Human existence as radical reality: Ortega y Gasset's philosophy of subjectivity

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Paragon House, 2005 - Philosophy - 198 pages
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Jos? Ortega y Gasset, (1883-1955), Spanish writer, philosopher and revolutionary was noted for his humanistic criticism of modern civilization. His best known work, The Revolt of the Masses earned him an international reputation. In it, he decried the destructive influence of the mass-minded, and therefore mediocre, people, who, if not directed by the intellectually and morally superior minority, encourage the rise of fascism and totalitarianism.

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Yo Soy Yo y Mis Circumstancias I am I and My Circumstances

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Pedro Blas Gonzalez teaches Spanish-American philosphy and the philosophy of Ortega y Gasset at Barry University in Miami.

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