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His down-to-earth demeanor and no-nonsense outlook makes this 1921 book a favorite of intellectuals to this day, a practical, sensible discussion of the war between faith and reason that consumed the twentieth century and continues to rage in the twenty-first century.
de Unamuno's philosophy is not the stuff of a rarefied realm but an integral part of fleshly, sensual life, metaphysics that speaks to daily living and the real world. --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
The Spanish philosopher and novelist Miguel de Unamuno's (1864 -- 1936) "Tragic Sense of Life" is one of several important Twentieth Century works exploring the difficult character... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Robin Friedman
Whatever edition you get, be it kindle, the recurring Dover books editions, or the Kerrigan translation, read it and enjoy it! Read morePublished 10 months ago by Donald M. Brooks
Unamuno's elaborations on the absurdity of mortality are very insightful. I resonate in particular with his discussion of strife and how it can push one towards achieving... Read morePublished 13 months ago by el_schnee
Was very insightful and mind expanding. Worth a read for anybody who has questions about life, spirituality, philosofy, and God.Published 16 months ago by J. Rodriguez
I first read this book in my late 20"s after being introduced to it by a Argentinian woman.( Whom I fell in love with and still love to this day!! Read morePublished 21 months ago by Todd G. Allen
this was way boring. they need be to say more words, so, it was not what i thought it would be.Published 21 months ago by barbara
Thank god, this is a good translation. There is another version whose translation in unreadable. The hardcopy version is the bad one, so horrible that I would suggest anyone to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Indranil Chakravarty
excellent condition. It was a bigger size than expected but it looks great. Can't wait to read it! Thanks for the great product!Published on January 10, 2013 by Shannon