Santayana


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Santayana

George. 1863--1952, US philosopher, poet, and critic, born in Spain. His works include The Life of Reason (1905--06) and The Realms of Being (1927--40)
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For Santayana, then, there are at least two kinds of religion, just as there are at least two kinds of poetry.
But for Santayana the psyche, the process of all experience, thought, and feeling, along with the life functions of the organism, is part of the material world.
His reasons for doing so are that although Santayana "never quite articulated the view [of stoic pragmatism] .
In the first, he compares and contrasts the political dimension of the aesthetic projects of the avant-garde and George Santayana.
Yet philosophical references are numerous and spread throughout the text, varying from generic isolated nouns ("philosophy," "the philosopher"), to names of philosophers (Epictetus, Arrian, Marcus Aurelius, Santayana, Seneca, Socrates), to quotations from and brief reflections on the writings of certain of these philosophers, as well as to quotations from the Bible and from Henry David Thoreau's Walden.
A bloke called George Santayana said that "those who cannot remember the past, are doomed to repeat it".
The Human Eros: Eco-Ontology and the Aesthetics of Existence is an extensive philosophical treatise, drawing upon the contemplations of John Dewey, Ralph Waldo Emerson, George Santayana, and Native American traditions.
The kids of today need to understand the wise words of Santayana who said: "Those who do not remember the past are condemned to relive it.
Femando Savater nos presenta su mas reciente libro: Acerca de Santayana (Universidad de Valencia, Espana, 2012).
Until we recognize this, we are, as Santayana noted, condemned to repeat it.
THOSE who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it," wrote the great George Santayana, which makes it even more surprising that keen philosophy expert Stewart Downing has failed to learn the lessons of doing a Twitter Q&A.
As philosopher George Santayana said, "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.