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  1. Rortyan variations on Santayana: tradition, rupture and project.Maria Aurelia Di Berardino - forthcoming - Teorema: International Journal of Philosophy.
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  2. Bibliographical note: A historical lexicon of socio-political concepts.Werner Conze - forthcoming - Social Research: An International Quarterly.
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  3. Santayana between pragmatists: animal house.Ramon del Castillo - forthcoming - Teorema: International Journal of Philosophy.
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  4. Santayana on Society and Government.Alfred Schutz - forthcoming - Social Research: An International Quarterly.
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  5. The Ideal of a Philosophic Redemption: Baruch Spinoza’s Place in Western Philosophy and in Santayana’s Thought.Lydia Amir - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 309-324.
    Amir investigates Santayana’s statements about Spinoza in Scepticism and Animal Faith. She answers the question of how Santayana can acknowledge Spinoza as “his master” and “hero” while systematically rejecting Spinoza’s philosophy.
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  6. The Conservative Disposition in Santayana’s Philosophy.Michael Brodrick - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 373-387.
    Santayana may be read as a conservative in behavior, thought, and feeling, if not in creed. A close reading of Scepticism and Animal Faith (SAF), Santayana’s autobiography, Persons and Places (PP), and Santayana’s ontology as articulated in Realms of Being (RB), supports an interpretation of Santayana’s philosophy as one of human imperfection and limits, which includes a conservative vision of human flourishing.
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  7. The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith.Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.) - 2024 - Springer Nature Switzerland.
    The first of its kind, this project is a collection of critical and interpretive essays on George Santayana’s seminal work in American philosophy, Scepticism and Animal Faith (1923), 100 years after its first edition. The reader will be guided through the intricacies of Scepticism and Animal Faith by expert scholars. This book is a companion to Scepticism and Animal Faith for both first-time readers and readers intimately familiar with this work.
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  8. On Gnats and Barnacles, or Some Similarities Between Santayana’s Idea of Change and Ancient Greek Thought.Andrés Tutor de Ureta - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 293-308.
    The question of movement and permanence is the key element representing the transition from scepticism to knowledge—faith—in Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. This chapter studies the influence of Parmenides’ and Heraclitus’ doctrines over Santayana’s Realms of Matter and Essence, and reflects on some of the epistemological implications of that influence. Using as a metaphor Zeno’s aporias, which deal with the continuum-discrete pair, the theory of divisible leaps is introduced as explanatory of Santayana’s theory of knowledge. As a conclusion, Santayana’s ideas (...)
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  9. Santayana’s Naturalism at the Junction of Epistemology and Ontology.Ángel M. Faerna - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 149-161.
    Faerna inquires into the ways in which Santayana’s philosophy is part of the tradition of philosophical naturalism. He finds two strains of naturalism at play in Santayana’s system, namely, epistemological naturalism and ontological naturalism, and he helps illuminate Santayana’s philosophy by probing some of the tensions between these two strains.
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  10. The Cries of Spirit: Santayana in Dialogue with Andrey Platonov.Matthew Caleb Flamm - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 219-239.
    Flamm examines a dominant theme in Santayana’s philosophy: the spiritual life. He puts Santayana’s philosophy in dialogue with the novella Soul (Dzhan) by Andrey Platonov and examines the various ways Santayana associates crying with a materialist conception of the spiritual life.The association of crying and spiritual life is conspicuous enough in Santayana’s writings to merit exploration. In an astonishing variety of rhetorical modes Santayana writes of the various “cries” of spirit, of psyche, of soul, and of the human heart, emphasizing (...)
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  11. Laying Siege to the Truth: Santayana’s Discourse on Method.Diana B. Heney - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 57-71.
    Examining Scepticism and Animal Faith (SAF) together with the work of Descartes—first, in terms of structure, style, and substance; and second, in terms of method and purpose—supports a rethinking of Santayana’s philosophical project, supporting the notion that his primary aim was not epistemological but fundamentally moral. Considering the contrasting characters of Cartesian and Santayanan scepticism suggests that Descartes is not so much a foil but an inspiration for Santayana in attempting to order the mind as a sort of personal improvement.
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  12. A Tension at the Center of Santayana’s Philosophy.Michael Hodges - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 257-271.
    Hodges explores Santayana’s doctrine of matter. Interpreting the realm of matter as the irrational, ineffable counterpart to the realm of essence, he elucidates the function and profound moral significance of materialism in Santayana’s system of philosophy.
