Abya- Yalean insurgencies, and life and nature
“other wise”: autonomic pluralism, plural
autonomies, and, 106–7; indigenous- led
movements, 99–101; Latin American
critique of Eurocentrism and, 98; law
with regard to nature and Mo ther Earth,
107–9; legal concerns in, 105–6; location,
localization, and, 93–94, 95; neoextractiv-
ism, protests, and criminalization, 109–12;
plurinational state, new constitutions,
and coloniality of Mo ther Nature, 101–5;
po litical ecol ogy and, 96; Schmitt’s nomos
and, 94–95
Achachi Manifesto, 84
Achterhuis, Hans, 201n16
Acosta, Alberto, 104, 111, 153n33
Agamben, Giorgio: on bare life, 125, 184;
Deleuze, influence of, 184; “happy life,”
195; on ordering of space, 121–22; on terra
nullius, 125
altermodernity, 29–30, 33
Althusser, Louis, 26
“Ame rica” and “Americas”: Locke on
colonial capitalism and, 119; Lock’s
hunter- gatherer model and wasteland as,
144–46; Schmitt on Eu ro pean conquest
of, 140–41; state of nature and “savage
peoples” of, 52–53. See also New World;
anarchism, insurrectional. See savage ontol-
ogy of life, vitalism, and insurrectional
Andean indigenous movements. See Abya-
Yalean insurgencies, and life and nature
“other wise”; Incas
androgyny, 115n28
Anghie, Antony, 151
animalization of the human, 125–28, 143
anomie: anomie/earth and auto/nomy, 4;
capitalism– territorialism (dis)connec-
tion and, 220; internal to sovereign force,
161–62; Laclau and Mouffe’s theory of
hegemony and, 167–69; in Schmitt, 161
anthropological perspective, 25–26, 31–32,
anthropology, savage. See savage po litical
Arendt, Hannah, 165
Aristotle, 6, 51–52, 194
Arneil, Barbara, 146, 153n33
Arrighi, Giovanni, 219–20
Aspe, Bernard, 196
At Daggers Drawn (anon.), 181, 185
autoconstrucción, 78
autonomism: as break from epistemology
of modernity, 26–27; decoloniality and,
19, 26–27, 39; decolonial thinking and, 1;
in France, 8; Italian workerist movement
(operaismo), 5–7; Latin American postco-
lonial autonomy and Italian autonomism,
18–19; Tari on primitivism and, 37; worker-
ism vs. postworkerist autonomy, 7
autonomy: anarchism and, 174; anomie/
earth and auto/nomy, 4; anthropological
perspective and, 39–40; “the common” and,
225–26; Ec uadorian indigenous movement
and, 99–100; Kant’s notion of, 4–5; learning,
autonomous, 76–77; modern conception
of, 26–27; plurinational state and plural
autonomies, 106–7; radical pluralism and,
82; Samaddar vs. Foucault on, 225; as social/
collective capacity, 205; technological im-
poverishment and, 208; Tiqqun on subject-
less revolt and, 37–38; Zapatistas and, 55–59.
See also specific movements and places
Avatar (film), 210, 214n26
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