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Oct 1, 2013

Translation philosopher and controversialist Miguel Llorens

It's just a bit over a year now since our profession lost Miguel Llorens, a young man of extraordinary insight and wit, who offered some of the most effective challenges I know to some of the stupidity threatening the integrity of our work. I can only imagine how greatly his absence must continue to be felt by his family and friends, and I am reminded very, very often in the present time of his contributions to debates that continue.

Now a colleague has kindly collected Miguel's public writings in English and Spanish and the associated commentary and made these available in various free e-book formats. Details can be found here on the Méteme blog.

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