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U·na·mu·no

 (o͞o′nə-mo͞o′nō, -nä-), Miguel de 1864-1936.
Spanish philosopher and writer. His novels, poetry, and philosophical studies, such as The Tragic Sense of Life (1913) often address the conflict between reason and faith and the solitary nature of human existence.

Unamuno

(Spanish unaˈmuno)
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(Biography) Miguel de (miˈɣɛl de). 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher and writer

U•na•mu•no

(ˌu nəˈmu noʊ)

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Miguel de, 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher and writer.
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When in doubt, remember this quote, likely attributable to Miguel de Unamuno, a writer who discussed Don Quixote in his work: "Only those who attempt the absurd will achieve the impossible."
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1981, Paris) is a short-story writer and literary critic for La Nouvelle Revue FranQaise and translator into French of Witold Gombrowicz, Miguel de Unamuno, Ricardo Piglia, and Alejandra Pizarnik, among others.
Miguel de Unamuno similarly wanted his reader to be able to perceive the life force within his characters (his "agonists"), which came from the characters' desire for life.
(2002), Miguel de Unamuno e Teixeira de Pascoaes: compromissos plenos para a educagao dos povos peninsulares.
Miguel de Unamuno, el insigne intelectual, contesto asi el embate de Millan Astray: "Vencereis, porque teneis sobrada fuerza bruta, mas no convencereis".
Miguel de Unamuno, Filosofa logica, Madrid: Tecnos, 2016, 138 pp., 12 x 20, ISBN 978-84-309-6896-1.
Miguel de Unamuno ya habia expresado tales ideas en su ensayo "El Caballero de la triste figura; ensayo iconologico", publicado el 1 de noviembre de 1896 en La Espana Moderna.
(4) Esta nocion sobre lo comunitario se acerca a la asumida por Miguel de Unamuno en su trabajo intelectual, pues considero como estimulo de la situacion historica, social y politica el enfrentamiento agonico de contrarios.
La conciencia historica e intrahistorica en Miguel de Unamuno. Euphia.