Object Oriented Ontology and José Ortega y Gasset’s Anti-Idealist Interpretation of Phenomenology

Southwest Philosophy Review 30 (1):169-175 (2014)
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This paper is a discussion and critique of G. Harmon's interpretation of Ortega 's work, as set out in Harmon's "Guerrilla Metaphysics." I argue that while Harmon is right to point out Ortega 's critique of idealism, Ortega nevertheless remains a 'philosopher of access.' Ortega 's disagrees with the idealist i claim that we access reality through ideas, but agrees with the more basic point that philosophy ought to give an account of how we access reality



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