Santayana's provocative conception of the philosophical life

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I assess some of the ways in which Santayana takes philosophy to be a personal, poetic endeavor. In doing so, I also suggest that in some ways his work in the realm of spirit is more of a philosophy of the personal than much of the work of the American pragmatists.
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DOI 10.2979/tra.2009.45.4.579
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