SEP: “Philosophy in Mexico”

Recently, Guillermo Hurtado of the Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas at UNAM asked me to co-author the 2020 update of his 2016 entry “Philosophy in Mexico” for the Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. As some of you may know, a lot has changed in four short years, and our update may end up being substantial. There are new translations of Mexican philosophy, as well as a number of articles and books dedicated to the development of philosophy in Mexico or to Mexican philosophers, and we hope to make our new entry as comprehensive and objective as possible.

So we are inviting you to help us expand our bibliography and make suggestions for how we might improve the 2020 version. If you’ve written something related to philosophy in Mexico, or know of something that isn’t in the bibliography but should be, please let us know. Also, if you have suggestions for how to change the structure or content, perhaps something to add or subtract, please let us know as well.

Of course we can always add something once we’ve published the new update, but ideally we’ll include all there is to include before our deadline. So please let us know as soon as possible if you’d like us to consider a revision.

One response to “SEP: “Philosophy in Mexico”

  1. Hola Robert,

    He estado leyendo algunas entradas del blog. Me entusiasma que se incluya la cuestión de la traducción, que es tan importante. He estudiado un poco al respecto, pero en sentido inverso, esto es, la traducción de filosofía al español en México entre 1940 y 1970. Hace dos años publiqué mi trabajo al respecto en Traducción y filosofía en México: 1940-1970. CDMX: Bonilla Artigas, 2018. Tal vez sirva para la actualización de la entrada sobre filosofía mexicana de la Stanford Encyclopedia.

    Saludos,

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