Un philosophe en exil : José Ortega y Gasset entre la Guerre Civile espagnole et la Seconde Guerre mondiale (1936-1945)

Abstract : The article presents the biographical and intellectual career of José Ortega y Gasset during his exile (1936-1946), in order to refute the official hypothesis of his “political silence”. Ortega firstly approves General Franco’s uprising: despite the fact he keeps it secret, this position appears through his essays and causes his isolation in France and Argentina. He rectifies then his opinion criticising dictatorial regimes in his philosophical essays. Watched over by franquist authorities, criticized by the Republicans in exile, he maintains his strategy of silence as a way to protect himself. From Portugal, he prepares his return to Spain, where he hopes to recover his position of cultural leader, and contribute to liberalize the regime.
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Eve Giustiniani. Un philosophe en exil : José Ortega y Gasset entre la Guerre Civile espagnole et la Seconde Guerre mondiale (1936-1945). Rives Méditerranéennes, UMR TELEMME, 2007, pp.129-141. ⟨10.4000/rives.1023 ⟩. ⟨hal-01475628⟩

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