Oscar TeránOscar Terán (1938 – 21 March 2008, in Buenos Aires) was an Argentinean philosopher.
Terán was born in Carlos Casares, Buenos Aires. He left his hometown in 1959 to study philosophy in the Buenos Aires University where he devoted himself to the study of history with the help of his teacher José Luis Romero|es|3=José Luis Romero (historiador)}}. In 1976 he was exiled in Mexico because of a military dictatorship. He was the author of numerous books and also a supporter of Marxism in the 1960s and 1970s, and the Alfonsinismo in the 1980s. Provided by Wikipedia
El placer del texto Lección inaugural de la cátedra de Semiología Literaria del College de France, pronunciada el 7 de enero de 1977
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