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Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13:9780910235341. Release Date:December 1989.

Ortega’s Velázquez and the Tropics of Modernity Thomas Mermall.

Patrick H. Dust Examines the work of Ortega y Gasset with respect to Modern and Post-modern culture, with particular emphasis on Technology and Reason. Introduction On Reading Ortega for Our Time Patrick H. Ortega and Modernity Ciriaco Morón Arroyo. Ortega’s Anti-Modernity in Epistemology and Metaphysics Antón Donoso. Ortega’s Velázquez and the Tropics of Modernity Thomas Mermall. On Technology and Humanism (An Imaginary Dialogue between Ortega and Heidegger) Pedro Cerezo Galán. Freedom, Power and Culture in Ortega y Gasset’s Philosophy of Technology Patrick H.

Ortega y Gasset and the Question of Modernity more. Jose Ortega y Gasset more. An entry describing Ortega's contribution to aesthetics in the John Hopkins Guide to Literary Theory and Criticism. Issue: 5. Page Numbers: 1-387. Publication Date: 1989. Publication Name: Hispanic Issues.

José Ortega y Gasset (hōsā´ ôrtā´gä ē gäsĕt´), 1883–1955, Spanish essayist and philosopher. He studied in Germany and was influenced by neo-Kantian thought

José Ortega y Gasset (hōsā´ ôrtā´gä ē gäsĕt´), 1883–1955, Spanish essayist and philosopher. He studied in Germany and was influenced by neo-Kantian thought. He called his philosophy the metaphysics of vital reason, and he sought to establish the ultimate reality in which all else was rooted. In 1910 he became a professor of metaphysics at the Univ. The Modern Theme (1923, tr. 1931) is one of his best philosophical books.

José Ortega y Gasset (Spanish: ; 9 May 1883 – 18 October 1955) was a Spanish philosopher and essayist. He worked during the first half of the 20th century, while Spain oscillated between monarchy, republicanism, and dictatorship.

Ortega y Gasset´s Reform of Philosophy: The Inspiration of Georg Misch's Readings of Dilthey

Ortega y Gasset´s Reform of Philosophy: The Inspiration of Georg Misch's Readings of Dilthey. The goal is to explore Georg Misch's two lengthy writings on his teacher Wilhelm Dilthey as the main source of Ortega y Gasset's mature philosophical concepts.

SOME ISSUES IN ORTEGA Y GASSerS 99 understanding of Dasein as merely preliminary to the question of final Being relegates the above dimensions to a merely factual an. .

SOME ISSUES IN ORTEGA Y GASSerS. CRITIQUE OF HEIDEGGER'S DOCTRINE OF SEtN Howard N. Tuttle The purpose of this paper is to propose a hypothesis to illuminate Ortega's critical response to Heidegger's question of being (Seinsfrage). The subtitle of his book is "The Interpretation of Dasein in Terms of Temporality, and the Explication of Time as the Trancendental Horizon for the Question of Being. 99 understanding of Dasein as merely preliminary to the question of final Being relegates the above dimensions to a merely factual and sub-ontological status below Heidegger's criteria for authentic philosophical endeavor.

In 1930, the great Spanish philosopher Jos Ortega y Gasset set forth a program for reforming the . His ideas are especially pertinent to contemporary debate in America over curriculum development and the purpose of education.

In 1930, the great Spanish philosopher Jos Ortega y Gasset set forth a program for reforming the modern Spanish university. Aware that the missions of the university are many and often competing, Ortega built his program around a conception of a "general culture" that knows no national boundaries or time limits and could fit into any national system of higher education.

Examines the work of Ortega y Gasset with respect to Modern and Post-modern culture, with particular emphasis on Technology and Reason. Contributors: Anthony J. Cascardi, Pedro Cerezo Galán, Antón Donoso, Patrick H. Dust, Wlad Godzich, Oliver W. Holmes, Angel Medina, Thomas Mermall, Ciriaco Morón Arroyo, Nelson E. Orringer, and Jaime de Salas.
Ortega y Gasset and the question of modernity (Hispanic issues) ebook
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Patrick H. (ed) Dusk
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