By Santa Arias, Raul Marrero-Fente
From postcolonial, interdisciplinary, and transnational views, this number of unique essays seems on the event of Spain's empire within the Atlantic and the Pacific and its cultural production.
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Christian dogma was thus linked to a particular regime of social hygiene, a social discipline. Nevertheless, for Acosta, the problem of Indian languages and their relation to a non-Christian universe took precedence over time as a magical force that would someday transform the irrational into rationality. Recognizing the importance of indigenous languages in the process of conversion, Acosta argues that missionaries had an obligation to preach and hear confessions in these languages, whose comprehension was necessary in order to cross the epistemological barrier separating one universe from another.
Las obras del obispo fray Bartolomé de las Casas o Casaus, obispo que fue de la ciudad Real de Chiapa en las 26 I VO N N E D E L VA L L E Indias, de la Orden de Santo Domingo. Barcelona: Casa de Antonio Lacaballería, 1646. 1–60. Print. –––––. Brevísima relación de la destrucción de las Indias. Ed. André Saint-Lu. Madrid: Cátedra, 1996. Print. Descartes, René. ” Trans. John Veitch. The Rationalists. New York: Anchor Books, 1974. 35–96. Print. El Alaoui, Youssef. Jésuites, Morisques et Indiens.
In this sense, for Hegel all subjectivity arose from the violent suppression of this chaos inherent in every human being (Žižek, “The Cartesian Subject”). Ironically, the experience described by Acosta also called for a suppression, not in order to bring forth subjectivity but rather to improve colonial dominion. The colonial experience perhaps points to one of the blind spots in Hegel’s ideas on history. 11. I will set aside the labor question to focus on the religious aspects of Acosta’s program.
Coloniality, Religion, and the Law in the Early Iberian World by Santa Arias, Raul Marrero-Fente