Human Reality and the Social World: Ortega's Philosophy of History

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Notes

Introduction
1.
"Datos Biográficos de José Ortega y Gasset," in the Archives of the Ortega family ( Madrid: Bárbara de Braganza 12, compiled in 1964); hereafter cited as "Datos Biográficos."
2.
Ibid.
3.
Ibid.
4.
El Imparcial ( Madrid), 14 March 1904, p. 3.
5.
José Ortega y Gasset, Los Terrores del Año Mil: Crítica de una Leyenda ( Madrid: Establecimiento Tipográfico de El Liberal, 1909).
7.
José Ortega y Gasset, Obras Completas, 6th ed., 11 vols. ( Madrid: Revista de Occidente, 1962-65, 1969), 2:118.
8.
El Imparcial, 19 January 1908, p. 1.
9.
José Ortega y Gasset, "Cartas de José Ortega y Gasset a Navarro Ledesma," Archives of the Ortega family ( Madrid: Bárbara de Braganza 12, 28 May 1905, p. 4; 16 May 1905, p. 6; 16 May 1905, p. 7; 5 May 1905, p. 1. Hereafter cited as "Ortega a Ledesma." These "Cartas de Ortega a Ledesma" appear with the "Cartas de Navarro Ledesma a José Ortega y Gasset" as "Cartas Inéditas a Navarro Ledesma" and as "Dos Cartas a Ortega y Gasset" in Cuadernos, no. 66 ( 1962):3-23.
10.
Paul Honigsheim, "The Time and the Thought of the Young Georg Simmel," in "Georg Simmel: A Collection of Essays with Translations and Bibliography", ed. Kurt Wolff ( Columbus: Ohio State University Press, 1959), p. 172.
11.
"Ortega a Ledesma," 28 May 1905, p. 9.
12.
Ibid., 9 August 1905, pp. 5-6, 8.
13.
Ibid., pp. 8-9; "I am weary of Leipzig which is a very ugly town, extremely common, and conspicuously industrial. I am thinking of spending next September in Berlin. . . ."Ibid., 27 August 1905, p. 2; Ortega y Gasset, Obras, 8:26.
14.
"Datos Biográficos"; Ortega y Gasset, Obras, 8:26-32; Honigsheim, "Young Georg Simmel," pp. 168-70; Ortega y Gasset, Obras, 8:30.
15.
Ortega y Gasset, Obras, 8:20, 34; José Ortega y Gasset, "Epistolario entre Miguel de Unamuno y José Ortega y Gasset," Revista de Occidente 2, no. 19 ( 1964): 30 December 1906, 10; 27 January 1907, 12. See also Francisco Giner de los Ríos , "Carta a Ortega," Revista de Occidente 3, no. 23 ( 1965), 1d3 May 1911, 125-33.
16.
Ortega y Gasset, Obras, 6:383 n.
17.
"Datos Biográficos."

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