In this work we analyze Salazar Bondy’s conception of Spanish American culture and philosophy in general, and the Peruvian in particular, as inauthentic due to the domination. In the first part we expose his ideas as closely as possible. In the second part we examine the most important influences of this approach. In the third part, we discuss if the central thesis is correct. Next, we make a couple of digressions about the Spanish American philosophy about the considerations of Salazar. Finally, we extract the conclusions of our analysis.
- América Latina