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. […]
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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 […]
There were some previous discussions in this blog about the role of women philosophers in the period of philosophical history that we’ve been focusing on these past couple of years. It is […]