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  1. Espacios, imágenes y vectores.

    Cabo, Mariana de

  2. Entrevista a Juan Vázquez (Editorial Retazos, Argentina)

    Martínez Cabrera, Erika

  3. Filosofía y política en los momentos “fundacionales”. Una mirada retrospectiva junto a Hannah Arendt

    Pérez Tapias, José Antonio
    The relationships between Philosophy and Politics are characterized by both tensions and rapprochements. That was the case in Ancient Greece, where Philosophy was born as a new practice of reason, while it opened up the space for Athenian democracy. Such leading figures as Socrates and Plato, so related but different at the same time, show different nuances when addressing the relationship between Philosophy and Politics, between the knowledge of truth and a political reality which alternates abuse of power and citizen participation. A common thread remains as the Socratic-Platonic legacy: the idea of justice governing political order and citizenship education....

  4. Del español del norte al panhispanismo: un viaje trasatlántico de ida y vuelta

    Aguila Escobar, Gonzalo
    This work aims to recover the origins of panhispanism and to highlightthe copernican revolution in current studies represented by the changefrom an eurocentric look, or northern spanish, to other varieties like thespanish from America. We want to show the importance of the change ofmentality from the one linked to a restricted interpretation that explainedall the spanish from a single point of view or variety considered originaland authentic, to an idea of the variations in spanish in conditionsof equality in all its manifestations, whether from Valladolid, Zahara dela Sierra, Guanajuato or Macondo (sic).

  5. Posibilidades didácticas de la escritura digital ubicua en la aplicación WhatsApp Messenger

    Cremades, Raúl; Maqueda Cuenca, Eugenio; Onieva Morales, Juan Luis
    Although it shares many features with textism –writing throughSMS–, ubiquitous digital writing –on instant messaging applications likeWhatsApp– is an evolved written communication mode especially determinedby the possibility of enriching the speech with audiovisual andiconic content. After defining the essential features of the new register,are addressed in this article the main linguistic risks and benefits of usingWhatsApp, and some proposals and successful learning experiencesthrough mobile learning with this app. Some keys are set up in as conclusionsnot to exclude from the curriculum or teaching practice a tool withsuch educational potential arise.

  6. La emancipación intelectual en la sociedad digital: El maestro ignorante de Rancière en nuestros días

    Romero Frías, Esteban; Magro Mazo, Carlos
    In The Ignorant Schoolmaster, Jacques Rancière question the knowledge transmission model from schoolmaster to student. Rancière/Jacotot challenged explanation as an educational method and redefined the role of the actors in the educational process. On one hand, the schoolmaster cease to be mediator between text and student to become facilitator of learning; on the other hand, student is not anymore an ignorant intelligence to become the main character of his/ her own learning.Our paper makes a new reading of The Ignorant Schoolmaster in the light of digital society. The emancipatory message of Rancière shed new light on current problems: such as,...

  7. Poesía y disenso: un acercamiento a partir de la estética de Th. W. Adorno

    Benéitez Andrés, Rosa
    The political character of poetry has been defined by two far-reaching comprehensive frames of great breadth in our culture: “contents” and propagandistic view of poetry. The oppositions and criticisms of these two approaches are numerous and well known, but the alternatives are even today, almost an exception. One of them which stands out is the aesthetic theory that Th. W. Adorno developed throughout his life's work and. Hence, an approach to Adorno's thinking on the issue of public and private subject in lyrical poetry is presented here in order to introduce a conception of poetry that dissents from heteronomous and...

  8. La Aufklärung, desacuerdo y lo político en Jacques Rancière y Michel Foucault

    Fallas vargas, Fabrizio
    This paper explores the main tasks of critical research, which according to a negative dialectial reading of Rancière/Foucault link, targets the actuality of Kant’s question and the question of philosophy. What is Critique? Why Philosophy? What is Thinking today? This in order to deploy the central conflicts and affinities between the two philosophers, articulated within this rigorous and unruly reflective experience that we call philosophy and it s privileged field in the case of both theoretical and conceptual universes, namely: the object of politics.

  9. Rancière, una filosofía estética impolíticamente política

    van Wees, Jan Philipp
    In the following essay we offer an interpretation of Rancière’s thought. We do this in three steps: at first we sustain the systematic character of Rancière’s esthetic philosophy in particular and of his philosophy in general. We then locate the genesis of this theory within the discussion with the politicization of art. To end with the truly political reading that follows from Rancière’s philosophy.

  10. De herencias y nuevos comienzos: repetición, reescritura y subjetividad en Mi antagonista

    Maccioni, Laura
    This article aims to examine how the cuban writer Antón Arrufat (1935) understands the relationship between time, revolution and subjectivity in his first novel, Mi antagonista (1963). We propose that if the State discourse imagines revolution as the inaugural page of a history to be written by a new man, Arrufat, on the contrary, conceives it as a work of rewriting, as an experimentation to be done by the heir with the materials of his inheritance. The novel studied here suggests that this rewriting work transforms and renew not only the inheritance but the heir himself, given that he was...

  11. «La parte de los crímenes» en 2666: la visibilización del concepto «feminicidio» como política de la literatura

    Cabrera García, Elisa
    This article focuses on the politics of literature and political aesthetics, in light of the literary theories of Jacques Ranciere, with an analysis of the chapter “La parte de los crímenes”, featured in 2666 (2004), written by Roberto Bolaño. This work can be read as a literary form of the “Femicide theory”. This concept, coined by Jill Radford and Diana Russel, has been adopted and developed by Latin-American academics, who grant it its present global status. In support of these theories, an analysis of Roberto Bolaños literary corpus is made, detailing the essential characteristics and methods with which the literary...

  12. Políticas de la lectura: los personajes de Don Quijote como comunidades interpretativas

    Malfatti, Sarah
    The aim of this paper is focused in analysing the practice of reading in the Cervantine novel, through the study of the interpretative practices of the readers depicted by the author in the novel. We can define these groups of characters as interpretive communities, following the definition given by Stanley Fish within the reader-oriented literary criticism. These historically and socially determined communities, with their own appropriation and comprehension mechanisms, usually apply, spread and establish as “normal” a particular interpretation that cannot overlook the limitations of a legitimate and no-arbitrary reading.

  13. El arte de la alucinación. Imágenes del tiempo en la obra de José Hierro

    Santamaría, Alberto
    In this paper we try to analize the question of the “time” in poetry of José Hierro. Firtsly, we will tackle the conections between poetry and history in his work. Secondly, we will study differents aspects of his poetry: past, anachrony, hallucination…

  14. 2. Sophocle, I, Antigone. — Sophocle, Satyres sur la piste, traductions par M Dém. Sarros

    Roussel, Louis

  15. 1. Δ. Μ. Σαρρου. Κατάλογος τῶν χειρογράφων τοῦ ἐν Κωντταντινουπόλει ἑλληνίκοῦ φιλολογικοῦ συλλόγου. Μέρος Β (extr. de l'Annuaire de la Société des Études Byzantines, IX, 1932, p. 129- 172)

    Guilland, Rodolphe

  16. Bulletin papyrologique XIII (1933)

    Collart, Paul

  17. Le génitif substitué au datif en grec

    Pernot, Hubert

  18. Notes sur Aristophane et sur deux passages d'une inscription chrétienne d'Asie-Mineure

    Coulon, Victor

  19. Remarques sur les sculptures monumentales du sanctuaire d'Aléa Athéna à Tégée. II. Le côté oriental du temple

    Picard, Charles

  20. 58. Peyre (Henri). Louis Ménard (1822-1901) (Yale romanic studies V)

    Séchan, Louis

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