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Edvard Zeind Palafox

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Edvard Zeind Palafox   es Redactor Publicitario – Planner, Licenciado en Mercadotecnia y Publicidad (UNIMEX), con una Maestría en Mercadotecnia (con Mención Honorífica en UPAEP). Es Catedrático de tiempo completo, ha participado en congresos como expositor a nivel nacional.

Artículos Publicados

Nermina’s Chance, un libro de raigambre judía

Leía la nueva novela de Dina Greenberg (Universidad de Pennsylvania), amiga mía, rotulada Nermina’s Chance (1), y “pari passu”, o paralelamente, leía Cuatro historiadores de Indias, un tomito del magno historiador Edmundo O’Gorman, que...

The Iliad is an army of warlike miracles disguised as men who sing...

The philosophy of Immanuel Kant is useful to knit literary readings. With some Kantian principles and without ancient erudition we have attained hermeneutic conclusions on Homer, conclusions which coincide with the Homeric opinions of...

Diez sonetos de Shakespeare

En el penúltimo artículo (Four Modes of Translation Without Inspiration, Diario judío, 6 de agosto de 2021) que redacté dije que hay cuatro maneras de traducir textos, a saber: la orientada a transmitir información,...

Four modes of translation without inspiration

A translator is just a field worker, and not an artist. A translator must have in mind the next axioms, namely: 1) the perceptions of the average man are singular; 2) the reproductions of...

Logical Patterns and Poetic Metaphors

The “logical thinker”, as Borges affirms (1), can find “patterns” in poetic metaphors. I will try to indicate some logical patterns in eight books. I have reread an Hispanic, classic book, called Martín Fierro, and...

Moby Dick is Passion and Reason

The Encyclopaedia Britannica poorly affirms that Melville's Moby Dick (1) admits “numerous, if not seemingly infinite, readings” (2), and that the keys to understand it are the biblical verses and names. This suggestion is...

Gatsby, The Great Gangster and Dreamer

Jorge Luis Borges asseverates in scarce, arid lines, that F. S. Fitzgerald, whose vital mission was “to be brave”, represents, more than other authors of the American Jazz Age, the World War I´s post-days....

Robinson Crusoe is an artistic propaganda

Technique is the main concern of an artistic writer, and subject-matter is the general anguish of a propagandistic writer, says G. Orwell (1). Art is possible in quiet moral ages, he says. Propaganda, therefore,...

Some digressions on FRENAAA, that political parody

In Mexico I was a propagandist, advertiser and market researcher, and I realized sociological studies and ideological strategies for brands and political parties such as PAN, PRI, MORENA, Audi, McDonald´s, John Deere, OXXO, etc....

The Humanities should be part of scientific heuristics

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In the last days I read the American press, and I remembered an old, classic problem between the Humanities and the Natural Sciences, which I can formulate in the next fast question: are the...