Ortega y Gasset: An Outline of His Philosophy [Book Review]

Review of Metaphysics 11 (1):165-166 (1957)

A remarkably condensed statement of the main features of Ortega's philosophy, organized "biographically" around three stages of his intellectual development, termed "objectivism," "perspectivism," and "ratio-vitalism," with chief attention given to the last. The presentation is marked by a soberness unusual in writers on Ortega. As a result, a certain fairness and balance are achieved, yet not at the cost of any adequacy to the vitality of Ortega's own thought.--L. K. B.
Keywords Ortega y Gasset, José  Spanish Philosophy
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