Joaquín Cruz-Lamas

11182221_10205495193913625_4285405750765276234_nJoaquín (proudly human since 1992) is a Mexican philosopher and aesthetician; amateur photographer and drawer; and a writer in process of development. His alma mater is Universidad Panamericana, at Mexico City, and his philosophical interests are mainly focused on philosophy of art and aesthetics. He currently writes in a local newspaper from his native city, Aguascalientes, and from time to time in the Mexican digital magazine “LOGOS”. He is the editor of The Drum section at The Coolidge Review. Also, he is co-founder of NOUS, a student association dedicated to promote the study of philosophy among young people. He is    also interested in philosophy of religion and theology.