But what, then, is a journal? What is its purpose? In the academic context, the answer would seem relatively straightforward. The purpose of a journal is to invite contributors to share […]
Recently Carlos and I announced our next joint project (see my last post) – the second installment of our translation project. Today we want to announce a new joint project […]
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!