A new philosophical project must be developed that is capable of going beyond Eurocentric philosophical Modernity, by shaping a global Trans-modern pluriverse, drawing in part upon the ―discarded‖ resources of peripheral, subaltern, postcolonial philosophies (A NEW AGE IN THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY: THE WORLD DIALOGUE BETWEEN PHILOSOPHICAL TRADITIONS, pdf format).
All of capitalism´s power with respect to other modes of production of wealth is evidenced in its characteristic ideological duplicity, as reflected in its presentation of the relationship between labor and capital at the superficial level of circulation as one of equal exchange, when the reality is that at the deep level of production as a social process it coerces and violently compels the worker to establish an exchange which is in fact wholly unequal (THE DEFINITIVE DISCOVERY OF THE CATEGORY OF SURPLUS VALUE, p4, pdf format).
He (Descartes) studied it in the consecrated text used by all European schools of the Company, of which there were innumerable editions all over the old continent, from Italy and Spain to Holland and Germany, and also at that time in France. This was the Logica mexicana sive Commentarii in universam Aristotelis Logicam (Köln, 1606, the year in which René entered school at La Flèche) by the Mexican philosopher Antonio Rubio (1548-1615).34 Who would have thought that Descartes studied the hard part of philosophy—the Logic, the Dialectic—in a book by a Mexican philosopher! (ANTI-CARTESIAN MEDITATIONS: ON THE ORIGIN OF THE PHILOSOPHICAL ANTI-DISCOURSE OF MODERNITY, p.6, pdf format.)
I think that now it is understood of whom it is said ―Cursed is he who has no enemy!‖ [2.a]. That one is cursed in the eyes of the Judge who judges on the basis of the Alterity of the poor, of the Other, simply because the cursed one has lived in complicity with the system, exploiting and excluding ―the poor, the orphans, and the widows‖, the Other. This cursed one does not have to have been persecuted and does not have to have had enemies; it is the sufficient sign (that one should be judged) to have negated solidarity and to have maintained oneself in the dominating fraternity. And because this cursed one has done nothing for the weak, then he or she will be judged as guilty before the ethical-metaphysical alterative court of history (From Fraternity to Solidarity: Towards a Politics of Liberation, p. 21 pdf numbering). (Note: compare with Cephalus?)
"Critical Theory, Poststructuralism,and the Philosophy of Liberation," Douglas Kellner compares Critical Theory to Dussel's Philosophy of Liberation