Alejandro Rossi

Philosopher, Award Winner

1932 – 2009

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Who was Alejandro Rossi?

Alejandro Rossi was a Mexican writer.

Alejandro Rossi wrote philosophical essays, short stories and the following books: Lenguaje y significado; Manual del Distraído Manual of the Absent-minded; Sueños de Occam; La fábula de Las Regiones, Edén: Vida imaginada. Ortega y Gasset in collaboration; he edited José Gaos' Anthology: Filosofía de la Filosofía. Rossi won the Premio Nacional de Lingüística y Literatura in 1999.

Rossi's writing is marked by a rich language that plays with generic definitions.

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Born
Sep 22, 1932
Florence
Also known as
  • Alejandro Francisco Rossi Guerrero
Nationality
  • Mexico
  • Venezuela
Profession
Education
  • University of Freiburg
  • University of Oxford
Lived in
  • Mexico City
    ( - 2009/06/05)
Died
Jun 5, 2009
Mexico City

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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