Ortega y Gasset, Jose

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Jose Ortega y Gasset
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Name
Ortega y Gasset, Jose Gender: M
born on 9 May 1883 at 20:35 (= 8:35 PM )
Place Madrid, Spain, 40n24, 3w41
Timezone LMT m3w41 (is local mean time)
Data source
Quoted BC/BR
Rodden Rating AA
Collector: Rodden
Astrology data s_su.18.gif s_taucol.18.gif 18°51' s_mo.18.gif s_gemcol.18.gif 29°00 Asc.s_sagcol.18.gif 08°04'



Biography

Spanish philosopher, social critic and essayist, one of the most influential intellectuals of his time.

A graduate from Madrid, he studied in Germany, returning to become the Professor of Metaphysics at Madrid University 1910-36. He founded several periodicals and was quite liberal in politics. He lived abroad 1936-45, returned to Madrid and founded the Institute of Humanities, 1948. Expounding a form of existentialism, his collected works were published 1946-47. He was probably best known for "The Revolt of the Masses," 1930.

Jose married Rosa Spottorno-Topete and they had three children. He died 10/18/1955 in Madrid.

Link to Wikipedia biography

Events

  • Work : New Career 1910 (Professor of Metaphysics)
  • Work : Published/ Exhibited/ Released 1914 (First book published)

Source Notes

Ernesto Cordero quotes official time in MH 10/1983 (Cyklos Primavera 1997 quotes an autobiography for 5:30 AM)

Categories

  • Traits : Mind : Exceptional mind (Outstanding influence)
  • Family : Parenting : Kids 1-3 (Three)
  • Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Metaphysical (Student and teacher)
  • Personal : Religion/Spirituality : Philosopher/ Humanist (Existentialist philosopher)
  • Vocation : Education : Teacher (Professor of Metaphysics)
  • Vocation : Politics : Activist/ political
  • Vocation : Writers : Critic (Social critic)
  • Vocation : Writers : Magazine/ newsletter (Essayest and founded periodicals)
  • Vocation : Writers : Religion/ Philosophy (Humanities)

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