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About Luis Garagalza

Luis Garagalza is Professor of Philosophy at the University of the Basque Country. His work focuses on the relations between philosophical hermeneutics, language, and cultural symbolism. Among his books are The Interpretation of Symbols, Introduction to Contemporary Hermeneutics, and, most recently, The Sense of Hermeneutics.
Latest Posts | By Luis Garagalza
Andrés Ortiz-Osés: Philosophy with a Soul
5 months ago

Andrés Ortiz-Osés: Philosophy with a Soul

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We will no longer encounter the unique writings of Andrés Ortiz-Osés on the pages of The Philosophical Salon. It’s a pity. A merciless illness marred the last years of his …
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Globalization, Progress, and Our Freedom
3 years ago

Globalization, Progress, and Our Freedom

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A paradoxical consequence of globalization in the realm of theory is that it has reconfirmed the hollowing out and final exhaustion of the idea of progress. Indeed, this idea had …
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The Dance of Hermeneutics
7 years ago

The Dance of Hermeneutics

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THE WORD hermeneutics alludes to a way of doing, or of saying, philo-sophy as a search for, rather than the possession of, wisdom. It has to do with a sophia (wisdom) …
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