Revista de Filosofía (Madrid) 28 (1):33-58 (2003)

The decisive role played by Ortega and his “School of Madrid” in modernizing the 20th century Spanish thinking is widely accepted, but their contribution to bring our logic up to day was rather unfortunate: far from backing the introduction or reception of modern logic, the “School of Madrid” attempted an alternative logic, the so-called ‘logic of vital reason’, non-viable. As it is a symptomatic failure, I’ll give a broader account of it starting from, and going through, a confrontation in this respect between the “School of Madrid” and its contemporary “School of Barcelona”
Keywords 20th century philosophy  Escuela de Barcelona  Recepción de la lógica en España  Lógica moderna  School of Madrid  Escuela de Madrid  Modern logic  Spanish reception of logic   XX  School of Barcelona  Ortega y Gasset
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