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Revolt of the Masses
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The Revolt of the Masses was a seminal work in the early 20th century. And I have to admit the first couple of times I read it, I didn’t really understand what Ortega was trying to get : Addison Wiggin. Jose Ortega y Gasset, once a "Liberal" legislator in the doomed Spanish Republic, wrote Revolt of the Masses 70 years too soon. This elitist book, although seriously flawed, makes numerous excellent points, demands to be read in these opening years of the 21st Century, and should be quoted, frequently, publicly, and with great fervor/5(50).
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– Intro to Revolt of the Masses (Spanish: La rebelión de las masas), a book written by José Ortega y Gasset. – Similarities of Revolt of the Masses with The Sovereign Individual and Finite and Infinite Games. Mention of “Horizonal Thinking” in one of the essays. Social upheaval in early twentieth-century Europe is the historical setting for this seminal study by the Spanish philosopher Jos?Ortega y Gasset of the "mass man"?he phenomenon of mass culture that more than any other factor stamps the character of modern life. Continuously in print since , Ortega's analysis of Western culture as sinking to its lowest common denomenator and drifting 3/5(3).
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Ortega's suggestion that the 'revolt of the masses' will lead to an ever-increasing egalitarianism that seeks to remove any whiff of tradition and (legitimately Cited by: Spanish author Jose Ortega y Gasset gave tons of reasons in "The Revolt of the Masses" as to why the mindless masses are taking over.
One I found the most obvious and universal (especially on a global scale) is how people take all technology for granted/5. Great history book. It is about Andres Bonifacio, the first leader of the Katipunan and the Philippine Revolution against Spain, the first anti-colonial revolution in Asia.
He was born on November 30 in Manila and died in Cavite on He never got to see the Philippine Declaration of Independence.4/5. The masses' revolt, he argues, is nothing less than a rebellion against any and all forms of superiority, which seeks to obliterate the very concept of /5(32).
The Revolt of the Masses (José Ortega y Gasset) Oh, but this is a fascinating book. Written in by the Spanish philosopher José Ortega y Gasset, it is one of those books that is occasionally mentioned, especially recently, but rarely actually read.
This book is first and foremost a detailed and meticulous study of Ortega y Gasset's The Revolt of the Masses (). No other up-to-date books explore this thinker and his great work. The Revolt of the Masses had its seeds in an earlier book by José Ortega y Gasset, España invertebrada (; Invertebrate Spain, ), in an article titled “Masas” (), and several lectures delivered in Argentina in As he wrote in a footnote to.
His distinguished books are History of the Filipino People, The Revolt of the Masses: The Story of Bonifacio and the Katipunan, Malolos: The Crisis of the Republic, and The Fateful Years: Japan’s Adventure in the Philippines.
His outstanding works in Philippine literature are Bahaghari’t Bulalakaw and Sa Dalampasigan at Iba Pang Tula. Revolt of the Masses () - He urges that countries should be ruled by the intellectual elite to avoid the decaying influence of mob control on the arts and Size: KB.
SUMMARY OF THE BOOK THE REVOLT OF THE MASSES BY JOSE ORTEGA Y GASSET CHAPTER 1 THE COMING OF THE MASSES In this chapter, Jose Ortega y Gasset tries to tell us that his use of. Gasset: The Revolt of the Masses (analysis) Gasset and Barbarians.
The Revolt of the Masses, by Gasset, is a paradoxical essay in an era of “runs and falls” and “calm in the storm”, proud but not pretentious exploration of the problem of modern man.
The Smartest Book About Our Digital Age Was Published in I first read José Ortega y Gasset’s The Revolt of the Masses more than thirty years ago. I still remember how disappointed I. THE REVOLT OF THE MASSES: College Edition, 25th Anniversary Jose Ortega y Gasset; (Teresa Carey, Translator) Published by W.W Norton & Co, New York, NY ().
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This book is first and foremost a detailed and meticulous study of Ortega y Gasset's The Revolt of the Masses (). No other up-to-date books explore this thinker and his great work.
Most importantly, the author demonstrates the relevance and importance of Ortega y Gasset's thought and his The Revolt of the Masses for today's world, showing, for instance, how Ortega's categories like "mass 2/5(1).
"The Revolt of the Masses" has been, I think, continuously in print since for the simple reason that it's a very important book. Its main observation is hardly possible to deny: the vast increase in wealth caused by the Industrial Revolution empowered whole massive segments of society which had formerly been nearly invisible/5(38).
The Revolt of The Masses is a book written by Jose Ortega y Gasset's in Through this book, Jose explores the coming of the "mass-man" and gives an analysis of the mass-man constitution on his way to describe how the masses ascended to power and action in the society.
Social upheaval in early 20th-century Europe is the historical setting for this seminal study by the Spanish philosopher, José Ortega y Gasset.
Continuously in print sinceOrtega's vision of Western culture as sinking to its lowest common denominator and drifting toward chaos Brand: Norton, W. & Company, Inc. Ortega's The Revolt of the Masses and the Triumph of the New Man by Pedro Blas Gonzalez Book Resume: This book is first and foremost a detailed and meticulous study of Ortega y Gasset's The Revolt of the Masses ().
No other up-to-date books explore this thinker and his great work. The “revolt of the masses” is again on our radar screen, in populist form this time, even if the industrial working class is no longer what it used to be in the heyday of Marxism.The Revolt of the Masses.
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Publish your book with B&N. Learn More. “The Revolt of the Masses” is an extraordinary book about our arriving ordeal and why it has come. Written init is as prescient now (perhaps more so) than when it was written; for the arc of history is long, spanning multiple generations, and those who see the deconstruction of civilization from a perch far above and behind should be listened to as one by one the pillars they.