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Maria Ceci Araujo Misoczky

Resumen

This text belongs to the field of Latin American studies and, more specifically, affirm the Philosophy of Liberation as its ethical fundament. It affirms the adoption of an anti-management attitude because the distinction between Northern/Southern management is irrelevant for the victims. Quijano’s coloniality of power and Dussel’s transmodernity  are introduced because they open possibilities for a politicized discussion that goes beyond culturalism and indicate the need of transcending the globalized power of capitalist power as an indispensable condition for the liberation of the victims of this system of power. Follows a critical appraisal of postcolonial studies and a brief overview of its presence in the field of MOS. Finally, the argument for the need of an anti-management perspective is presented.

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Keywords

Aníbal Quijano, Enrique Dussel, filosofía de la liberación

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Misoczky, M. C. (2019). Contributions of Aníbal Quijano and Enrique Dussel for an Anti-Management Perspective in Defence of Life. Cuadernos De Administración, 32(58). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.cao.32-58.caqed
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