Rodolfo Kusch and philosophical Americanism (B2)
Spanish writing exercise

Rodolfo Kusch y el americanismo filosófico

Learn about Rodolfo Kusch and his philosophy. In this exercise, you'll practise the use of past tenses, passive sentences, and how to say "could have done".

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Some vocabulary you may want to look up before or during this exercise: "thinker", "to encompass (to include)", "geoculture", and "to imply".

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Rodolfo Kusch is considered as one of the most important thinkers in Latin America. His works were deep field research that encompassed indigenous and popular American thought. In addition, this philosopher spoke about geoculture, a concept that implies the intersection of the geographical with cultural aspects, since thought is always situated in a place and that is why this way of thinking is influenced by location. Although he could have written his works in other languages, he preferred to leave them in Spanish to have a greater diffusion in Latin America, however, many of his works were translated into English, French, etc., after his death. I can't wait to start reading them to learn about his ideas.

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