Year of manufacture: 1925
Author: George Santayana
Genre: Philosophy (scientific publication)
Publisher: Constable & Co.
Number of Pages: 202
The atheist and skeptic, the American philosopher George Santayana (1863-1952) in this book, with his sarcasm, debunks the dogmas of Christianity, showing that all religions are only incarnations of man's natural need to poeticize reality. Philosophy, in his opinion, is also akin to religion and art - it does not solve any problems and does not make any discoveries and is only a self-expression of the one who does it.
For philosophers, historians of philosophy, religious scholars.
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