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The aim of this paper is to offer a general historic review of political philosophy in Latin-America beginning with the colonial history and proving the influence from main European philosophical currents. It is analyzed also the possibility of a Latin-American political philosophy as it is presented by some Latin-American philosophers of the XX century. It is particularly considered the doctrine of the Peruvian Augusto Salazar Bondy, as well as the doctrine of the Mexican Leopoldo Zea and, finally, that of the Argentinean Enrique Dussel. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
El objetivo del artículo es ofrecer una reseña histórica general de Ia filosofía política en América Latina partiendo de la historia colonial y verificando la influencia de las corrientes filosófico-políticas europeas. Se analiza, luego, si es posible considerar una filosofía política latinoamericana, tal como la entienden algunos filósofos latinoamericanos del siglo XX. Finalmente, se analiza, en particular, el pensamiento de Augusto Salazar Bondy del Perú, Leopoldo Zea de México y Enrique Dussel de Ia Argentina. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]
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