TITLE

MAGÍN O LA PREVISIÓN Y LA NOVEDAD (1926)1 DE EUGENIO D'ORS COMO INVERSIÓN DE AMOR Y PEDAGOGÍA

AUTHOR(S)
Aguilar, Fermín Ezpeleta
PUB. DATE
January 2009
SOURCE
Epos;2009, Issue 25, p77
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The philosophical story Magín o la previsión y la novedad, along with Oceanografía del tedio and El sueño es vida, belongs to the narrative trilogy Jardín Botánico. His author, Eugene d'Ors, that cultivates an intellectual novel, chisels in this case a type of story inspired by the classic pedagogical narrative models. The story, that objects philosophical theses of the «intuicionismo» of Bergson, can be considered like a counter-proposal of Amor y pedagogía of Unamuno: defense of the norm like counterbalance to the instincts.
ACCESSION #
57523075

 

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