Linked bibliography for the SEP article "George Santayana" by Herman Saatkamp and Martin Coleman

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Complete Works

The Works of George Santayana, Martin A. Coleman (Director and Editor), David Spiech (Textual Editor), Marianne S. Wokeck (Senior Editor), Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr. (Founding and Consulting Editor), Cambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press. The volumes are as follows:

  • Volume I (1986), Persons and Places: Fragments of Autobiography, edited by William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr., Introduction by Richard C. Lyon. (Scholar)
  • Volume II (1988), The Sense of Beauty: Being the Outlines of Aesthetic Theory, edited by William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr., Introduction by Arthur Danto. (Scholar)
  • Volume III (1989), Interpretations of Poetry and Religion, edited by William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr., Introduction by Joel Porte. (Scholar)
  • Volume IV (1994), The Last Puritan: A Memoir in the Form of a Novel, edited by William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr. Introduction by Irving Singer. (Scholar)
  • Volume V (2001–2008), The Letters of George Santayana, edited by William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr.
    • Book One: [1868]–1909, published 2001. (Scholar)
    • Book Two: 1910–1920, published 2002.
    • Book Three: 1921–1927, published 2002.
    • Book Four: 1928–1932, published 2003.
    • Book Five: 1933–1936, published 2003.
    • Book Six: 1937–1940, published 2004.
    • Book Seven: 1941–1947, published 2006.
    • Book Eight: 1948–1952, published 2008.
  • Volume VI (2011), George Santayana’s Marginalia: A Critical Selection , edited by John McCormick and Kris Walters Frost. Introduction by John McCormick.
    • Book One: Abell–Lucretius (Scholar)
    • Book Two: McCord–Zeller
  • Volume VII (2011–2016), The Life of Reason, edited by Marianne W. Wokeck and Martin A. Coleman. Introduction by James Gouinlock.
    • Book One: Reason in Common Sense, 2011 (Scholar)
    • Book Two: Reason in Society, 2013.
    • Book Three: Reason in Religion, 2014.
    • Book Four: Reason in Art, 2015.
    • Book Five: Reason in Science, 2016.
  • Volume VIII (2019), Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante, and Goethe, edited by Kellie Dawson and David Spiech. Introduction by James Seaton. (Scholar)

