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The development in Argentina and Mexico was much faster, and analytic philosophy had matured in the two countries by the s. The development of analytic philosophy in Latin America since its introduction over the past sixty years has been impressive not only in the originality of many of the contributions, but also in the international impact that philosophers who live and work in the region have achieved.
For centuries, since colonial times, Latin America was merely a receptor of philosophy produced in mxynez regions. Unlike what happened in Argentina, Mexico, like Brazil, had consistent state policies that encouraged young scholars to pursue graduate studies abroad with the commitment to return to work in their own country.
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The first publications in the area appeared in the 70s. In Costa Rica, Claudio Gutierrez published papers in the area of philosophy of logic, epistemology, philosophy of language and philosophy of mind. In the first strictly analytic journal in Spanish is founded: The claim defended by many analytic philosophers in the region was that teaching philosophy should promote original philosophical thinking rather than merely reproducing the philosophical developments of others.
There has been significant contributions regarding the nature and practice of philosophy when a tradition is introduced and institutionalized in a given region, several public and private institutions founded to guide philosophical practice, and professionalism developed.
Carlos Nino is one of the youngest members of the Law School tradition, and he played an influential role in both practical philosophy and the institutional history of Argentina. The development of analytic philosophy was more limited in other countries where there were only isolated figures who, in many cases, left no students.
This does not mean that analytic philosophers from Latin America do not share links to the wider community of European and Anglo-Saxon analytic philosophers.
In the case of theoretical philosophy, most research in Latin America was not originated by local thoughts or interests, but by the influence of philosophers abroad, i. In the first half of the twentieth century, several Mexican philosophers, themselves not analytic philosophers strictly speaking, introduced a series of formal tools, texts, and themes of analytic philosophy in the country.
His research [ 4 ] focused on the philosophy of logic and language, including the work of Russell, Frege, Quine, Kripke, and others. Problemas y discusionesBuenos Aires: Three recent discussions in this area are fundamental. Rabossi wrote on many issues.
In this work he was concerned with the methodology and validity of sociology, history, economics, anthropology, psychology and psychoanalysis, as well as the structure and predictive possibilities of the various theories. For reasons of space those philosophers with Latin American roots who developed their philosophical work outside this area will be excluded.
T can be formalized within TQ i. There were also more Venezuelans working within the analytic tradition at this time, including Rafael Burgos Wittgenstein and ontology and Pedro Lluberes ontology and philosophy of science. A number of lawyers and experts in the foundations of law introduced formal developments as well as analytic tools developed within ordinary language philosophy to study of the language of law.
Centro de Estudios Constitucionales. That is why the Mexican philosophical communities are held together by institutions such as the IIF-UNAM, unlike in Argentina where the student-advisor relation is essential to the consolidation of philosophical communities.
On the contrary, many of them have been educated outside of Latin America, engage in work that goes beyond the Latin American context and forge important ties with Anglo-Saxon and European academic communities. In the majority of cases the philosophical ideas proposed are not in dialogue exclusively with other members of the Latin American community, but with the broader international community.
Chile shows a certain isolation. The Mexican philosophical community was involved in the process that led to this change. It is remarkable that W. Moreover, globalization and increased resources of the area have enabled Latin American philosophers to be more closely connected to each other, which favors the development of a Latin American philosophical community. The issue of teaching philosophy is entrenched with the conception of philosophizing itself.
The first article in Spanish about analytic philosophy of language—more specifically, about the private language argument—was published by Alejandro Rossi, who is of Italian and Venezuelan roots but developed his research in Mexico.
Analytic philosophy appeared in Argentina in the mid-twentieth century in two very different areas: La validez del conocimiento en ciencias socialesBuenos Aires: In a similar vein, Gracia argues that sociological considerations play an important role in distinguishing analytic philosophy from other methods of philosophy: SimpsonBuenos Aires: In the second half of the twentieth century, however, the debate around the idea of an authentic Latin American philosophy was clearly settled [ 60 ]and both these political and academic movements, together with analytic philosophy which usually focuses on garcka and arguments grcia than on figures and theorieshelped question the traditional academic practices in the region.
Our consideration of analytic philosophy is not limited to work involving conceptual analysis. Hansberg,La Naturaleza de la Experiencia Vol. His deep knowledge and enthusiasm for the foundations of mathematics, methodology of natural sciences, the foundations of psychoanalysis and the history of science left a deep impression on his students.
Casa de la cultura. In the case of analytic philosophy in Latin America, we must add two other family traits to the above list; these traits distinguish the ways in which philosophy is practiced in Latin America from how it is practiced in other parts of the world.