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!
Prelude: this is strictly my experience of teaching Mexican philosophy to graduate students at San Jose State University. While this experience can be generalized, I make no such claim. These […]
The Mexican Idea of Death* by Emilio Uranga ©1950 Original Translation by Carlos Alberto Sánchez ©2017** One of the more direct and immediate expressions of our style of life is […]
It has been 10 years since the conference that celebrated John H. Haddox’s 50 years at UTEP and, ultimately, gave occasion to a volume of essays inspired by his work […]
We read the last few lines of El Plan de Ayala: “no somos personalistas, somos partidarios de los principios y no de los hombres.” Here, more than anywhere else, we […]