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  13. Hermes as an Interpreter and the Guide to Hades: Re-reading “The Lord Chandos Letter” with Reference to Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith.Katarzyna Kremplewska - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 341-371.
    Kremplewska discusses how Santayana’s engagement with radical scepticism has a cross-disciplinary import and can be seen as a response to some of the intellectual and moral concerns prominent in the literature of the first half of the twentieth century. She employs Santayana’s analysis of scepticism as the basis for an interpretive philosophical re-reading of Hugo von Hofmannsthal’s “The Lord Chandos Letter.”.
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  14. The Last Sceptic: Santayana, Descartes, and the External World.Douglas McDermid - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 33-56.
    McDermid clarifies the nature of Santayana’s scepticism by examining his response to the traditional sceptical problem of the external world. The chapter explains in what sense we can regard Santayana as a sceptic and in what sense Santayana is a critic of the sceptical method promulgated by Descartes.
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  15. G. Santayana (Scepticism and Animal Faith, 1923) and E. Husserl (Cartesianische Meditationen, 1929), Readers of R. Descartes. [REVIEW]Daniel Moreno - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 325-339.
    Moreno shows that Santayana believed he had found an ally regarding his doctrine of essence in the philosophy of Husserl. He then reveals the parallels and differences between Santayana’s and Husserl’s philosophies, bringing each thinker’s ideas into sharper relief.
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  16. Scepticism, Anti-scepticism, and Santayana’s Singularity.Daniel Pinkas - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 73-94.
    Considering Santayana’s treatment of scepticism in relation to Descartes and Hume, as well as twentieth-century philosophers such as Wittgenstein, Moore, and Strawson, helps make the case for the singularity of Santayana’s approach. The analysis of the different positions also reveals some of the commonalities Santayana shares with other (including later) sceptical philosophers.
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  17. John Lachs: Mediation, Love of Life, and Santayana.Herman J. Saatkamp Jr - 2024 - Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 59 (3):297-312.
    Abstract:John Lachs considers his major philosophical contributions to be his work on mediation, the love of life, and his explication of George Santayana's philosophical and literary outlooks. All three are undergirded by Lachs's effort to make philosophy relevant to people's lives. This article examines these three contributions with both a critical eye and an admiration for Lachs's efforts. The conclusion provides an assessment often missed in critiques of Lachs's work.
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  18. Santayana: Philosopher for the Twenty-First Century.Herman J. Saatkamp - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 11-32.
    Scepticism and Animal Faith marks a turning point in Santayana’s philosophy leading to the development of his complete naturalism, and, if followed, leads to a decisive change in philosophical inquiry that was a century ahead of his time. Indeed, much of what Santayana explicates in this book is now central to inquiries in the social and biological sciences that attempt to understand human behavior. In short, he turns philosophy on its head. Before Santayana, philosophers often thought humans were distinct from (...)
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  19. The Works of George Santayana, volume IX, Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion ed. by Martin A. Coleman, David E. Spiech, and Faedra Lazar Weiss (review). [REVIEW]Krzysztof Skowroński - 2024 - Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 59 (4):462-465.
    In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:Reviewed by:The Works of George Santayana, volume IX, Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion ed. by Martin A. Coleman, David E. Spiech, and Faedra Lazar WeissKrzysztof (Chris) Piotr SkowrońskiEdited by Martin A. Coleman, David E. Spiech, and Faedra Lazar WeissThe Works of George Santayana, volume IX, Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion Cambridge, MA, and London, England: The MIT Press, 2023; 359 pp., incl.indexIt is not merely (...)
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  20. Knowledge as a Leap of Faith.Jessica Wahman - 2024 - In Martin A. Coleman & Glenn Tiller (eds.), The Palgrave Companion to George Santayana’s Scepticism and Animal Faith. Springer Nature Switzerland. pp. 95-107.
    Wahman argues that Santayana’s account of knowledge as a leap of faith is a unique, important, and underappreciated contribution to epistemology. She explains that Santayana’s account of animal faith does not so much express a limitation of knowledge as a characterization of what it actually achieves: a faithful and practical transition of the mind from thoughts to the natural things that undergird them.
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  21. Individual Liberation in Modern Philosophy: Reflections on Santayana’s Affiliation to the Tradition Inaugurated by Spinoza and Followed by Schopenhauer and Nietzsche.Lydia Amir - 2023 - Ruch Filozoficzny 79 (1):43-78.
