Jose Ortega y Gasset


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Spanish philosopher who advocated leadership by an intellectual elite (1883-1955)

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Transformationen des Neukantianismus bei Jose Ortega y Gasset und seinem Schulerkreis (1905-1936).
Sport as a social phenomenon is consolidated in Spain in the first third of the 20th century, attracting the interest of prominent intellectuals, such as Jose Ortega y Gasset and Gregorio Maranon.
Jose Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955), the third of our great thinkers, was to have considerable influence in the field of the philosophy of the university (Wyatt, 1981), especially in the context of the Spanish-speaking world.
Las criticas a las ideas de Ortega sobre Estetica, en ese numero de Mito, se extienden a su figura como intelectual en la nota de Hernando Valencia Goelkel, "Jose Ortega y Gasset".
Es, para citar un ejemplo notorio de esa dolencia, el caso de Jose Ortega y Gasset, cuyo buen pensamiento queda obstruido por laboriosas y adventicias metaforas" (OC 2:51).
Em sua principal obra, A rebeliao das massas, de 1930, o filosofo espanhol Jose Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955) aborda de modo renovador a compreensao acerca do homem de seu tempo.
The three essays in English consider incommensurability and experience of alterity: translation from ontology to economy; exile and translation: a political reading of Jose Ortega y Gasset's Miseria y esplendor de la traduccion, and the poet's mother tongue: translation as ethic of thought.
secretaries of state, as well as for people ranging from Fidel Castro and Hugo Chavez to philosopher, Jose Ortega y Gasset. Pertinent topics such as immigration policies, drug laws, and NAFTA are well covered.
The Spanish philosopher Jose Ortega y Gasset published in 1925 an essay "La deshumanicazion del arte".