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Ortega y Gasset

Jos? . 1883--1955, Spanish essayist and philosopher. His best-known work is The Revolt of the Masses (1930)
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Karl Mannheim, "The Problem of Generations" in Essays on the Sociology of Knowledge (first German edition, 1928); Jose Ortega y Gasset, The Theme of our Time (first Spanish edition 1938), which begins with "The Idea of Generations" and expands the theme through subsequent chapters.
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In his classic Meditations on Hunting, Jose Ortega y Gasset wrote the following words: "Every good hunter is uneasy in the depths of his conscience when faced with the death he is about to inflict on the enchanting animal.
Fluent in several foreign languages, knowledgeable about many different literary and artistic traditions, and conversant with the practices of various academic disciplines, Candido can best be described as a "man of letters" in the mold of Erich Auerbach, Ernst Robert Curtius, Jose Ortega y Gasset, and Octavio Paz.
1] As Jose Ortega y Gasset wrote decades ago, "All modern art begins to appear comprehensible and in a way great when it is interpreted as an attempt to instill youthfulness into an ancient world.