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Los textos politicos de Frantz Fanon reunidos en este volumen, abarcan el periodo mas activo de su vida -de a , fecha de su muerte-. Reagrupados por orden cronologico, estos escritos se han organizado en cinco partes, que hablan del colonizado, el racismo y la cultura de Argelia, de la liberacion de Africa y de la unidad africana.
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Los condenados de la tierra
The French-language title derives from the opening lyrics of " The Internationale ". Through critiques of nationalism and of imperialism , Fanon presents a discussion of personal and societal mental health , a discussion of how the use of language vocabulary is applied to the establishment of imperialist identities, such as colonizer and colonized , to teach and psychologically mold the native and the colonist into their respective roles as slave and master and a discussion of the role of the intellectual in a revolution. Fanon proposes that revolutionaries should seek the help of the lumpenproletariat to provide the force required to effect the expulsion of the colonists. In traditional Marxist theory , the lumpenproletariat are the lowest, most degraded stratum of the proletariat—especially criminals, vagrants and the unemployed—people who lack the class consciousness to participate in the anti-colonial revolution. Fanon applies the term lumpenproletariat to the colonial subjects who are not involved in industrial production, especially the peasantry , because, unlike the urban proletariat the working class , the lumpenproletariat have sufficient intellectual independence from the dominant ideology of the colonial ruling class, readily to grasp that they can revolt against the colonial status quo and so decolonize their nation. One of the essays included in The Wretched of the Earth is "On National Culture", in which Fanon highlights the necessity for each generation to discover its mission and to fight for it. The first section is entitled "On Violence".
Los Condenados de la Tierra