For sites on the subject of George Santayana (1863-1952), whose naturalism and emphasis on constructive imagination announced important intellectual changes on both sides of the Atlantic.
"To have imagination and taste, to love the best, to be carried by the contemplation of nature to a vivid faith in the ideal, all this is more, a great deal more, than any science can hope to be. The poets and philosophers who express this aesthetic experience and stimulate the same function in us by their example, do a greater service to mankind and deserve higher honor than the discoveries of historical truths."
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The Letters of George Santayana Book One
Michael Hodges reviews this book together with the fith volume of The Works of George Santayana. From Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews.
The Santayana Edition
Collecting and publishing a critical edition of the works, edited by Herman J. Saatkamp Jr.
Stanford University - George Santayana
Entry in the Stanford Encyclopedia by Herman Saatkamp.
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