José Pablo Feinmann

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José Pablo Feinmann
José Pablo Feinmann (Buenos Aires, 2014-11-06) (cropped).jpg
José Pablo Feinmann in 2014
Born José Pablo Feinmann
(1943-03-10) 10 March 1943 (age 74)
Buenos Aires, Argentina
Occupation Philosopher
TV host
Years active 1970 – Present
Spouse(s) María Julia Bertotto
Children Virginia and Verónica
Website Official Site

José Pablo Feinmann (born 10 March 1943) is an Argentine philosopher, writer, playwright and TV host.[1]

Born in a Jewish Argentine family[verification needed], Feinmann was a militant of the Peronist Youth during the 1970s, considering peronism as a real mass movement with the potential to change the country for better. Nevertheless, he always opposed to the principle of armed violence to achieve political ends, and thus criticized the Foco theory of Che Guevara which, years after the Cuban Revolution, became popular in some sectors of the leftist peronism (Montoneros, Peronist Armed Forces). Feinmann abandoned peronism in the 1990s, during the right-wing neoliberal government of Carlos Menem. He later became a supporter of left-wing peronist president Cristina Fernandez.



  • Últimos días de la víctima (1979)
  • La Astucia de la Razón (1990)
  • El cadáver imposible (1992)
  • Los crímenes de Van Gogh (1994)
  • La sombra de Heidegger (2005)
  • Timote: secuestro y muerte del general Aramburu (2009)
  • Carter en New York (2009)
  • Carter en Vietnam (2009)



  • El cine por asalto (2007)
  • Cine contexto (2008-2010)
  • Filosofía, aquí y ahora (2009–present)[2]


  1. ^ José Pablo Feinmann
  2. ^ Filosofía, aquí y ahora Archived 24 September 2015 at the Wayback Machine. Canal Encuentro (in Spanish) Retrieved on 29 April 2012

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