Year of manufacture: 1906 - 1930
Author: George Santayana
Genre: Philosophy (scientific publication)
Publisher: Charles Scribner's sons, Archibald Constable & Co.
Format: DjVu, PDF
Number of pages / volume: 320/1, 222/2, 292/3, 248/4, 346/5
In one of his main works, the American philosopher, leader of the direction of critical realism George Santayana (1863 - 1952) substantiates the true role of creative imagination in human culture. Religion, philosophy, art - all of them, from his point of view, reflect not an objective reality, but only our own moods, internal attitudes, structures of consciousness that are the only apodictically necessary reality for Santayana. But science is no exception. Its source is the same creative imagination as in art or religion.
For philosophers and historians of philosophy.
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