    This article evaluates the significance of the personal liberation that Santayana offers in relation to previous proposals in Western modern philosophy. These include the ideas of liberation present in the philosophies of Spinoza, Schopenhauer, and Nietzsche. I argue that Santayana endorses Spinoza’s project, as Schopenhauer and Nietzsche did, of a philosophic redemption as an alternative to an established religion. Yet, he also follows Schopenhauer in rectifying Spinoza’s attempt of recapturing the philosophic truth of Christianity, a project undertaken in Medieval times (...)
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  22. George Santayana i problem wolności.Adam Grzeliński & Alicja Pietras - 2023 - Studia Z Historii Filozofii 14 (3):123-146.
    This article is a commentary and an introduction to the Polish translation of George Santayana’s work, Freedom, which is a chapter in the fourth volume of his series, The Realms of Being, titled The Realm of Spirit (1940). It provides an overview of his previous works, particularly his series The Life of Reason (1905–1906) and Scepticism and Animal Faith (1926). Additionally, it briefly examines the evolution of Santayana’s standpoint and the meaning of the fundamental categories and concepts of his ontology. (...)
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  23. Wolność.George Santayana, Adam Grzeliński, Rafał Michalski & Alicja Pietras - 2023 - Studia Z Historii Filozofii 14 (3):147-166.
    Niniejszy esej stanowi piąty rozdział tomu The Realm of Spirit kończącego cykl The Realms of Being. Podstawą przekładu jest pierwsze wydanie dzieła: George Santayana, The Realms of Being (London: Constable and Co., Ltd., Toronto: The Macmillan Company, 1940), 67–89. -/- This essay is the fifth chapter of The Realm of Spirit volume concluding The Realms of Being series. The translation is based on the first edition of the work: George Santayana, The Realms of Being (London: Constable and Co., Ltd., Toronto: (...)
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  24. En qué medida es práctico el pensamiento (fragmento).George Santayana & Daniel Moreno Moreno - 2023 - Eikasia Revista de Filosofía 113:79-86.
    El fragmento, inédito en español, pertenece al capítulo IX de La razón en el sentido común, libro primero de La vida de la razón, 5 vols. (1905-1906) del filósofo hispano-norteamericano Jorge/George Santayana (Madrid, 1862-Roma, 1953). Santayana aborda aquí la relación entre mente y cerebro desde un naturalismo materialista, que ha asumido por completo la revolución intelectual darwinista, y mostrando ser un fino analista de la experiencia de la acción consciente.
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  25. Dialectics After Santayana.Eric Sapp - 2023 - Ruch Filozoficzny 79 (1):95-115.
    Despite apparently holding diametrically opposed attitudes toward dialectical logic, both George Santayana and the early Frankfurt School critical theorists posit a close link between the concepts of reason and domination. It is argued that a broadly-speaking Hegelian philosophical project can survive Santayana’s critiques, albeit by benefitting from the latter’s, as well as from the Frankfurt School’s, re-centering of nature in the history of domination. In the alternative, Santayanaists who would reject Hegel must reckon with the proximity and affinity, notwithstanding Santayana’s (...)
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  26. Is Santayana an Untimely Philosopher?Leonarda Vaiana - 2023 - Ruch Filozoficzny 79 (1):7-24.
    An interesting trend of recent scholarship on Santayana’s thought is focused on his criticism of modernity and brings him together with the major figures of postmodern philosophy, especially with Nietzsche, Heidegger, Derrida, and Rorty. In my opinion, while the criticism of modernity certainly offers a relevant key to understand Santayana’s philosophy, it should be rooted first and foremost in some cultural and philosophical linkages that Santayana himself makes explicit throughout his writings, namely, a classical Latin author such as Lucretius, and (...)
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  27. Remarks on Santayana's Influence on the Development of the Barnes Foundation's Aesthetics Theories.Laura Elizia Haubert & Claudio M. Viale - 2022 - Limbo: Boletín Internacional de Estudios Sobre Santayana 42:63-81.
    Although recent work has been done on the Barnes Foundation and its philosophical and pedagogical background, almost all the research effort has been focused on the friendship and intellectual link between John Dewey and Albert C. Barnes. Unfortunately, to the best of our knowledge, the impact of George Santayana’s philosophy on the Foundation has not been systematically examined. The hypothesis that we present and develop in this article is that Santayana’s thought is essential for the aesthetic theories elaborated within the (...)
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  28. George Santayana's Political Hermeneutics.Katarzyna Kremplewska - 2022 - Boston: Brill.
    The first comprehensive study of Santayana’s political thought as connected to his cultural criticism. It ranges over topics such as Santayana’s political ontology, his criticism of democracy, liberalism, and communism, his views on freedom and forms of human servitude.
