The importance of this book lies in its critical examination of the unfinished project of modernity. Developing a trans-modern tool the book entirely deals with human liberation in relation to the existential concern of identity, rationality and globality. An exterior interpretation and critic of modernity discloses a new perspective to challenge the irrational elements of our present system of globalization. As a reconstructive theme Liberation Philosophy quests for universal emancipation taking more than the 3/4 portion of global population as its own privileging agents. A “Trans-modern” theory of liberation has the target to maintain the emancipative interest of the Enlightenment assertion, but insisting that the socio-political and economic system of globalization calls for alternative philosophical traditions to assist and challenge the status quo. This sense of emancipation fundamentally works with our newly ethical interpretation of Karl Marx’s principle of transformation of the planet Earth. Again “Universal” emancipation of humanity seeks to preserve a true name of globality allowing pluriveral identities/ontology to engage in democratic polylogue.