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The life and memories Trias tells us about get interwoven with the main points of his philosophical contribution. By means of a figure that will remain in the shadow, a kind of narrator/interviewer who not only interviews Trias but also those who have received his influence, we will explore the map of Trias philosophical ideology. Trias journey starts in his Catalonia of birth, where we will investigate the stamp left in him by the environment he was born and grew up in, as well as the catholic religious institutions, responsible for a number of direction changes in his particular way of understanding the world. We will also visit some other spots of the European geography like Bonn, where Trias rounded up his academic education and kept in touch with other simultaneous philosophical trends. Along the journey the narrator will have the chance to interview key players in the Spanish cultural and ideological sphere, like Rosa Regas and Angel Gabilondo. Needless to say, it will be Trias himself who will explain to us, with his own voice and style, his world essence. Trias will use certain images and dreams he considers of great importance in order to capture many concepts central to his philosophy, and make them accessible to the people who, without having a formal philosophy training, wishes to approach the reality of the moment they live in.
Eugenio Trías is considered in wide circles as the most influential philosopher in Spanish language since Ortega y Gasset. We explore the keys to his way of thinking as well as his core concept - the philosophy of limit.
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