35 Notable Quotes By José Ortega Y Gasset, The Great Spanish Philosopher
Philosopher, Educationist, Writer, University teacher, Sociologist, Mathematician, Literary critic
The great Spanish liberal philosopher and essayist, José Ortega y Gasset was famous for his influence on the cultural and literary renaissance of Spain in the twentieth century. He had made vivid contributions to subjects like psychology, Metaphysics and Philosophy. As a writer, ‘The Revolt of the Masses’, is considered to be his most popular work. Ortega worked on the ideas of the early twentieth century philosophers, and put them to use in his era, stating that his philosophy was based on ‘vital reason’. His philosophy was classified as the ‘Philosophy of Life’, and the lessons in his teachings made it more appealing. He had also served as a deputy for the ‘Province of León’, by being a part of the ‘Agrupación al Servicio de la Repúblic’ group. He exiled from Spain on the outbreak of the ‘Civil War’ and then returned to give lecture at the ‘Institute of Humanities’ in Madrid that he had founded. Many of his thoughts, writings, and essays have become very relevant sayings and quotes on several aspects of lifel. His works, quotations and thoughts still serve as a source of inspiration in hours of distress. Here is a collection of some of José Ortega Y Gasset's quotes!