The author of this amazing article is my good friend, Professor Stephanie Merrim from Brown University. The article appears in the current issue of Revista Canadiense de Estudios Hispánicos, vol. […]
A new book by myself and Francisco Gallegos on Jorge Portilla is out on hardcover. The paperback should be coming out soon. Look for that.
In “Notas para un estudio del mexicano,” Uranga introduces the worry that Mexican life and experience—i.e., lo mexicano—may somehow overwhelm its concept—i.e., “lo mexicano,” making it impossible for a “philosophy […]
I was fortunate enough to have edited a very special issue of the Journal Genealogy, titled “New Directions in Latinx/Latin American Philosophy.” Check it out here. Article and Contributors 1.”Gloria […]
In “Notas para un estudio del mexicano,” Uranga makes a first effort at clarifying his methodological commitments. He writes in the first paragraph: After two months of daily lectures on […]
Introduction Emilio Uranga’s (1921-1988) phenomenological method is informed by confrontations with Edmund Husserl, Martin Heidegger, and the French phenomenological tradition. With it, Uranga seeks to grasp the “essence” of Mexican […]
Although we’ve been gone for a bit, we continue the work of translation and of normalizing Mexican philosophy. In the past, this blog has served as a space to air […]
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!