Acosta, José de, 11, 165, 199–200
aesthetics, hierarchy of, 19, 20–21
Africa: Algeria, 94, 97–99; as “Dark
Continent,” xix–xx; Hountondji
on independent thoughts and,
128–31; Wiredu’s “Formulating
Modern Thought in African Lan-
guages,” 131–32. See also “Negro”;
slavery and slave trade
Agamben, Giorgio, 236–42
Albán Achinte, Adolfo, 338n15,
357n20
Alexander the Great, 261
Algeria, 94, 97–99
“alternatives,” xxviii–xxix
America, O’Gorman on invention
of, 29
America Latina en Movimiento, 313
American Dream, 116–17
América profunda (Kusch), 106–7
Amin, Samir, 341n10
Ana María, Mayor, 225–26
Andean culture and thought. See
specific people, topics, and places,
such as Tawantinsuyu or sumak
kawsay
Anghie, Anthony, 277, 279–80
Angiera, Pietro Martire de, 261–62
“An Other Historical Horizon”
(Quijano), 331–32
an-other history (Kusch), 106–7
anthropology, 135–38, 163
Anthropology from a Pragmatic
Point of View (Kant), 163, 193, 196,
199, 262–63
anthropos: Afro-Caribbeans and, 96;
in Argentina, 95–96; awareness of
being on side of, 93; as concept,
81–86; decolonial scientia and,
114; geopolitics and dewesterniza-
tion vs. decoloniality and, 119–22;
humanitas appropriated by, 87;
humanitas as subject of critique
by, 129; modernity-tradition pair,
undoing, 180; options, 93; task
of, 90–91
Anzaldúa, Gloria, xxi, 107–8
Apiano, Petro, 262, 264–65
Appiah, Kwame Anthony, 356n1
the architectonic (Kant), 192, 202–3
“area studies,” 59–60
Arendt, Hannah, 236, 237
Argentina, 95–96, 139
Aristotle, 165, 200
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