Aranguren, José Luis

Aranguren, José Luis hōsā´ lo͞oēs´ ärängo͞o´rān [key], 1909–, Spanish philosopher, theologian, and essayist, b. Ávila. A professor of ethics and sociology at the Univ. of Madrid, he is concerned with philosophical problems. His works include La filosofía de Eugenio D'Ors [the philosophy of Eugenio D'Ors] (1945), Protestantismo y catolicismo como formas de existencia [Protestantism and Catholicism as forms of existence] (1952), La juventud europea y otros ensayos [European youth and other essays] (1961), and Human Communication (tr. 1967).

The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 6th ed. Copyright © 2012, Columbia University Press. All rights reserved.

See more Encyclopedia articles on: Spanish and Portuguese Literature: Biographies

Browse By Subject

Play Poptropica Worlds

Download Poptropica and play for free!

Explore a limitless universe of uncharted islands
App store
Google Play