6 edition of Santayana, pragmatism, and the spiritual life found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -329) and index.
|Statement||Henry Samuel Levinson.|
|LC Classifications||B945.S24 L48 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 348 p. :|
|Number of Pages||348|
|LC Control Number||91050785|
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Levinson's book illuminates an area neglected in both American Santayana history and the history of pragmatism. No other book has so carefully and centrally focused on the development of Santayana's scholarship, and no other author captures the way in which Santayana's concern with spirituality connects his earlier Santayana later works.5/5(1).
Levinson's book illuminates an area neglected in both American literary history and the history of pragmatism. No other book has so carefully and centrally focused on the development of Santayana's scholarship, and no other author captures the way in which Santayana's concern with spirituality connects his earlier and later works.
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George Santayana was Santayana Spanish-born American philosopher who and the spiritual life book regarded as one of the most important thinkers of the first half of the twentieth century, and one of the most prominent champions of critical realism. He was also a critic, dramatist, educator, essayist, novelist, and poet.
His first published work was a book of poetry titled Sonnets and Other Verses. George Santayana's biography and life Jorge Agustín Nicolás Ruiz de Santayana y Borrás, George Santayana was a philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist. The Sense of Beauty is a book on aesthetics by the philosopher George Santayana.
The book was published in by Santayana Scribner's Sons, and is based on the lectures Santayana Santayana on aesthetics while teaching at Harvard University. Santayana published the book out of necessity, for tenure, rather than an anecdote retold by art critic Arthur Danto of a meeting with Author: George Santayana.
This account of morality and the good life remains valid for Santayana even though, unlike the ancients, he denies the mind and its Santayana any causal power. Aristotle and Plato erred, he argues, in Santayana that the rational and spiritual purpose of human life served as a kind of cause of the universe, the reason for which the world exists.
Henry Samuel Levinson, a professor and the head of religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is the author of Santayana, Pragmatism, and the Spiritual Life.
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George Santayana: – although he eschewed the label “pragmatism” and called it a “heresy”, several critics argue that he applied pragmatist methodologies to naturalism, especially in his early masterwork, The Life of Reason.
Du Bois: – 36 Santayana, Reason in Science, Book V of The Life of Reason, or the Phases of Human Progress (New York: Charles Scribner's Sons ), 37 Santayana.
Reason in Science, Get this from a library. Seven sages: the story of American philosophy: Franklin, Emerson, James, Dewey, Santayana, Peirce [and] Whitehead. [Hendrikus Boeve Van Wesep] -- Brief sketches of the life and thought of American philosophers who contributed to pragmatic philosophy.
Santayana's main philosophical work consists of The Sense of Beauty (), his first book-length monograph and perhaps the first major work on aesthetics written in the United States, The Life of Reason (5 volumes, –6), the high point of his Harvard career, Scepticism and Animal Faith (), and The Realms of Being (4 vols., –40).
matism (), John Murphy's Pragmatism from Peirce to Davidson (), Henry Levinson's Santayana, Pragmatism and the Spiritual Life (), John Diggins's The Promise of Pragmatism (), Hilary Putnam's Pragmatism: An Open Question (), Herman Saatkamp's Rorty and Pragmatism (), Chantal Mouffe's Deconstruction and.
George Santayana: Religion in the Life of Reason George Santayana, who taught philosophy at Harvard from towas one of the most creative religious naturalists. He rejected the ontological validity of religious beliefs, but afﬁ rmed the importance of their role in human life.
He developed a rich naturalistic hermeneutics of. Morris Grossman, who died in at the age of 90, was a rare combination of philosopher, musician, and composer. Inspired by American philosophy, especially the philosophy of Santayana, he wrote with originality and verve on a variety of topics. As is befitting a student of Santayana, his thought moves freely over the worlds of philosophy, art, music, literature, politics, and : Glen Tiller.
Although he was born in Spain, George Santayana () became a uniquely American philosopher, critic, poet, and best-selling novelist. Along with his Harvard colleagues William James and Josiah Royce, he is best known as one of the founders of American pragmatism and recognized for his insights into the theory of knowledge, metaphysics, and moral philosophy/5.
Santayana's book publications after leaving Harvard is remarkable: Winds of Doctrine (), Egotism in German Philosophy (), Character and Opinion in the United States (), Soliloquies in England and Later Soliloquies (), Scepticism and Animal Faith (), Dialogues in Limbo (), Platonism and the Spiritual Life (), the four.