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  29. Psyche as Agent: Overcoming the "Free/Unfree" Dichotomy.Jessica Wahman - 2022 - Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society 58 (2):79-96.
    I argue that the dichotomous treatment of agency and free will is problematic because it rests on a Cartesian interpretation of self and world that many present-day thinkers take themselves to be denying. I do so in order to reconstruct the concept of human agency using the psychologies of American philosophers John Dewey and George Santayana. Identifying the self with the entire organism, as these thinkers do, allows for an importantly different sense of agency. In embracing an organismic interpretation of (...)
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  30. The Democritean Tradition in Santayana, Nietzsche, and Montaigne Part II.Lydia Amir - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):116-140.
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  31. Santayana, Commonsensism, and the Problem of Impervious Belief.Richard Kenneth Atkins - 2021 - History of Philosophy Quarterly 38 (1):37-56.
    Commonsensism is a thesis about commonsense beliefs: our commonsense beliefs are items of knowledge (or should be so regarded) that have epistemic or methodological priority. This account of commonsensism risks making our commonsense beliefs impervious to philosophical argument. But in Santayana's commonsensism, what deserves our trust is not our commonsense beliefs but the development of common sense over successive generations. Our commonsense beliefs deserve only a secondary or subsidiary trust; we trust them only insofar as we trust the momentum of (...)
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  32. Report on the Santayana Edition.Martin Coleman - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):6-6.
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  33. The Most Extraordinary of Santayana’s Friends.Martin Coleman - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):173-183.
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  34. George Santayana and Wallace Stevens.Jerry Griswold - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):141-149.
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  35. A Life of Scholarship with Santayana by Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr.Larry A. Hickman - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):161-172.
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  36. Some Reflections on Santayana’s Dominations and Powers.Charles Padrón - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):33-39.
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  37. Santayana in 1921: Madrid, Ávila, Paris, Rome.Charles Padrón - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):15-17.
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  38. An Aesthetic Arbiter of Politics.Nayeli L. Riano - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):71-88.
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  39. The Other Side of the Mountain.Richard M. Rubin & Phillip L. Beard - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):150-160.
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  40. Santayana in 1946 Part I: Parcels, Family, Visitors, Health, Politics.Richard Marc Rubin - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):18-32.
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  41. Editor’s Notes.Richard Marc Rubin - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):4-5.
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  42. Kristine Frost. Saatkamp Jr - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):188-190.
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  43. Henny Wenkart. Saatkamp Jr - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):191-192.
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  44. A Life of Scholarship with Santayana: Essays and Reflections.Herman J. Saatkamp, Krzysztof Piotr Skowroński & Charles Padrón (eds.) - 2021 - Boston: Brill | Rodopi.
    Herman J. Saatkamp’s _A Life of Scholarship with Santayana: Essays and Reflections_ gathers together his work of a lifetime. There are twenty-three pieces, in three sections: “Santayana and Philosophy,” “Editorship,” and “Genetic Concerns and the Future of Philosophy.”.
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  45. Reading “The Secret of Aristotle”.Eric Sapp - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):98-115.
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  46. Santayana on Colour: Collisions with Contemporary Thought.Forrest Adam Sopuck - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39:40-70.
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  47. Review of Il senso della bellezza. [REVIEW]Alba Stefanelli - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):184-187.
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  48. George Santayana. Eine materialistische Philosophie der Vita contemplativa.Guido Karl Tamponi - 2021 - Würzburg, Deutschland: Königshausen & Neumann.
    »Wer die Vergangenheit nicht kennt, ist dazu verurteilt, sie zu wiederholen.« – Ein aphoristisches Diktum, das besonders in Deutschland weit verbreitet als Mahnung nachhallt, dessen Autor George Santayana (1863–1952) aber in Vergessenheit geraten ist. Diese Studie geht erstmals im deutschsprachigen Raum der gesamten philosophischen Spannweite seines Werks und dessen zumeist hintergründiger Systematik nach. Darin fördert sie einen einst eminenten Philosophen des ›Golden Age of American Philosophy‹ zutage, der nicht nur in seinem in vielerlei Hinsicht ›unamerikanischen‹ Denken den Blick auf die (...)
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  49. Santayana in 1896: The Sense of Beauty and Studies in England.Glenn Tiller - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):7-15.
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  50. Santayana, Literary Psychologist.Jessica Wahman - 2021 - Overheard in Seville 39 (39):89-97.
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