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  1. Comparative political theory, indigenous resurgence, and epistemic justice: From deparochialization to treaty.Daniel Sherwin - forthcoming - Contemporary Political Theory:1-25.
    As political theorists address the parochial foundations of their field, engagement with the Indigenous traditions of Turtle Island is overdue. This article argues that theorists should approach such engagement with caution. Indigenous nations’ politics of knowledge production may differ from those of de-parochializing political theorists. Some Indigenous communities, in response to violent histories of knowledge extraction, have developed practices of refusal. The contemporary movement of resurgence engages Indigenous traditions of political thought toward the end of promoting Indigenous intellectual and political (...)
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  • Alterity, Analectics, and the Challenges of Epistemic Decolonization.David Haekwon Kim - 2019 - Southern Journal of Philosophy 57 (S1):37-62.
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