1 edition of George Santayana found in the catalog.
Includes index.Bibliography: p. 581-584.
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-- When all beliefs are challenged together, the just and necessary ones have a chance to step forward and re-establish themselves alone. The University of Michigan Press, George Santayana. -- Photography at first was asked to do nothing but embalm our best smiles for the benefit of our friends and our best clothes for the amusement of posterity.
This focus, along with his Spanish heritage, Catholic upbringing, and European suspicion of American industry, set him apart in the Harvard Yard.
Founding and Consulting EditorCambridge, MA and London: The MIT Press. The Genteel Tradition: Nine Essays by George Santayana. He was a member of eleven organizations including The Lampoon largely as a cartoonistthe Harvard Monthly a founding memberthe Philosophical Club Presidentand the Hasty Pudding.
Most commentators classify Santayana as an extreme moral relativist who maintains that all individual moral perspectives have equal standing and are based on the heritable traits and environmental circumstances of individuals.
-- George Santayana the concert of nature it is hard to keep in tune with oneself if one is out of tune with everything else.put his finger on something essential about Santayana. George Santayana at 150: International Interpretations, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books. Individual life should be structured in light of those goals. They [the wise spirits of antiquity in the first circle of Dante's Inferno] are condemned, Dante tells us, to no other penalty than to live in desire without hope, a fate appropriate to noble souls with a clear vision of life.
Dialogues in Limbo, With Three New Dialogues. It names not simply an intellectual ideal but an emotional imperative. " The fourth principle is: "To recognize always that the extent to which the cooperation of the public can be secured diminishes proportionately the necessity of the use of physical George Santayana and compulsion for achieving police objectives. Volume IV 1994The Last Puritan: A Memoir in the Form of a Novel, edited by William G. Not only his semi-autobiographical novel, but also his poetry, essays, and wide-ranging philosophical writings were eagerly read and digested, flowering in turn in the sentiments and opinions of several generations of readers.
Even the most inspired verse, which boasts not without a relative justification to bebecomes in the course of ages a scarcely legible hieroglyphic; the language it was written in dies, a learned education and an imaginative effort are requisite to catch even a vestige of its original force.
He was a naturalist before naturalism grew popular; he appreciated multiple perfections before multiculturalism became an issue; he thought of philosophy as literature before it became a theme in American and European scholarly circles; and he managed to naturalize Platonism, update Aristotle, fight off idealisms, and George Santayana a striking and sensitive account of the spiritual life without being a religious believer.
-- The body is an instrument, the mind its function, the witness and reward of its operation.
What more is needed for agreeable society? In the first stage of life the mind is frivolous and easily distracted, it misses progress by failing in consecutiveness and persistence.
Or it was, until now.
Rather it is the celebration of life in its festivities.