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The “Catholic” Tradition of Political Sovereignty

Raúl Coronado, A World Not to Come: A History of Latino Writing and Print Culture (Harvard University Press, 2013) 555 pages. (The previous entries for the roundtable can be found using the following links: Lilian Calles Barger’s introduction here, Philip Lorenz’s critique here, and Tamar Herzog’s analysis here.) Review by Ralph Bauer, University of Maryland As (literary) historians of the Iberian world are acutely aware, there has been a long-standing bias in the historico-philosophical discourse of modernity—from Hegel to Marx to Habermas—that has seen the intellectual, political, and social developments of northern Europe and of Anglo America as paradigmatic. Any Read more