World-System and "Trans"-Modernity

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States that modernity's impact on the world's multiple cultures produced a varied reply by all of them to the modern challenge. Example that demonstrates the degree to which European world hegemony was impossible before the Industrial Revolution; Interpretation of the meaning of early modernity; Discussion on European hegemony.

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  • INDUSTRIAL revolution
  • MODERNISM (Christian theology)

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  • Enrique Dussel

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