Mariano Picón Salas: triangulaciones del lugar americano 1930-1950
Keywords: 
pragmatismo
triangulación
Issue Date: 
2007
ISSN: 
0066-5215
Citation: 
Anuario Filosófico, 2007 (40), 343-350
Abstract
We introduce the work of Mariano Picón Salas (Venezuela, 1901- 1965), who tries to enlarge the Hispanoamerican tradition —historically focused on the web of transits/obstructions between Europe and Latin America— via a larger triangulation that includes the presence of the culture of the United States. His essays from the period 1930-1950 show how pragmati(ci)sm —understood in Peircean terms as a web of topological transfers of knowledge between the borders of culture— can help to provide a vision that encompasses America as a whole.
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