La revista "History of European Ideas" publica un número monográfico sobre María Zambrano coeditado por Antolín Sánchez Cuervo (IFS)
Mari Paz Balibrea, Francis Lough y Antolín Sánchez Cuervo (IFS, CCHS-CSIC) editores de un número monográfico de la revista History of European Ideas, titulado “María Zambrano amongst the philosopers”.
As the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) came to an end, hundreds of thousands of Spaniards who had opposed the military rebellion which initiated the war and remained loyal to the democratically elected government were forced into exile. Amongst them was the philosopher María Zambrano (1904-1991). While little known to an English-speaking readership, she represents a unique voice engaging with some of the fundamental problems of our times. Her life was marked, like that of her contemporaries Benjamin, Husserl, Arendt, Patočka, Adorno, Lacan, Derrida and Blumenberg by the crisis of modernity culminating in the two World Wars. Her work is part of the same philosophical debates, currents and problems facing the Europe of her time. The aim of the volume María Zambrano amongst the philosophers, introduced in this article, is to focus on the links between Zambrano’s thought and a wide range of themes and ideas associated with these other European thinkers. A summary of Zambrano’s main philosophical concepts and preoccupations is also offered to help the reader situate the translated anthology of texts by the philosopher included in the volume.
Eds: Mari Paz Balibrea, Francis Lough y Antolín Sánchez Cuervo (2018): “María Zambrano amongst the philosopers”. En: History of European Ideas, Vol. 44, - Special Issue: 7