Noesis 20 (40):50-69 (2011)

Jorge Ordóñez-Burgos
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
The historical-historiographical labor of José Fuentes Mares bases on specific definitions that try to room essential concepts, in order to response ground-philosophical questions like: What is the Man? What is the History? How could we read the presence of man in this world? What is the Estate? What are the purposes of Politics? Is there any relations between peoples´ indentity and their history? How do they live their own history? What is the West, and how is history built in this zone This last question has special meaning, enough reason to write our article.
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