After some consideration, Carlos and I have decided to broaden the scope of the blog to include the various aspects of our work related to 20th century Mexican philosophy. Although the translation […]
Here’s a review of James Maffie’s Aztec Philosophy, which I just wrote for NDPR. Click on the last sentence.
Since this is a public forum, I’d like to ask the public for some input on an odd passage I found in Aurelia Valero Pie’s collection “Filosofia y Vocacion.” In […]
In his last post, Carlos talked about the hazards of endorsing “philosophy sín más,” or to put it his way, the value of pursuing “philosophy y más.” I agree with him […]
The pursuit of Mexican philosophy is a comparative project. As those of us engaged in mapping and interpreting the history of philosophical thought in Mexico are asked to define “Mexican […]
Common questions asked of us who teach and write on “Latin American” philosophy (or, in my case, “Mexican” philosophy) include the following (always asked in a somewhat passive-aggressive tone): What […]
Aside from our project, I’m supposed to be writing a review of Maffie’s Aztec Philosophy. But here was an interesting cross-reference that I thought was worth sharing and thinking more […]