2 edition of Little essays drawn from the writings of George Santayana found in the catalog.
Reprint of the 1920 ed.
|Statement||Books for Libraries Press|
|Publishers||Books for Libraries Press|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 105 p. :|
|Number of Pages||47|
|2||Essay index reprint series|
|Little essays on human nature. Little essays on religion. Little essays on art and poetry. Little essays on poets and philosophers. Little essays on materialism and morals. Note (p. 287-290)|
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Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante, and Goethe. Includes a complete bibliography of the primary literature, and a fair selection of the secondary literature• used Santayana's description of as "redoubling your effort after you've forgotten your aim" to describe his cartoons starring.
George Santayana's America: Essays on Literature and Culture.
He lives now, I think, in England. Santayana, George, 1863-1952: page images at HathiTrust• Royal Society of Literature Benson Medal, 1925.
After graduating from Harvard in 1886, he studied for two years in Berlin, then returned to Harvard to write a thesis on Rudolf Hermann Lotze and teach philosophy, thus becoming part of the Golden Age of Harvard philosophy. Sometime during this period, 's first name was anglicized asthe English equivalent.
This article or section may contain Works• Santayana, George, 1863-1952: page images at HathiTrust• While his writings on technical philosophy can be difficult, his other writings are more accessible and pithy. His Persons and Places is an. John and Shirley Lachs, eds. The Letters of George Santayana. Crane, John Livingston Lowes, Larue. Santayana, George, 1863-1952: page images at HathiTrust• Jorge was the only child of his mother's second marriage.
For a biography, see McCormick 1987. " "Music is essentially useless, as life is. Santayana, George, 1863-1952: page images at HathiTrust• Saatkamp, Herman; Coleman, Martin 1 January 2014. Santayana, George, 1863-1952: page images at HathiTrust•
Santayana, George, 1863-1952: page images at HathiTrust• If he seems sometimes to obscure a fact, it is only because he is restoring an experience.
John and Shirley Lachs, eds.