Radamés Molina

Radamés Molina was born in Havana, Cuba, in 1968. He studied History in Cuba and Philosophy in Barcelona. During his philosophy studies he became interested in the work of Wittgenstein and in a short time spent stays at the Wittgenstein Archive in Cambridge, working on an interactive version of the Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus. Around that time he started working as an editor at the publishing company Paidós. At that time he was working on the editing of books on contemporary philosophy. He published a couple of books and translated several others. Following his years at Paidós, from 2002 onwards, he devoted himself to publishing his own catalogue with the publishing imprint Linkgua. Linkgua has published some 1,400 titles, available in printed and digital versions. From the very creation of this publishing company, it has printed books on demand in the United States and Spain. Furthermore its contents management model has allowed it in turn to offer its entire catalogue in digital editions almost since this format entered the market.

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