Sanchez, Carlos Alberto
Preferred: (408) 924-7581
For Spring 2019, Friday 12-2 and by appointment.
PROFESSIONAL DOINGS AND ETCETERAS
Gradaute Advisor for the Department of Philospohy
Founding Member, Society for Mexican American Philosophy
Editor, American Philosophical Association's Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy,
- Philosopher of the Month, June 2017
- Interview with me for the APA Blog
- Why I study Mexican Philosophy in the APA Blog
- Introduction and Translation of Emilio Uranga in AEON Magazine.
- Essay on (M)existentialism in Philosophers Magazine.
- Essay on Narco-Culture in Radical Philosophy Magazine.
- University Scholar Lecture on Narco-Culture here.
- Doctor of Philosophy, Philosophy, Univ Of New Mexico Main Campus, New Mexico, United States, 2006
- Bachelor of Science, Advertising, San Jose State University, 1998
I was born in Southern Cal in 1975. I attended elementary school in Mexico (Michoacan); junior high and high school in King City, California, graduating in 1994. I received a Bachelors of Science from the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at San Jose State University in 1998, a Masters in Philosophy from the same place, and a PhD in Philosophy from The University of New Mexico, in Albuquerque, NM, in 2006. I have two sons, Julian Saul and Ismael Pascual--they are both incredibly rad!
My research deals primarily with Latin American philosophy and Hispanics/Latinos in the US. More specifically, in 2012 I published a book that explores the phenomenology of the Mexican philosopher Jorge Portilla (The Suspension of Seriousness: On the Phenomenology of Jorge Portilla, State University of New York Press, 2012); a more recent book treats of Mexican existentialism more generally (Contingency and Commitment: Mexican Existentialisma and the Place of Philosophy, State University of New York Press, 2016); papers in progress, forthcoming, or under review deal with issues in the philosophy of immigration, Latin American philosophy, post-modern conceptions of truth and subjectivity, the work of the Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset, and (with several colleagues in other institutions) the possibility of a Mexican-American philosophy (in some instances, these interest intersect).
- My Vitae
- College of Humanities & The Arts
- Department of Philosophy
- Mexican Philosophy Blog
- Link to my book, The Suspension of Seriousness (2012) on Amazon.com
- Review of my book in Portland Review of Books
- I am the current Editor of the APA Newsletter on Hispanic/Latino Issues in Philosophy
- Link to my newest book, Contingency and Commitment (2016), on Amazon.com
- Link to Review of Contingency and Committment in NDPR