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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.
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Unamuno

(Spanish unaˈmuno)
n
(Biography) Miguel de (miˈɣɛl de). 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher and writer
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U•na•mu•no

(ˌu nəˈmu noʊ)

n.
Miguel de, 1864–1936, Spanish philosopher and writer.
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(1976), "Archetypes, Structure and Myth in Unamuno's El otro", in The Analysis of Hispanic Texts: Current Trends in Methodology II, New York, Bilingual Press, pp.
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.
Miguel de Unamuno, Filosofa logica, Madrid: Tecnos, 2016, 138 pp., 12 x 20, ISBN 978-84-309-6896-1.
Unamuno's conception of subject area as a living science