Mexican philosophy in the 20th century : essential readings / Carlos Alberto Sánchez and Robert Eli Sanchez, Jr.
- New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017.
- Physical Description:
- 1 online resource
- Additional Creators:
- Sánchez, Carlos Alberto, 1975- and Sanchez, Robert Eli
- Oxford scholarship online: ezaccess.libraries.psu.edu
- Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Gabino Barreda and Contemporary Ideas (September 12, 1910) / Jose Vasconcelos -- ch. 2 Discourse at the Inauguration of the National University (September 22, 1910) / Justo Sierra -- ch. 3 Existence as Economy and as Charity: An Essay on the Essence of Christianity (1916) / Antonio Caso -- ch. 4 Neither Irrationalism nor Rationalism but Critical Philosophy (1928) / Jose Romano Munoz -- ch. 5 Twenty Years of Education in Mexico (1941) / Samuel Ramos -- ch. 6 The History of Philosophy in Mexico (1943) / Samuel Ramos -- ch. 7 The University Debate Between Antonio Caso and Vicente Lombardo Toledano (1933) -- ch. 8 Two Ideas of Philosophy (1940) / Jose Gaos -- ch. 9 My Two Cents: "American" Philosophy? (1942) / Jose Gaos -- ch. 10 Philosophy as Commitment (1952) / Leopoldo Zea -- ch. 11 Solitude and Communion (1948) / Luis Villoro -- ch. 12 The Major Moments of Indigenism in Mexico: Conclusion (1950) / Luis Villoro -- ch. 13 Essay on an Ontology of the Mexican (1951) / Emilio Uranga -- ch. 14 Community, Greatness, and Misery in Mexican Life (1949) / Jorge Portilla -- ch. 15 Art or Monstrosity (1960) / Edmundo O'Gorman -- ch. 16 On Feminine Culture (1950) / Rosario Castellanos -- ch. 17 Possibilities and Limitations of the Mexican (1958) / Jose Revueltas -- ch. 18 The X on the Brow: Some Reflections on Mexico (1952) / Alfonso Reyes -- ch. 19 The Problem of Truth (1960) / Abelardo Villegas.
- A collection of influential texts in Mexican philosophy, representing a period of Mexican thought and culture beginning with the Mexican Revolution and culminating in la filosofía de lo mexicano. The editors' introduction highlights the significance of this tradition as one that took seriously the question of Mexican national identity as a philosophical question.
- 9780190601331 (ebook)
- Audience Notes:
- Previously issued in print: 2017.
- Bibliography Note:
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
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