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The tragic sense of life in men and in peoples,

Author: Miguel de Unamuno; Salvador de Madariaga
Publisher: London, Macmillan, 1921.
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Unamuno, Miguel de, 1864-1936.
Tragic sense of life in men and in peoples.
London, Macmillan, 1921
(OCoLC)551495067
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Miguel de Unamuno; Salvador de Madariaga
OCLC Number: 1472494
Notes: Translation of Del sentimiento trágico de la vida en los hombres y en los pueblos.
Includes index.
Description: xxxv, 332 pages 22 cm
Contents: I: The man of flesh and bone --
Philosophy and the concrete man --
The man Kant, the man butler, and the man Spinoza --
Unity and continuity of the person --
Man an end not a means --
Intellectual necessities and necessities of the heart and the will --
Tragic sense of life in men and in peoples --
II: The starting point --
Tragedy of paradise --
Disease an element of progress --
Necessity of knowing in order to live --
Instinct of preservation and instinct of perpetuation --
The sensible world and the ideal world --
Practical starting-point of all philosophy --
Knowledge an end in itself? --
The man Descartes --
The longing not to die --
III: The hunger of immortality --
Thirst of being --
Cult of immortality --
Plato's "glorious risk" --
Materialism --
Paul's discourse to the Athenians --
Intolerance of the intellectuals --
Craving for fame --
Struggle for survival --
IV: The essence of Catholicism --
Immortality and resurrection --
Development of idea of immortality in Judaic and Hellenic religions --
Paul and the dogma of the resurrection --
Athanasius --
Sacrament of the Eucharist --
Lutheranism --
Modernism --
The Catholic ethic --
Scholasticism --
The Catholic solution --
V: The rationalist dissolution --
Materialism --
Concept of substance --
Substantiality of the soul --
Berkeley --
Myers --
Spencer --
Combat of life with reason --
Theological advocacy --
Odium anti-theologicum --
The rationalist attitude --
Spinoza --
Nietzsche --
Truth and consolation --
VI: In the depths of the abyss --
Passionate doubt and Cartesian doubt --
Irrationality of the problem of immortality --
Will and intelligence --
Vitalism and rationalism --
Uncertainty as basis of faith --
The ethic of despair --
Pragmatical justification of despair --
Summary of preceding criticism VII: Love, suffering, pity, and personality --
Sexual love --
Spiritual love --
Tragic love --
Love and pity --
Personalizing faculty of love --
God the personalization of the all --
Anthropomorphic tendency --
Consciousness of the universe --
What is truth? --
Finality of the universe --
VIII: From god to god --
Concept and feeling of divinity --
Pantheism --
Monotheism --
The rational god --
Proofs of god's existence --
Law of necessity --
Argument from consensus gentium --
The living god --
Individuality and personality --
God a multiplicity --
The god of reason --
The god of love --
Existence of god --
IX: Faith, hope, and charity --
Personal element in faith --
Creative power of faith --
Wishing that god may exist --
Hope the form of faith --
Love and suffering --
The suffering god --
Consciousness revealed through suffering --
Spiritualization of matter --
X: Religion, the mythology of the beyond, and the apocatastasis --
What is religion? --
The longing for immortality --
Concrete representation o a future life --
Beatific vision --
St. Teresa --
Delight requisite for happiness --
Degradation of energy --
Apcatastasis --
Climax of the tragedy --
Mystery of the beyond --
XI: The practical problem --
Conflict as basis of conduct --
Injustice of annihilation --
Making ourselves irreplaceable --
Religious value of the civil occupation --
Business of religion and religion of business --
Ethic of domination --
Ethic of the cloister --
Passion and culture --
The Spanish soul --
Conclusion: Don Quixote in the contemporary European tragi-comedy --
Culture --
Faust --
The modern inquisition --
Spain and the scientific spirit --
Cultural achievement of Spain --
Thought and language --
Don Quixote the hero of Spanish thought --
Religion a transcendental economy --
Tragic ridicule --
Quixotesque philosophy --
Mission of Don Quixote today.
Responsibility: by Miguel de Unamuno. Translated by J.E. Crawford Flitch ... with an introductory essay by Salvador de Madariaga.

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