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L’argument d’autochtonie


Michel-Ange, Esclave inachevé

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L’une des éternelles accusations contre les sociétés coloniales blanches autour du globe – dans les Amériques, en Afrique, et aux Antipodes – est qu’elles sont moralement illégitimes parce que d’autres gens étaient là les premiers. C’est ce que j’appelle l’« argument d’autochtonie », du grec “αὐτόχθων”, signifiant « sortant du sol », c’est-à-dire indigène. D’après cet argument, les habitants d’origine d’un pays sont ses propriétaires légitimes (« découvreurs-gardeurs »), et c’est une violation de ces droits si d’autres peuples les  remplacent. Read more …

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El argumento de la pertenencia autóctona


Miguel Ángel, esclavo sin finalizar

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Una de las acusaciones perenes contra las sociedades coloniales blancas a lo largo del mundo –en américa, áfrica y las antípodas- es que son moralmente ilegítimas porque otros pueblos estaban ahí primero. Esto es lo que llamo el “argumento de la pertenencia autóctona”, del griego “αὐτόχθων,” queriendo decir “brotado de la tierra”, es decir, indígena. De acuerdo con este argumento, los habitantes originales de la tierra son sus verdaderos dueños (“el que encuentra se lo queda”), y es una violación a los derechos que otros pueblos los desplacen. Read more …

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The Autochthony Argument


Michelangelo, Unfinished Slave

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One of the perennial accusations against white colonial societies around the globe—in the Americas, Africa, and the Antipodes—is that they are morally illegitimate because other people were there first. This is what I call the “autochthony argument,” from the Greek “αὐτόχθων,” meaning “springing from the land,” i.e., indigenous. According to this argument, the original inhabitants of a land are its rightful owners (“finders-keepers”), and it is a violation of these rights for other peoples to displace them. Read more …

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