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  1. La filosofía griega y su legado: homenaje a Tomás Calvo Martínez.Tomás Calvo Martínez, Orden Jiménez, V. Rafael, Alberto Bernabé Pajares & Ignacio Pajón Leyra (eds.) - 2021 - Madrid: Guillermo Escolar Editor.
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  2. Nuevas perspectivas sobre la filosofía de Kant.Navarro Cordon, Juan Manuel, Orden Jiménez & V. Rafael (eds.) - 2016 - Madrid: Escolar y Mayo Editores.
     
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  3. Diotima o de la dificultad de enseñar filosofía.Orden Jiménez, V. Rafael, García Norro, Juan José & Emma Ingala Gómez (eds.) - 2016 - Madrid: Escolar y Mayo Editores.
     
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  4. Kant en nuestro tiempo.Orden Jiménez, V. Rafael, Navarro Cordon, Juan Manuel & Rogelio Rovira (eds.) - 2016 - Madrid: Biblioteca Nueva.
     
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    Translation and Revenge: Castilian and the Origins of Nationalism in the Philippines.Vicente L. Rafael - 1999 - Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture 3 (1):85-106.
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    Awake in America: Poetry and the Ghost of Democracy.Vicente L. Rafael - 2007 - Budhi: A Journal of Ideas and Culture 11 (1):1-10.
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    Nationalism, Imagery, and the Filipino Intelligentsia.Vicente L. Rafael - 1990 - Critical Inquiry 16 (3):591-611.
    To see nationalism as a cultural artifact is to argue against attempts at essentializing it. Anderson claims that nationalism can be better understood as obliquely analogous to such categories as religion and kinship. Membership in a nation draws on the vocabulary of filiation whereby one comes to understand oneself in relation to ancestors long gone and generations yet to be born. In addressing pasts and futures, nationalism resituates identity with reference to death, one’s own as well as others’. Herein lies (...)
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