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  • Print publication year: 1989
  • Online publication date: March 2012

Ortega's major works in English translation

Summary

Most recent English language versions in chronological order of composition

Meditaciones del Quijote (1914) – Meditations on Quixote (Norton, New York, 1984)

Investigaciones psicológicas (1916) – Psychological Investigations (Norton, New York/London, 1987)

España invertebrada (1921) – Invertebrate Spain (Norton, New York, 1957)

El tema de nuestro tiempo (1923) – The Modern Theme (Harper, New York, 1961)

La deshumanizacion del arte e ideas sobre la novela (1925) – The Dehumanization of Art and Notes on the Novel (Princeton University Press, 1972)

The 1968 edition from the same publisher (entitled The Dehumanization of Art and other essays on art, culture and literature) also contains ‘On the doctrine of the point of view in art’, ‘Asking for a Goethe from within’, and ‘The self and other’.

La rebelión de las masas (1929) – The Revolt of the Masses (University of Notre Dame Press, Indiana, 1985)

¿Qué es filosofía? (1929) – What is Philosophy? (Norton, New York, 1960)

Misión de la universidad (1930) – Mission of the University (Princeton University Press, 1962)

Unas lecciones de metafísica (1932–3) – Some Lessons in Metaphysics (Norton, New York, 1969)

En torno a Galileo (1933) – Man and Crisis (Norton, New York, 1962)

Sobre la razón histórica (1940 and 1944) – Historical Reason (Norton, New York/London, 1984)

Estudios sobre el amor (1941) – On Love (Meridian, New York, 1960)

Historia como sistema (1941) – History as a System and other Essays towards a Philosophy of History (Norton, New York, 1962).

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An Introduction to the Politics and Philosophy of José Ortega y Gasset
  • Online ISBN: 9780511898044
  • Book DOI: https://doi.org/10.1017/CBO9780511898044
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