The Unbelieving Priest: Unamuno's Saint Emmanuel the Good, Martyr and Bergman's Winter Light
- Miguel de Unamuno on the future of culture. Canton, Edgardo // UNESCO Courier;Nov93, Vol. 46 Issue 11, p42
Presents selections from a series of talks given in 1933 at the International Institute of Intellectual Co-operation in Madrid by Miguel de Unamuno on the future of culture. Disparity between production and consumption; Goal and purpose of culture to achieve the spiritual unity of humanity; The...
- Unamuno and the Religion of Uncertainty. Baker, Armand F. // Hispanic Review;Winter1990, Vol. 58 Issue 1, p37
Presents a criticism and interpretation of Hispanic author Miguel de Unamuno. Preoccupation of the author with religious matters; Frequent expression of doubt in religion by Miguel de Unamuno; Examples of the works of Unamuno manifesting such doubts; Unamuno's attitude towards non-belief;...
- Miguel de Unamuno SPAIN. // Cosmos Latinos: An Anthology of Science Fiction from Latin Ameri;2003, p47
The article profiles Miguel de Unamuno, Spanish author of the book "Mechanopolis."
- SOLITUDE. De Unamuno, Miguel; Neider, Charles // Great Short Stories of the Masters;2002, p488
The short story "Solitude," by Miguel de Unamuno is presented.
- Miguel de Unamuno. // Modern Age, 1900-2000: A Biographical Dictionary of Western Cult;2006, p844
An encyclopedia entry for Spanish writer Miguel de Unamuno is presented. He was born on September 29, 1864 in Bilbao, Spain. According to this entry, Unamuno's anti-establishment and reformist thought are evident in his works, "Concerning Traditionalism" and "Peace in War." In his books "The...
- Salamanca. de Unamuno, Miguel // Literary Imagination;2009, Vol. 11 Issue 1, p77
Presents the poem "Salamanca," by Miguel de Unamuno, translated by Leslie Harkema. First Line: Lofty grove of towers which upon setting; Last Line: tell that I have been.
- Unamuno's Intrahistoria and Jung's collective unconscious: Parallels, convergences, and common... Jurkevich, Gayana // Comparative Literature;Winter91, Vol. 43 Issue 1, p43
Discusses Carl Jung and Miguel de Unamuno's notion of collective psychology. Anticipation of the fundamental teachings of depth psychology; Establishment of a common ground in a shared interest in human mental life; Availability of literature on physiological psychology.
- The Tragic Sense of Life. H. J. P. // America;4/29/1922, Vol. 27 Issue 2, p43
The article reviews the book "The Tragic Sense of Life," by Miguel de Unamuno, translated by J. E. Crawford Flitch.
- AN INSIGHT INTO UNAMUNO'S EXISTENTIALISM AND THE TRAGEDY OF HUMAN EXISTENCE. Igbafen, Monday Lewis // Prajna Vihara;Jan-Jun2011, Vol. 12 Issue 1, p72
The thought of Miguel De Unamuno (1864-1936), a twentieth century Spanish philosopher, belongs to the genre of existentialism in the history of Western philosophy. The term 'existentialism' has diverse but reconcilable definitions or interpretations such that it can be broadly accepted to mean...