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Juan Nuno

Juan Antonio Nuno Montes was a philosopher, writer and university professor.

After leaving Spain in 1947, Nuno settled in Venezuela where he studied philosophy at the Central University of Venezuela. In 1951 he studied at the University of Cambridge and the University of Paris. In 1962 he finished his doctoral degree under Juan David Garcia Bacca at the Central University of Venezuela and spent a year in Switzerland studying with Jozef Maria Bochenski. He was the chair of the Instituto de Filosofia de la UCV from 1975 to 1979. In 1976 he became a member of the International Institute of Philosophy of Unesco (Paris). He taught at the Universidad Complutense, University of Barcelona, University of Puerto Rico, Rio Piedras Campus, San Marcos University and the UNAM, where he founded the journal Critica of the Instituto de investigaciones Filosoficas.

Nuno's Essays

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Nuno's Essays

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