DIRECTORY

ANTONIO ZIRIÓN QUIJANO | HONORARY PRESIDENT

Zirión Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

PhD in Philosophy (UNAM, 2000). Full Time Associate Proffesor at the Institute for Philosophical Research. Since 1991, he is on charge of a german-spanish dictionary of Husserl terminology, Diccionario Husserl / Husserl Wörterbuch (alemán/español), and the project of characteristic expressions in passages of Husserl’s works. He is also on charge of the project of the Multilingual Husserl’s Translation Glossary-Guide. Since August, 1997, he coordinates the edition of the Jose Gaos complete works collection published by the UNAM (in sustitution of Fernando Salmeron, who was on charge of the collection until he passed away in may, 1997). He is founder member, and Chair for the Mexico Section, and in charge of the electronic site of the Círculo Latinoamericano de Fenomenología, founded in 1999. He is translator of several works of Husserl.


ESTEBAN MARÍN ÁVILA | ACADEMIC DIRECTION

Esteban Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana

PhD in Philosophy from Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), has studied the work of Edmund Husserl with the aim of making original philosophy in the framework of transcendental phenomenology. The title of his Doctoral dissertation is Del acto social al deber social. Bases fenomenológicas para una ética social y política (From the Social Act to the Social Duty. Phenomenological Foundations for Social and Political Ethics). He has published short stories, articles and translations of philosophical texts, as well as history textbooks for elementary school. He has lectured at several national and international forums, such as the Husserl Archive at Leuven, the University of Cologne, and Loyola University of Chicago. He has done research stays in Germany at the Husserl Archive of Cologne and at the Bergische Universität Wuppertal. Dr. Marín Ávila teaches at Universidad La Salle de México and coordinates a seminar devoted to the study and discussion of Husserl’s works at Instituto de Investigaciones Filosóficas of Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM). He is also undertaking a postdoctoral research stay at the Sociology Department of Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana – Azcapotzalco (UAM-A). His current research is centered in human rights. He is member of the Mexican National System of Researchers (SNI).


IGNACIO QUEPONS RAMÍREZ | RESEARCH

NachoUniversidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Ph.D. National and Autonomous University of Mexico. From 2014 to 2016 worked as Instructor and Postdoctoral Research Fellow at Seattle University, with support of the National Council for Science and Technology (CONACYT). From 2006 to 2010 worked as Lecturer at the Philosophy Department and the Fine Arts School of the San Nicolás de Hidalgo University of Michoacan. From 2011 to 2012 developed a Research Fellowship at the University of Cologne with support of the German Agency for Academic Exchange (DAAD). Currently is ordinary member of the Latin-American Circle of Phenomenology. His current research is devoted to the genetic analysis of the constitution of value and recently; he also works in the development of a phenomenological account of moral emotions emphasizing the importance of the experience of vulnerability and violence.
REcent publications:
— “Intentionality of moods and horizon consciousness in Husserl´s Phenomenology”, M. Ubiali, M. Wehrle (eds.), Feeling and Value, Willing and Action, Phaenomenologica 216, Springer, 2015
DOI 10.1007/978-3-319-10326-6_6 / READ ARTICLE
— “Horizonte y temple de ánimo en la fenomenología de Husserl”, Dianoia, Revista de Filosofía Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México. Volumen LXI, número 76, mayo 2016 / READ-DOWNLOAD ARTICLE (PDF)


MARCELA VENEBRA MUÑOZ | EDITORIAL

Venebra Universidad Nacional Autónoma del Estado de México

Researcher and professor in the Facultad de Humanidades of the Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México. Member of the Sistema Nacional de Investigadores and editorial director of the Acta Mexicana de Fenomenología. Marcela Venebra is graduated in 2016 as PHD in Philosophy by the Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México; she has a Master in Philosophy by the same University and a Pre-Degree in Etnology by the Escuela Nacional de Antropología e Historia. She has published several papers in journals as Escritos de Filosofía and Investigaciones Fenomenológicas and has been speaker in congresses in national and foreign universities as the Universitat de Valencia, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional, Colombia, Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia, Spain, and the Universidad Católica de Buenos Aires, Argentina. Philosophy of Culture, Anthropology and Phenomenology are her main research areas from her first studies until her current works.
Recent publications: La reforma fenomenológica de la antropología (Phenomenological reform of Anthropology), Aula de Humanidades, Bogotá, 2016.


SERGIO PÉREZ GATICA | INTERNATIONAL ACADEMIC RELATIONS

Segio Universität zu Köln, Alemania

Master of Arts in Philosophy, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México, is currently a doctoral student and DAAD-CONACYT scholarship holder in Germany. Since 2013, first at the Institut für Phänomenologische Forschung of the Bergische Universität Wuppertal (2013-2014), and thereafter at the Husserl-Archiv of the University of Cologne, he works on a systematization of Husserl´s program of a phenomenological First Philosophy as a Form of basic research. From 2010 to 2012, he taught Philosophy in different institutions in Mexico, among them the Facultad de filosofía y letras (UNAM) and the Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey. He is cofounder of the Centro Mexicano de Investigaciones Fenomenológicas (CEMIF) and of the Seminar of Basic Studies in Transcendental Phenomenology (SEBFT) at the Institute for Philosophical Research, UNAM. Additionally he is member of the Latin American Circle of Phenomenology (CLAFEN) since 2009.
His most recent publication “‘Ayxa sk’ujol: ¿filosofar al margen de Grecia?” presents an application of the phenomenological intentional analysis to the problem of the intercultural philosophical dialog, specifically in the framework of a debate between phenomenological philosophy and the worldview of an indigenous people from Mexico, namely the Maya-Tojolabal. In: Marcela Venebra y Ángel Jiménez Lecona (eds.), Antropología y Fenomenología. Reflexiones sobre historia y cultura, CONACULTA, INAH, ENAH, México, 2015, pp. 149-171. ISBN: 978-607-484-731-4.


ERNESTO GUADARRAMA NAVARRO | ACADEMIC PLANNING

Ernesto Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

Ernesto Guadarrama has a Bachelor degree at Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana. He has developed MA studies at Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México and studies in Advanced Masters at Catholic University of Leuven. He works as lecturer in Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana and Centro Universitario de Integración Humanística. Currently is member of the Seminar of Basic Studies of Transcendental Phenomenology and the International Association of Phenomenology and Cognitive Science. His main research topics in phenomenology are time conscioussness, intersubjectivity and education.


ASSOCIATE STUDENTS

Facultad de Humanidades
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Fernanda Itzel Gómez
Christian Ramos García
Verónica Medina Rendón
María Cervantes Oliveros