Advertisement

The “Person” and the “Other” in María Zambrano’s Philosophical Anthropology

  • Maria Mercede Ligozzi
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 89)

Keywords

Philosophical Anthropology Intimate Space Accomp Lishment Eternal Protester Mass Exterm Ination 
These keywords were added by machine and not by the authors. This process is experimental and the keywords may be updated as the learning algorithm improves.

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Bibliography

Works by María Zambr ano

  1. Nuevo Liberalismo (New Liberalism) (Madrid, Morata, 1930).Google Scholar
  2. “Hacia un saber sobre el alma” (Towards a Knowledge of the Soul), in Revista de Occidente, 138, Madrid (1934).Google Scholar
  3. Los intelectuales en el drama de España (Intellectuals in the Tragedy of Spain) (Santiago Chile: Panorama, 1937; Madrid: Hispamerca, 1977).Google Scholar
  4. Pensamiento y poesia en la vida española (Thought and Poetry in Spanish Life), F.C.E. (Mexico 1939; Madrid: Endymion, 1987).Google Scholar
  5. El pensamiento vivo de Séneca (The Living Thought of Seneca) (Buenos Aires: Losada, 1944; Madrid: Catedra, 1987, 1992).Google Scholar
  6. La agonía de Europa (The Agony of Europe) (Buenos Aires: Edit. Sudamericana, 1945; Madrid: Mondadori, 1988; Madrid: Trotta, 2000).Google Scholar
  7. Hacia un saber sobre el alma (Towards a Knowledge of the Soul) (Buenos Aires: Losada, 1950, Madrid: Alianza, 1987, 2000).Google Scholar
  8. El hombre y lo divino (Man and the Divine) (Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1955, 1966, 1973; Madrid: Siruela, 1991).Google Scholar
  9. Persona y democracia la historia sacrifical (Person and Democracy, the Sacrificial History) (Puerto Rico: Departamento de Instrucción Pública, 1958; Barcelona: Anthropos, 1988; Madrid: Siruela, 1996).Google Scholar
  10. La España de Galdós (Galdos’ Spain) (Madrid: Maribel, 1960; Madrid: Endymión, 1989).Google Scholar
  11. “Carta sobre el exilio” (Letter on Exile), Cuadernos del Congreso para la Libertad de la Cultura, 49 (Paris, 1961).Google Scholar
  12. “Lettera sull’esilio” (Letter on Exile) in Tempo Presente, 6 (1961), pp. 405–410, in Aut Aut, 279 (1997), pp. 5-13.Google Scholar
  13. Spagna; pensiero, poesia e una città (Spain: Thought, Poetry and a City) (Florence: Vallecchi, 1964).Google Scholar
  14. España, sueño, y verdad (Spain, Dream and Truth) (Barcelona: Edhasa, 1965,1982; Madrid: Siruela, 1994, 2002).Google Scholar
  15. Claros del bosque (Lights in the Woods) (Barcelona: Seix Barral, 1977, 1986).Google Scholar
  16. Dos escritos autobiográficos (el nacimento) (Two Autobiographical Writings — Birth) (Madrid: Entregas de la Ventura, 1981).Google Scholar
  17. De la aurora (On Sunrise) (Madrid: Turner, 1986).Google Scholar
  18. El sueño creador (The Creative Dream) (Madrid: Turner, 1986).Google Scholar
  19. Senderos (Pathways) (Barcelona: Anthropos, 1986).Google Scholar
  20. Maria Zambrano en Origenes (M.Z. in Origen) (Mexico: Ediciones del Equilibrista, 1987).Google Scholar
  21. Pensamiento y poesia en la vida española (Thought and Poetry in Spanish Life) (Madrid: Endymión, 1987).Google Scholar
  22. Filosofia y poesia (Philosophy and Poetry) (Madrid-Mexico: Fondo de Cultura Económica, 1987).Google Scholar
  23. La confesión: génere literario (The Confession: A Literary Genre) (Madrid: Mondadori, 1988).Google Scholar
  24. La tumba de Antígone (The Tomb of Antigone) (Madrid: Mondadori, 1989).Google Scholar
  25. Notas de un método (Notes on a Method) (Madrid: Mondadori Espana, 1989).Google Scholar
  26. Algunos lugares de la pintura (Some Places in Painting) (Madrid: Calpe, 1989).Google Scholar
  27. Delirio y destino (Delirium and Destiny: A Spaniard in her Twenties) (Madrid: Mondadori, 1989).Google Scholar
  28. Los bienaventurados (The Blessed) (Madrid: Siruela, 1990).Google Scholar
  29. Nacer por sí misma (To Be Born for Oneself ) (Madrid: Horas y Horas, 1995).Google Scholar
  30. Las Palabras del Regreso (Artículos periodísticos, 1985–1990) (Words of Return) (Salamanca: Amarú, 1995).Google Scholar
  31. Horizonte del liberalismo (The Horizon of Liberalism) (Madrid: Morata, 1996).Google Scholar
  32. La Cuba secreta y otros ensayos (Secret Cuba and Other Essays) (Madrid: Endymion, 1996).Google Scholar
  33. “L’esperienza della storia (dopo di allora)” (The Experience of History — Afterwards), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), 14–24.Google Scholar
  34. “Per una storia della pietà” (For a History of Pity), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), 63–69.Google Scholar
  35. “Il metodo in filosofia o le tre forme della visione” (Method in Philosophy, or the Three Forms of Vision), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), 70–78.Google Scholar
  36. “La democrazia (1956)” (Democracy), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), 117–124.Google Scholar
  37. “Quasi un’autobiografia” (Almost an Autobiography), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), 125–134.Google Scholar
  38. “Lydia Cabrera, poeta della metamorfosi” (L.C., a Poetess of Metamorphosis), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), 145–149.Google Scholar
  39. Los sueños y el tiempo (Dreams and Time) (Madrid: Siruela, 1998).Google Scholar

