The Latin American Group of Social Philosophy and Axiology (GALFISA) of the Institute of Philosophy of Cuba and the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Center sponsor the 9th International Workshop on emancipatory paradigms. Discuss emerging anticapitalist emancipatory movements in Latin America and the Caribbean. Deepen anti-systemic experiences that challenge the productive and reproductive logic of capital and represent embryos of new sociality and culture of life. Struggle against the exclusive, patriarchal, predatory and discriminatory civilization of capital. Debate the positions of social movements regarding new post-Honduran political scenes in the region (postneoliberal governments and alternatives and the advance of integration proposals in the framework of ALBA versus conservative and oligarchic restoration). Advance in the construction of politics as an emancipating strategy of peoples' social movements in Latin America and practices of resistances and emancipatory struggles. Accepted papers will be published.
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