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Contingency and commitment : Mexican existentialism and the place of philosophy


PREJUDICEVIOLENCEPORVENIRExistentialism as Pause and Occasion The Appropriations of el Grupo HiperionSETTING A TONE: JOAQUIN SANCHEZ MACGREGOR AND RICARDO GUERRAUnproblematic ReadingsMacgregor on Existential EthicsEMILIO URANGA AND MAURICE MERLEAU-PONTYA Purposeful ReadingEmbodiment and WorldThe Emotional SelfLessonsLUIS VILLORO ON SITUATIONAL EXISTENCEDie GrundfrageThe SituationImitation or Limitation?Philosophy in Suspicion: Villoro’s GaosJORGE PORTILLA’S READING OF NAUSEAThe NovelContingencyPortilla’s "Nostalgia for God”Reading BeyondCONCLUSIONDenying the Postmodern. Jorge Portilla on Reason, Unreason, and the Freedom of LimitsTHE VIOLENCE OF READING, AGAINREREADING RELAJOPOSTMODERN PREMONITIONSRELIGION AND PHILOSOPHYON THOMAS MANN, OR PORTILLA’S WILL TO REASONDisgusting MannThe Value of Instrumental ReasonRELIGIOUS EXISTENTIALISM, OR THE POSTMODERN DENIALCONCLUSIONThe Passion Dialectic. On Rootedness, Fervors, and AppropriationsZOZOBRAPHILOSOPHY AND THE IMPERIAL PASSIONA Philosophy of UneasinessTHE IMPERIAL PASSIONTHE PASSION THAT REFUSES ITSELFSUBALTERN FERVORFROM HESITATION TO CONTRADICTIONEMBRACING THE OSCILLATION: FROM ZEA TO DERRIDACONCLUSIONThe Mexican/American Challenge to Philosophy. Uranga and DeweyHEIDEGGER AND BEYONDMartin HeideggerAnd BeyondJOSE GAOS’S TRANSLATION OF DEWEY’S EXPERIENCE AND NATURE“THE PHILOSOPHY OF CONTINGENCY”Experience and NatureBack to PhilosophyCONCLUSION: HANDSOME DOESPhilosophy sin mas? Notes on the Value of Mexican Philosophy for Latino/a LifeLESSONSTOWARD A PHENOMENOLOGY OF THE LATINO/A EXPERIENCETHE CIRCUMSTANCE: LATINO/AS AS “OTHER”LO MEXICANO, LO LATINO: APPROPRIATING THE LESSONSEmilio Uranga on Insufficiency, Unwillingness, and DistrustDesganaGenerosityLiberationHarmony from Seriousness: More on PortillaTOWARD A LIBERATORY LATINO/A CONSCIOUSNESSSKETCH OF A LATINO/A PHILOSOPHY: PHILOSOPHY SIN MAS? NO. PHILOSOPHY Y MAS!CONCLUSION: PEACE, AT LAST?Bibliography
 
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