|
|Crippling the Spirit, Wounding the Soul: Native American Spiritual and Religious Suppression|
|Phenomenology and Ontology|
|The Phenomenology of a Mugwump Life|
|Ontology of Identity and Interstitial Being|
|Ethics and Respect|
|Ethics: The We and the I|
|Choctaw Conceptions of the Excellence of the Self, with Implications for a Native Education|
|Commodification of Knowledge|
|Social and Political|
|Jurisprudence of Colonialism|
|Oral Traditions and the Politics of (Mis)recognition|
|Repatriation: Religious Freedom, Equal Opportunity, and Institutional Racism|
|Ethics: From an Artist's Point of View|
|Along the Horizon A World Appears: George Morrison and the Pursuit of an American Indian Aesthetic|
|On Philosophical Discourse: Some Intercultural Musings|