By Jorge J. E. Gracia

A first-of-its-kind ebook that heavily and profoundly examines what it skill philosophically to be Latino and the place Latinos slot in American society.

  • Offers a clean viewpoint and clearer realizing of Latin American idea and tradition, rejecting
    solutions in line with stereotypes and fear
  • Takes an interdisciplinary method of the philosophical, social, and political components of Hispanic/Latino
    identification, touching upon anthropology, background, cultural reviews and sociology, in addition to philosophy
  • Written by way of Jorge J. E. Gracia, the most influential thinkers of Hispanic/Latino descent

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