OTHER ZUBIRI SITES AND SITES OF RELATED INTEREST
This is the web site of the Fundación in Madrid, recently inaugurated. It contains biographical and bibliographical data on Zubiri, and also a discussion forum. For e-mail communication with the Fundación in Madrid, please use firstname.lastname@example.org.
This site contains Dr. Hernáez' doctoral dissertation on Zubiri's theory of respectivity, as well as some interesting articles on Zubiri.
This site contains much useful information, including an analytical index to Zubiri’s works and a reading guide to Inteligencia y realidad. The site is named in part for Ignacio Ellacuria (1930-1989), a Jesuit who was a close associate of Zubiri living in El Salvador and serving as rector of the Central American University in El Salvador. Ellacuria was an advocate of the so-called "Liberation Theology"; he was killed apparently for his political beliefs. Without wishing to offend our colleagues in Managua, who labor under difficult circumstances, we must advise readers that some of the material at this site seeks to link Zubiri with some form or other of liberation theology—a link which most Zubiri scholars in the U.S. reject as spurious. Readers may, of course, judge that for themselves; the purpose of the Internet, after all, is to facilitate communication of ideas, not censorship. We invite your comments on this subject. It is certain, however, that Zubiri, ever the Olympian thinker, did not engage in political activity or ideological disputes. The primary thrust of his philosophy is metaphysics and his theory of the intelligence, and this should be the focus of any study of his work.
This site is dedicated to contemporary writers in Spain, Latin America, and South America. It is currently under construction by Professor J. L. Gomez-Martinez of the University of Georgia, and includes material on Zubiri.
A site which links to many fine philosophical resources, managed by Peter Suber, professor of Philosophy at Earlham College.
This site, managed by Thomas Ryan Stone, has links to innumerable internet philosophy resources. It is very useful and highly recommended.
A useful reference resource, with links to many other sites having on-line texts.
Guide to philosophy resources in Spanish, including texts, interest groups, and journals.