workshop spring 2018

UCSD Spring 2018 Mexican Philosophy Conference
UCSD Philosophy Department Library & Seminar Room
Humanities and Social Sciences (H&SS) Building, 7th and 8th floors [map]
organizers: Clinton Tolley and Manuel Vargas

Thurs, May 31: philosophy library (H&SS 8th fl)
8:45-9:15am: welcome/coffee (Mandeville coffee cart) [map]
9:30-10:50am: roundtable discussion in PHIL 155: Mexican Philosophy (Solis 110) [map]
11am-1pm: campus tour and lunch
1-2:30pm: group discussion of Samuel Ramos, Profile of Man and Culture in Mexico
2:30-3pm: coffee break
3-4pm: Sofia Ortiz-Hinojosa (Vassar) “Virtue Epistemology in Sor Juana”
4:15-5:15pm: Robert Sanchez (Mt St Marys) “Reconstructing Ramos’s Philosophy of Mexican Culture”

Fri, June 1: philosophy seminar room (H&SS 7th fl)
9-9:30am: welcome/coffee (Mandeville coffee cart)
9:30-10:30am: Francisco Gallegos (Wake Forest) “‘The Spiritual Crisis of the United States: Jorge Portilla and the Phenomenology of Innocence”
10:30-11am: coffee break
11-noon Amy Oliver (American) “Leopoldo Zea on Mexican Potential, Mexican Consciousness, and Lo Mexicano”
12:30-2pm: lunch, conclusion

This conference is sponsored by the UCSD Mexican Philosophy Lab, the UCSD Department of Philosophy, and also very generously supported by the UCSD PATH/Mellon Foundation Grant and the Henry Allison Chair in the History of Philosophy.

questions/contact: ctolley [at] // mrvargas [at]