A regular criticism of our anthology – nicely articulated in an upcoming NDPR review – is that there are almost no women in it. We’ve acknowledged this criticism before and […]
Lately I find myself returning to Neruda’s line: “Tonight I can write the saddest lines.” But I’m not thinking about lost love, but something closer to the loss of innocence. […]
Robert and I are proud to share our latest effort, an Introduction and Commentary of Emilio Uranga’s “Essay on the Ontology of the Mexican,” which originally appears in our Mexican Philosophy […]
I’m done translating a text that I’ve always wanted to translate Emilio Uranga’s Analisis del ser del mexicano. There will no longer be an excuse to ignore this supremely important philosopher. […]
Congratulations to Robert for his APA Blog interview. Check it out here!
We would just like to share the following article by Guillermo Hurtado about our Mexican Philosophy in the 20th Century: Essential Readings. https://www.razon.com.mx/la-filosofia-mexicana-del-otro-lado-de-la-frontera/ A special thanks to Hurtado for his ongoing […]
We are happy to announce that we are funded to organize the 3rd Biennial Binational Conference on Mexican Philosophy. Some of you may remember that I hosted the first at the […]