José Ortega y Gasset

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José Ortega y Gasset (1883–1955) was a Spanish philosopher.

Ortega y Gasset's writings on technology[edit]

Articles
  • "Deshumanización del arte", 1925; repr. in Obras completas, Tomo 3, Madrid: Revista de Occidente, 1947, pp 353-386. (Spanish) [1]
    • "The Dehumanization of Art", trans. Alexis Brown, in Velázquez, Goya and the Dehumanization of Art, London: Studio Vista, 1972, pp 65-83.
  • "Meditación de la técnica", in Ensimismamiento y alteración, Buenos Aires: Espasa-Calpe, 1939; repr. in Obras completas, Tomo V (1933-1941), Madrid: Revista de Occidente, 1947; 6th Ed., 1964, pp 317-375. Series of lectures delivered in 1933. (Spanish)
    • "Man the Technician", trans. Helene Weyl, in Toward a Philosophy of History, New York: W.W. Norton, 1941, pp 87-161; a volume reprinted as History as a System and Other Essays toward a Philosophy of History, 1961. Translated excerpts from the original.
    • "Thoughts on Technology", trans. Edwin Williams, in Philosophy and Technology, eds. Carl Mitcham and Robert Mackey, Free Press, 1972, pp 290-313. Translated excerpts from the original.
  • "Der Mythus des Menschen hinter der Technik" [The Myth of Humanity Outside Technology], in Mensch und Raum, ed. Otto Bartning, Darmstadt: Neue Darmstaedter Verlangsanstalt, 1952, pp 111-117. Lecture delivered at a conference in Darmstadt in 1951. (German)
Books
  • Ensimismamiento y alteración. Meditación de la técnica, Buenos Aires: Espasa-Calpe, 1939. (Spanish)
  • Meditación de la técnica, y otros ensayos sobre ciencia y filosofía, Madrid: Alianza Editorial, 1996. (Spanish)
  • Philosophy and Technology, eds. Carl Mitcham and Robert Mackey, Free Press, 1972.
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