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Ignacio Ramírez (1818–1879)

Ramírez, Ignacio (rä-mē’reth). A Mexican philosopher; born in San Miguel el Grande, June 23, 1818; died in Mexico, June 15, 1879. He was of pure Aztec blood. He published under the pseudonym of “The Necromancer” many satirical poems and philosophical articles; and also founded the paper Don Simplicio, in 1846. His many literary works were never collected; but his ‘Manual of Rudimentary Knowledge,’ written in 1873, was published in 1884.