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Ideas of George Santayana, by Text

[American, 1863 - 1952, Born in Madrid. Taught by William James. Professor at Harvard University. Moved to Rome in 1912.]

1906 The Life of Reason
p.3 He who is ignorant of the history of philosophy is doomed to repeat it [MacIntyre]
1927 Platonism and the Spiritual Life
p.3 p.130 The good is not relative, but is rooted in facts about human needs
1930 The Realm of Matter
p.107 p.53 The criterion of existence is the possibility of action