Philosophy: Mexican-American Philosophy

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Mexican-American Philosophy

“Mexican American philosophy is best understood as an ethnic philosophy; that is, it is the philosophical work produced by the Mexican American ethnos. That Mexican Americans form an ethnos is not particularly difficult to establish. Mexican Americans are a distinct group of people who, like Latin Americans in general, were brought into existence by particular set of historical circumstances.” from Jose-Antonio Orosco, “The Philosophical Gift of Brown Folks: Mexican American Philosophy in the United States.” APA Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy (Spring 2016, Vol. 15:2), pg. 24

HIstory of Philosophy (General)

"The Philosophical Gift of Brown Folks: Mexican-American Philosophy in the United States." Jose-Antonio Orosco in American Philosophical Association Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy

Thought and Social Engagement in the Mexican-American Philosophy of John H. Haddox (online only). Carlos Alberto Sanchez


Cesar Chavez and the Common Sense of Non-Violence. Jose-Antonio Orosco

Marriott Library Special Collections HD6509.C48 O76 2008


Toppling the Melting Pot (online only). Jose-Antonio Orosco


Metaphysics + Epistemology

Phenomenology of Chicana Experience and Identity. Jacqueline Martinez

Marriott Library Level 2: General Collection PS153.M4 M37 2000


Old Town Liquor Dispute. Tomas Atencio

Marriott Library Special Collections F804.A3 A835 1985


Marriott Library Eccles Library Quinney Law Library