Diánoia

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List of Papers (Total 31)

Pobres diablos: José Gaos, John Dewey y la metafísica made in USA (segunda parte)

The purpose of this work is a reconsideration of one of the most relevant and provocative readings of John Dewey written in the Hispanic World. In the first part I reconstructed the circumstances which surrounded the publicity, interpretation and translation of John Dewey's works in Mexico during the middle 1940's, particularly the reasons why the sociological reading of Dewey...

El papel de la imaginación en La memoria, la historia, el olvido de Paul Ricœur

Several interpreters have recognized the importance of productive imagination in Ricœur's work, but most of them have focused their research on his works of the 1970s and 1980s. I want to argue that imagination has also a central role in Memory, History, Forgetting. My hypothesis is that this notion articulates the different moments of the work, mainly those related to...

La metafísica modal de Leibniz: su fundamentación de la contingencia hacia 1686 y su concepción integral de madurez

If God is the sufficient reason for this world, then it seems to follow that every event is a necessary consequence of a necessary being. in order to avoid this conclusion, Leibniz states, during the 1670's, a modal conception that grounds contingency on a logical feature which is intrinsic to the ideas of things: the possibility of conceiving the opposite idea without...

Significados no intencionales: de la exclusión a la inclusión

Gricean pragmatics is one of the mainstreams in philosophy of language and linguistics. it has been instrumental in fully understanding fundamental aspects of intentional communication. However, this theoretical tradition has not been especially concerned with the transmission and recognition of unintentional meanings, for example meanings evoked by Freudian slips, unintended...

Discurso falso y literatura en Platón: Una discusión a partir de R. II 376d-379a

This paper attempts to elucidate the meaning of the controversial Platonic statement in relation to the peculiarity in the literary accounts which, in spite of being false, contain at the same time certain truths (R. II 377a6). Furthermore, there seems to be contradiction in the fact that Plato critiques those writings and still proposes using others equally false. I analyze...

Sobre la intencionalidad secundaria de las emociones

This article outlines a phenomenological map of affectivity, based on the classification proposed by Scheler. Two faculties are distinguished: "affective perception" (Fühlen) -which is intentional and aims to values- and "emotional states" (Gefühlszustände) -which lack the strict intentionality of affective perception-. Classic emotions are included in emotional states and...

Réplica a "Cómo evaluar las argumentaciones judiciales

In this paper the author examines Manuel Atienza's ideas on how to evaluate judicial argumentation. One of the highlights of his work is the assertion that in every area of the law the marking criteria are different. The critique of this paper focuses on denying that the criteria used for the judiciary are different from the criteria governing lawyers' arguments. While the...