2 edition of philosophy of Santayana found in the catalog.
philosophy of Santayana
|Contributions||Edman, Irwin, 1896-1954.|
|LC Classifications||B945 S21 E3 1945|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||587|
I do not minimize the importance of his philosophy of Santayana book in more technical branches of philosophy-in ontology, epistemology, aesthetics proper-but Santayana's achievement as a humanistic thinker is what I admire most of all. Our privilege is to have perceived it as it moved. We could take him as a writer about the human condition who also did philosophy; or else as a theorist in various branches of philosophy who wrote essays, literary criticism, history of ideas, social commentary, volumes of poetry, a best-selling novel, and so on. Though he proposes no philosophy of international relations, he muses that the development of international sports could provide something of "a moral equivalent for war" and that finance and trade between nations may help foster more peace between them. Those who have studied the philosophies of naturalism or materialism in the 20th century come inevitably to Santayana, whose mark upon them has been great. Like many of the classical pragmatists, and because he was also well-versed in evolutionary theory, Santayana was committed to metaphysical naturalism.
While his thinking never has, and likely never will be, given to indoctrination or discipleship, it is clear that Santayana never conceived of these as important and justifiably suspected that such things were bad rather philosophy of Santayana book good indications that a philosophy is worthy of the world it struggles to understand. In a book published inSomerset Maugham laments the fact that it was in the service of philosophy that Santayana used his "great gifts, gifts of imagery, of metaphor, of apt simile and of brilliant illustration. In the preface to Scepticism and Animal Faith he writes that if the reader is tempted to smile at the idea that he is offering "one more system of philosophy," he smiles as well. Durant says he: "achieves his masterpiece in 'Reason in Religion', filling his skeptical pages with a tender sadness, and finding in the beauty of Catholicism plentiful cause for loving it still.
They married in His Persons and Places is an autobiography. William G. While his thinking never has, and likely never will be, given to indoctrination or discipleship, it is clear that Santayana never conceived of these as important and justifiably suspected that such things were bad rather than good indications that a philosophy is worthy of the world it struggles to understand.
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After the massacre they were visible in philosophy of Santayana book of the site that appeared in newspapers. He remained there the rest of his life. Religions are the great fairy-tales of the conscience. Man of Letters Santayana's one novel, The Last Puritan, is a bildungsroman, that is, a novel that centers on the personal growth of the protagonist.
When I studied at Harvard shortly after the Second World War, Henry David Aiken was the most dynamic teacher in philosophy there at the time, and virtually the only one whose interests ranged philosophy of Santayana book all the fields of the humanities.
And his question is What does the world say, what does life mean, what is there beyond. Butler, Richard. But remember I am very deaf. Some of his Harvard students became famous in their own right, including "T. That starting point is animal faith, the tacit acceptance of material reality as the source of understanding, knowledge, and common sense.
Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Backed by these historical allies, Santayana provides in a soliloquy a memorable if partly irreverent arrangement of world-philosophies: …the progress of philosophy has not been of such a sort that the latest philosophers are the best: it is quite the other way…the later we come down in the history of philosophy the less important philosophy becomes, and the less true in fundamental matters.
He wrote books and essays on a wide range of subjects, including philosophy of a less technical sort, literary criticism, the history of ideas, politics, human nature, morals, the influence of religion on culture and social psychology, all with considerable wit and humor.
He held Spinoza's writings in high regard, without subscribing to the latter's rationalism or pantheism.
The non-philosopher must rely upon the "growth of those social emotions which bloom in the generous atmosphere of love and the home.
No doubt the spirit and energy of the world is what is acting in us, as the sea is what rises in every little wave; but it passes through us; and, cry out as we may, it will move on. Part II.
Sometime during this period, Jorge 's first name was anglicized as Georgethe Philosophy of Santayana book equivalent.
Part I. The titles of the separate volumes of this remarkable work, now out of print, reveal the lineaments of his system: Realm of EssenceRealm of MatterRealm of Truthand Realm of Spirit A colonial civil servantRuiz de Santayana was also a painter and minor intellectual. In the Charles Scribner's Sons edition, it is found on page Each part contains several paragraphs which are numbered consecutively throughout the work.
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