Volume 6, 2006

ISSN 1538-5795

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Outstanding Issues in Zubirian Philosophy for the 21st Century

Using Zubiri to Re-think Carl Jung on "Emotional Reality"
Theo Cope

Realidad "Y" Tiempo
Ricardo Espinosa Lolas

Beyond Nomological, Hermeneutic, and Dialectical Knowledge: Zubiri's Radicalization of Scholastic Realism and the Hidden Ground of the Human-Social Sciences
Manuel Mejido Costoya

On the Very Problem of the Problem of God in Zubiri and Unamuno
Brad Elliott Stone

Realidad y Cosa-Sentido en la filosofía de Xavier Zubiri
Juan José García

History of Zubiri Studies and Activities in North America
Thomas B. Fowler

La compresión como fuerza personal constitutiva en el proceso histórico
Pedro A. Reyes Linares

Book Review

Call for papers


Editorial Review Board for Volume 6

Thomas Fowler, President, Xavier Zubiri Foundation of North America, Washington, DC, USA
Brad Elliott Stone, Professor of Philosophy, Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, California, USA
Xavier Sotil Baylos, Former Rector, Seminario "Redemptoris Mater", Brasilia, Brazil
Guillerma Díaz Muñoz, Professor of Philosophy, Institute of Madrid, Spain
Ricardo Espinosa Lolas, PProfessor of Philosophy, Pontifical Catholic University of Valparaiso, Valparaiso, Chile
Gary Gurtler, S.J., Professor of Philosophy, Boston College, Boston, MA, USA


Special thanks to Mr. Robert J. Todd, whose generous contributions to the Foundation have made this issue of the Review possible


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Information for Contributors

The Xavier Zubiri Review is always seeking quality manuscripts on Zubiri’s philosophy for publication.  Please see the “Call for Papers” of this issue for further information regarding manuscript submission.


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