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Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXV, NO. 11 MARCH 15, 1972 THE MISSION OF ORTEGA A FULL-LENGTH study of Ortega y Gasset a ... , $15.00). The title is Man and His Circumstances: Ortega as Educator, the author Robert McClintock, who is ... reader who has been stimulated by the fertility of Ortega's thought. The book is scholarly, yet very much al ... One might say that a writer genuinely inspired by Ortega could not help but write such a book, since Ortega ... d up by him to pursue a similar philosophic quest. Ortega has been reviewed and quoted in MANAS, through the ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXXVII, NO. 40 OCTOBER 3, 1984 ORTEGA ON EDUCATION IN 1949 Ortega y Gasset came to Aspen, ... ce of education, "something like a university," as Ortega put it, which would be called the Aspen Institute ... of Robert M. Hutchins. In October, then in Madrid, Ortega replied at length. Twenty-five years later, in 197 ... 4, Ortega's son, Soledad Ortega, publisher of Revista de Occ ... ng this letter, in both Spanish and English. In it Ortega set down his key ideas concerning what education o ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXIII, NO. 22 JUNE 3, 1970 MAN AND THE MODERN AGE IT would be difficult to find a better ... book than Ortega's Man and Crisis for initial guidance in understan ... er. This work, first published in English in 1958 (Ortega died in 1955), is an endeavor to establish the pri ... nciples of a science of history. In it Ortega deals at some length with past crises of history, ... with the present period of uncertainty and change. Ortega's central and controlling view is that the essence ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXIII, NO. 9 MARCH 4, 1970 THE OBLIGATIONS OF SCHOOLS IT is clear enough that the new edu ... ation. And this, it seems clear, is the reason why Ortega says that the only man with a clear head is the on ... hy department, Teachers College, Columbia) defends Ortega y Gasset as educator and teacher of philosophy. It ... seems that the liveliness and vivid imagery of Ortega's prose are held against him by those who count th ... matic treatises." Not content with suggesting that Ortega lacked philosophic vision, one of these confident ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XXXV, NO. 35 SEPTEMBER 1, 1982 ON THE GREAT WITHDRAWAL THERE seems no end to the writing ... capacity to hold our attention. Among such writers Ortega y Gasset is pre-eminent. While Ortega sought and v ... s own distinctive destiny and for its fulfillment. Ortega chose Goethe for his study of an artist and thinke ... undschau in 1932, the centenary of Goethe's death, Ortega declared that "it is more than evident that Goethe ... literature of the world." When he went to Weimar, Ortega says, Goethe was still a youth, the course of his ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XX, NO. 33 AUGUST 16, 1967 BACK TO THE FARM IN a book which brazenly mocks believers in t ... XX, No. 33 MANAS Reprint August 16, 1967 5 REVIEW ORTEGA Y GASSET THE only serious obstacle in the way of u ... nderstanding Ortega's lectures on philosophy, first given in Spain in ... ound, lucid and obscure. Both these aspects are in Ortega's writing on the subject, but the simplicity and l ... Philosophy?, translated by Mildred Adams, $1.65.) Ortega is a wonderful combination of the analytical white ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXI, NO. 17 APRIL 24, 1968 THE LANGUAGE OF VALUE WHAT can be done by historical essays? A ... mplifications and bad faith is no help in this. So Ortega y Gasset, master of the philosophic essay, when he ... ason. Besides calling attention to this ambiguity, Ortega says in effect that the understanding of other men ... history. MANAS Reprint - LEAD ARTICLE 2 Again, for Ortega, self-knowledge is both the means and the goal: "H ... open to man by which to transcend them. This, for Ortega, is the raison d'être of history, a conception whi ... - [detail] - [similar]
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VOLUME XX, NO. 39 SEPTEMBER 27, 1967 THE THRUST OF A LIFE A MAN'S life is a thrust into the Unkn ... th other realities. In his Meditations on Quixote, Ortega relates an experience of Goethe while in Italy. Go ... his chapter on Tragedy, in Meditations on Quixote, Ortega describes another aspect of this "average man" poi ... ories about the way to balance out a good life. As Ortega puts it: Let us listen to the effect that drama pr ... red. This happens for some. For the rest, it is as Ortega says: The plain man is ignorant of that stream of ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XXIII, NO. 4 JANUARY 28, 1970 THE AMERICAN DREAM SOMETHING of a Socratic inquiry into wha ... s we are getting people who are uncomfortably like Ortega's mass man—getting a population which, in statisti ... enerous and self-respecting. Interestingly enough, Ortega's definition of the "mass man" is identical with P ... d Ourselves THE QUICK AND THE DEAD IDEAS A BOOK by Ortega y Gasset, Some Lessons in Metaphysics, written yea ... seems the most valuable, is addressed to teachers. Ortega's intent is to stimulate reform in education. This ... - [detail] - [similar]
Author: Manas Reprints
VOLUME XX, NO. 43 OCTOBER 25, 1967 TOWARD INCLUSIVE SIMPLICITES IF we knew how to make every sim ... HE EXAMINED LIFE THE almost unique contribution of Ortega to his time—which is still our time—was the consis ... lessly illustrated in the works of certain men. In Ortega, for example, you find it in his refusal to let an ... cesses. Many men do this on intuitive grounds, but Ortega rejects dehumanization on rational grounds and as ... xplains why. The quality and influence of an idea, Ortega saw, was not so much in the idea as in a man's rel ... - [detail] - [similar]
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