Critical Essays and Articles on María Zambrano

  1. Antigone e il sapere femminile dell’anima: percorsi intorno a María Zambrano (Antigone and Feminine Knowledge of the Soul), Ed. M. Inversi (Rome: Lavoro, 1999).Google Scholar
  2. Arcos, Jorge Luis, “María Zambrano e la Cuba segreta” (M. Zambrano and the Secret Cuba), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), pp. 135–144.Google Scholar
  3. Balcells, José Maria, y Pérez Bowie, José Antonio, El exilio cultural de la Guerra Civil (1936–1939) (The Cultural Exile of Civil War), in www.cervantesvirtual.com/servlet/Sirve/ObrasGoogle Scholar
  4. Boella, Laura, “La passione della storia” (A Passion for History), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), pp. 25–38.Google Scholar
  5. Boella, Laura, Cuori Pensanti Hannah Arendt, Simone Weil, Edith Stein, María Zambrano (Thinking Hearts) (Mantova: Tre Lune, 1998).Google Scholar
  6. Brezzi, Francesca, “Il tempo di Antigone: María Zambrano” (Antigone’s Time: M.Z.), in Antigone e la Philía Le passioni tra etica e politica (Milan: Franco Angeli, 2004), pp. 169–188.Google Scholar
  7. Bundgård, Ana, Más allá filosofia sobre el pensamiento filosofico-mistico de María Zambrano (On the Philosophic-Mystic Thought of M.Z.) (Madrid: Trotta, 2000).Google Scholar
  8. Cacciari, Massimo, “L’Europa di María Zambrano” (M. Zambrano’s Europe), in Actas Il congreso internacional sobre la vida y obra de María Zambrano (Vélez-Malaga: Fundación María Zambrano, 1998).Google Scholar
  9. Cioran, Emile, Exercises d’Admiration (Exercises of Admiration) (Paris: Gallimard, 1986).Google Scholar
  10. De Monticelli, Roberta, “La fenomenologia dell’anima smarrita” (Phenomenology of the Bewildered Soul), in Aut Aut 279 (1997), pp. 101–115.Google Scholar
  11. Dolfi, Laura, “María Zambrano y Oreste Macrí (M. Zambrano and Oreste Macrí), in Revista del Instituto Cervantes en Italia 5 (2003/II), pp. 197–216.Google Scholar
  12. Eguizábal, José Ignacio, El exilio y el reino en torno a María Zambrano (Exile and the Kingdom in M. Zambrano) (Madrid: Huerga y Fierro, 2002).Google Scholar
  13. Ferrucci, Carlo, Le ragioni dell’altro. Arte e fílosofía in María Zambrano (Reasons of the Other. Art and Philosophy in M.Z.) (Bari: Dedalo, 1995).Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Springer 2006

Authors and Affiliations

  • Maria Mercede Ligozzi
    • 1
  1. 1.The Italian Ministry of CultureRome

Personalised recommendations