Miguel de Unamuno


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Spanish poet and man of letters, and professor of Greek at Salamanca from 1891. Influenced by James and Kierkegaard he developed an existentialist Christian theology, premised on a tragic view of life and mortality. His views are largely developed in fiction and drama; his most significant philosophical text is The Tragic Sense of Life (1913).

Subjects: Philosophy — Theatre.

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