Mind was not created for the sake of discovering the absolute truth. George Santayana wrote the four volumes of The Realms of Being over a period of about twenty years. The first volume, The Realm of Essence, was published in after several years of work; and the last volume did not appear until When published together, the work fills some dense pages, making it comparable in bulk /5.
Kerr-Lawson () ‘Spirit Within a Life of Reason’ in Overheard in Seville: Bulletin of the Santayana Society, no. 16, Fallp. Google ScholarAuthor: Michael Brodrick. Born Jorge Agustín Nicolás Ruiz de Santayana y Borrás, George Santayana was a philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist.
A lifelong Spanish citizen, Santayana was raised and educated in the United States and identified himself as an American. He wrote in English and is generally considered an American man of letters.
At the age of forty-eight, Santayana left his position at. One way of continuing the discussion between Rorty’s and Santayana’s philosophical positions has been suggested by Levinson in his Santayana, Pragmatism, and the Spiritual Life. Comparing the conflicting views on realism in Rorty and Hilary Putnam, Levinson concludes: “Rorty’s pragmatism is realistic and Putnam’s realism is pragmatic.
The development of pragmatism is the most important achievement in the history of American philosophy. Gail Hamner here examines the European roots of the movement in a search for what makes Author: Nancy Frankenberry. Daniel MORENO, Santayana the Philosopher. Philosophy as a Form of Life [translated by Charles Padron], Lewisburg, PA, Bucknell University Press, characteristics of Santayana’s philosophy, but his book is more than a simple historical I lack the presentation of philosophy as a form of life Daniel Moreno, Santayana the Philosopher.
Book Reviews. Ann E. Berthoff. Floyd Merrell, Sign, Textuality, World. Frank M. Oppenheim, Royce’s Mature Ethics. Henry Samuel Levinson, Santayana, Pragmatism and the Spiritual Life.
Alicia Ostriker. Diane Lichtenstein, Writing Their Nations: The Tradition. Santayana on barbarism. The notion of ‘barbarism’ in Santayana has predominantly (though not exclusively) a form of something that can be called a ‘cultural barbarism’ as opposed to ‘civilization,’ and, in this sense, does not refer directly to any indiscriminate killings or plundering, as it is frequently associated in the popular usage of this term.
Singer points out that Santayana was a professional philosopher who addressed immediate problems of existence, a materialist in philosophy who believed in both a life of spirit and a life of reason, a product of American pragmatism who nevertheless rebelled against it, a Spaniard who wrote only in English, an American author who spent the last.
George Santayana (säntäyä´nä), –, American philosopher and poet, b. Madrid, Spain. Life Santayana emigrated to the United States in A graduate of Harvard (), he taught in the department of philosophy from until Pragmatism, and the Spiritual Life.
Now studiously avoiding the term, Levinson quietly Now studiously avoiding the term, Levinson quietly slips into a presentist account, as Author: Antonio Ivan Rionda. Santayana, pragmatism, and the spiritual life / Henry Samuel Levinson Toward a systematic pragmatics On the pragmatics of communication / Jurgen Habermas ; edited by Maeve Cooke.
Morris Dickstein is Distinguished Professor of English at Queens College and at the Graduate School of the City University of New York. His previous books include Double Agent: The Critic and Society and Gates of Eden: American Culture in the Sixties. George Santayana (), Spanish and American philosopher, developed a personal form of critical realism that was skeptical, materialistic, and humanistic.
George Santayana was unique among American and European philosophers during his long lifetime. While others strove to make philosophy "scientific" and to apply philosophy and science to society. A Pluralistic Universe, like Some Problems in Philosophy and Essays in Radical Empiricism also available as Bison Books, is basic to an understanding of Jamess thought.
Henry Samuel Levinson, a professor and the head of religious studies at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro, is the author of Santayana, Pragmatism, and the Spiritual %(). George Santayana's America: Essays on Literature and Culture. James Ballowe, ed. Animal Faith and Spiritual Life: Previously Unpublished and Uncollected Writings by George Santayana With Critical Essays on His Thought.
John Lachs, ed. Santayana on America: Essays, Notes, and Letters on American Life, Literature, and Philosophy Born: 16 DecemberMadrid, Spain. But when pdf is used to make judgments about right and wrong, or when it becomes a guiding philosophy of life and ministry, it inevitably clashes with Scripture.
Spiritual and biblical truth is not determined by testing what "works" and what doesn't. Review of Santayana, Pragmatism, and the Spiritual Life by Henry Samuel Levinson. Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society, XXIX, No. 1 (Winter ), “Foreword,” Frontiers in American Philosophy, Volume I, Texas A&M University Press,ix.