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By Stefan Gandler

In Critical Marxism in Mexico, Stefan Gandler, coming from the culture of the Frankfurt college, finds the contributions that Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and Bolívar Echeverría have made to common concept. whereas in recent years Latin the US has taken its distance from worldwide strength facilities, and reorganised its political and low in cost relatives, in philosophy a similar tendency is only noticeable. This booklet is a contribution to the reorganisation of foreign philosophical dialogue, with severe concept because the element of departure.
Despite having studied in Europe, the place philosophical Eurocentrism continues to be virulent, Gandler opens his eyes to a different culture of modernity and provides an account at the lifestyles and philosophy of Adolfo Sánchez Vázquez and Bolívar Echeverría, former senior facultu contributors on the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). 
 

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Líster 1966, p. 66. In his detail-rich eyewitness report, Líster mentions Sánchez Vázquez by name: ‘The names of Miguel Hernández, Herrera Petere, Adolfo S.  of the 11th Division and the 5th Army Corps’. 42 Sánchez Vázquez, letter to the author, Mexico City, 22 February 1991, p. 1. On Sánchez Vázquez’s role in the Civil War, see Álvarez 1989, for example, pp. 133–5. See also in this regard Sánchez Vázquez 1970, p. 490. 43 Sánchez Vázquez 1985a, p. 12. 44 See, for example, Líster 1966, pp. 140–1 and Sánchez Barbudo 1975.

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