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Vasconcelos of Mexico
At the time of his death in June, 1959, Jose Vasconcelos, whose endeavors in his native Mexico ranged from politics and education to philosophy and letters, was accorded a position of eminence among Latin American philosophers by his fellow Latin Americans. The Mexican philosopher Agustin Basave, for example, speaks of Vasconcelos as "the legitimate glory of the Spanishspeaking world," noting that he is the genius of Spanish America. However, outside this orbit the scholarly world has showndoi:10.7560/736887-001 fatcat:h7wgrn7jobebferfjhu3aur43a