Individual Works

  • Animal Faith and Spiritual Life: Previously Unpublished and Uncollected Writings by George Santayana With Critical Essays on His Thought. Edited by John Lachs. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts (1967).
  • Atoms of Thought: An Anthology of Thoughts From George Santayana. Selected and edited, with an introduction, by Ira D. Cardiff. New York: Philosophical Library (1950).
  • Character and Opinion in the United States: With Reminiscences of William James and Josiah Royce and Academic Life in America. New York: Charles Scribner’s Sons (1920).
  • The Birth of Reason and Other Essays by George Santayana. Edited by Daniel Cory and with an Introduction by Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr. New York: Columbia University Press (1995).
  • The Complete Poems of George Santayana: A Critical Edition. Edited and with an introduction by William G. Holzberger. Lewisburg: Bucknell University Press; London: Associated University Press (1979).
  • Dialogues in Limbo. London: Constable and Co. (1925); New York: Scribner’s (1926). (Scholar)
  • Dialogues in Limbo, With Three New Dialogues. New York: Scribner’s (1948).
  • Dominations and Powers: Reflections on Liberty, Society, and Government. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1951).
  • Egotism in German Philosophy. New York: Scribner’s (1915).
  • Essays in Literary Criticism of George Santayana. Selected and edited, with an introduction, by Irving Singer. New York: Scribner’s (1956).
  • The Essential Santayana. Edited by the Santayana Edition and compiled with an introduction by Martin A. Coleman, Bloomington: Indiana University Press (2009).
  • The Genteel Tradition at Bay. New York: Scribner’s; London: “The Adelphi” (1931). (Scholar)
  • The Genteel Tradition: Nine Essays by George Santayana. Edited by Douglas L. Wilson. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press (1967).
  • George Santayana’s America: Essays on Literature and Culture. Collected and with an introduction by James Ballowe. Urbana: University of Illinois Press (1967). (Scholar)
  • A Hermit of Carmel, and Other Poems. New York: Scribner’s (1901).
  • The Idea of Christ in the Gospels; or, God in Man: A Critical Essay. New York: Scribner’s; Toronto: Saunders (1946).
  • The Idler and His Works, and Other Essays. Edited and with a preface by Daniel Cory. New York: Braziller (1957).
  • Interpretations of Poetry and Religion. New York: Scribner’s; London: A. and C. Black (1900). (Scholar)
  • The Last Puritan: A Memoir in the Form of a Novel. London: Constable (1935); New York: Scribner’s (1936). (Scholar)
  • The Life of Reason: Or, The Phases of Human Progress. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable. Introduction and Reason in Common Sense (1905), Reason in Society (1905), Reason in Religion (1905), Reason in Art (1905), and Reason in Science (1906). (Scholar)
  • Little Essays, Drawn From the Writings of George Santayana by Logan Pearsall Smith, With the Collaboration of the Author. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1920).
  • The Letters of George Santayana. Edited by Daniel Cory. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1955).
  • Lotze’s System of Philosophy. Edited, with an introduction and Lotze bibliography, by Paul Grimley Kuntz. Bloomington: Indiana University Press (1971). (Scholar)
  • Lucifer: A Theological Tragedy. Chicago and New York: Herbert S. Stone (1899).
  • The Middle Span. New York: Scribner’s (1945); London: Constable (1947).
  • My Host the World. New York: Scribner’s; London: Cresset Press (1953).
  • Obiter Scripta: Lectures, Essays and Reviews. Edited by Justus Buchler and Benjamin Schwartz. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1936).
  • Persons and Places: The Background of My Life. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1944).
  • Philosophy of Santayana: Selections From the Works of George Santayana. Edited, with an introductory essay, by Irwin Edman. New York: Scribner’s (1936).
  • Physical Order and Moral Liberty: Previously Unpublished Essays of George Santayana. Edited by John and Shirley Lachs. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press (1969).
  • Platonism and the Spiritual Life. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1927).
  • Poems: Selected by the Author and Revised. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1923).
  • The Poet’s Testament: Poems and Two Plays. New York: Scribner’s (1953). (Scholar)
  • Realms of Being. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable. The Realm of Essence: Book First (1927), The Realm of Matter: Book Second (1930), The Realm of Truth: Book Third (1938, 1937), The Realm of Spirit: Book Fourth (1940). (Scholar)
  • Realms of Being. One-volume edition, with a new introduction by the author. New York: Scribner’s (1942).
  • Santayana on America: Essays, Notes, and Letters on American Life, Literature, and Philosophy. Edited and with an introduction by Richard Colton Lyon (1968).
  • Scepticism and Animal Faith: Introduction to a System of Philosophy. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1923).
  • Selected Critical Writings of George Santayana. Edited by Norman Henfrey. 2 vols. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1968).
  • The Sense of Beauty: Being the Outlines of Aesthetic Theory. New York: Scribner’s; London: A. and C. Black (1896). (Scholar)
  • Soliloquies in England and Later Soliloquies. New York: Scribner’s; London: Constable (1922).
  • Some Turns of Thought in Modern Philosophy: Five Essays. New York: Scribner’s; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press (1933).
  • Sonnets and Other Verses. Cambridge and Chicago: Stone and Kimball (1894).
  • Three Philosophical Poets: Lucretius, Dante, and Goethe. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press; London: Oxford University Press, (1910).
  • Winds of Doctrine: Studies in Contemporary Opinion. New York: Scribner’s; London: Dent (1913).

Selected Translations

  • Filosofia del viaggio, Giuseppe Patella, translator, Roma: UniversItalia, 2013.
  • Le sentiment de la beauté, Anne Combarnous and Fabienne Gaspari, translators, Pau: Université de Pau, 2002.
  • Interpretaciones de poesía y religión, Carmen García Trevijano and Susana Nuccetelli, translators, with Introduction by Manuel Garrido, Madrid: Catedra, 1993 (Oviedo: KRK, 2008). (Scholar)
  • Il senso della Bellezza, Guiseppe Patella, translator, Palermo: Aesthetica Edizioni, 1997.
  • El Sentido de la belleza, Carmen García Trevijano, translator, Madrid: Editorial Tecnos, 1999.
  • Personas y lugares: fragmentos de autobiografia, Pedro García Martín, translator, Madrid: Editorial Trotta, 2002.
  • L’Ultimo Puritano: Una memoria biografica, in forma di romanzo, Camillo Pellizzi, translator, Milano: Baldini Castoldi Dalai, 2005. (Scholar)

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