Meditations On Quixote

Autore: José Ortega y Gasset
Editore: University of Illinois Press
ISBN: 9780252068959
Grandezza: 32,89 MB
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Presents a powerful case for integrating literature into experience. Through a series of essays in intellectual love, the author explores the aim of philosophy. He then considers how literature, specifically Cervantes, contributes to realizing this aim.

Ortega As Phenomenologist

Autore: Philip Silver
Editore:
ISBN: 9780231045445
Grandezza: 59,91 MB
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Vista: 7817
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Meditations On Hunting

Autore: Jose Ortega y Gasset
Editore: Wilderness Adventures Press
ISBN: 9781932098532
Grandezza: 59,10 MB
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This is the classic treatise on hunting, written by Spain's leading philosopher of the 20th century. Reprinted with permission from Scribner, this edition features handsome new illustrations. The author explains the reason why humans hunt, as well as the ethics of hunting.

Meditaciones Del Quijote

Autore: José Ortega y Gasset
Editore: Alianza Editorial Sa
ISBN: 9788420686110
Grandezza: 67,74 MB
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Vista: 5158
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Forms Of Modernity

Autore: Rachel Schmidt
Editore: University of Toronto Press
ISBN: 144269419X
Grandezza: 27,61 MB
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It's a critical cliché that Cervantes' Don Quixote is the first modern novel, but this distinction raises two fundamental questions. First, how does one define a novel? And second, what is the relationship between this genre and understandings of modernity? In Forms of Modernity, Rachel Schmidt examines how seminal theorists and philosophers have wrestled with the status of Cervantes' masterpiece as an 'exemplary novel', in turn contributing to the emergence of key concepts within genre theory. Schmidt's discussion covers the views of well-known thinkers such as Friedrich Schlegel, José Ortega y Gasset, and Mikhail Bakhtin, but also the pivotal contributions of philosophers such as Hermann Cohen and Miguel de Unamuno. These theorists' examinations of Cervantes's fictional knight errant character point to an ever-shifting boundary between the real and the virtual. Drawing from both intellectual and literary history, Forms of Modernity richly explores the development of the categories and theories that we use today to analyze and understand novels.

A Watch Over Mortality

Autore: Harold C. Raley
Editore: SUNY Press
ISBN: 9780791431535
Grandezza: 26,78 MB
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An in-depth study of the thought of contemporary Spanish philosopher Julian Marias, in the context of Ortega y Gasset and his times and twentieth-century Spanish culture.

Families And Family Therapy

Autore: Salvador MINUCHIN
Editore: Harvard University Press
ISBN: 9780674292369
Grandezza: 79,95 MB
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Transcripts of six group sessions illuminate the tactics of therapists, methods of mapping and restructuring human relationships, and the nature of family problems

Theory Of The Novel

Autore: Michael McKeon
Editore: JHU Press
ISBN: 9780801863974
Grandezza: 51,46 MB
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McKeon and others dwelve into the significance of the novel as a genre form, issues in novel techniques such as displacement, the grand theory, narrative modes such as subjectivity, character, and development, critical interpretation of the structure of the novel, and the novel in historical context.

Field Work

Autore: Marjorie Garber
Editore: Routledge
ISBN: 1135210020
Grandezza: 31,86 MB
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Meta Mendel-Reyes provides a critical look at our fascination with the sixties, discusses the ways in which democratic participation was at the heart of sixties politics, and explores the interrelationship between the history and memory of the sixties and contemporary democratic politics. Mendel-Reyes stresses that if told properly, the story of the sixties could help open our eyes to the possibility that ordinary people can take democratic action and do have the ability to make a difference in nineties politics. In a time of cynicism about the American government's ability to solve the crises of inequality, poverty and racism, Mendel-Reyes puts the decline of political participation in historical context and provides hope for the coming decades.