The items below will supplement the references given in George
Santayana: A Bibliographical Checklist, 1880-1980 (Bowling Green:
Philosophy Documentatiai Center, 1982) prepared by Herman J. Saatkamp
Jr., and John Jones. These references are divided into primary and
secondary sources. Except for the book reviews, the following articles and
books are classified according to their years of publication. Readers with
additions or corrections are invited to send these to Herman J. Saatkamp
Jr., Santayana Edition, Department of Philosophy, Texas A&M University,
College Station, Texas 77843-4237.
CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF PRIMARY SOURCES
Didlogos en el limbo. Translated by Carmen Garda Trevijano. Madrid: Editorial Tecnos,
"George Santayana (1863-1952)." hi The Philosophy of Laughter and Humor, edited by
John Marreall, 90-98. Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987. Reprint
of pp. 245-58 ofThe Sense of Beauty, Scribner's, 1896.
"George Santayana, Dante." hi Dante in America: The First Two Centuries, vol. 23,
edited by A. Bartlett Giamatti, 116-32. Binghamtcm, NY: Medieval &
Renaissance Texts & Studies, 1983. Reprint of pp. 104-35 of "Dante," Three
Philosophical Poets, Harvard University Press, 1910.
"George Santayana: Religion as Poetry." In Classical Statements on Faith and Reason,
edited, with an Introduction by Bd. L. Miller, 192-99. New York: Random House,
1970. Reprint of chapter one of Reason in Religion, Scribner's, 1905.
"The Implied Being of Truth." hi Belief, Knowledge, and Truth: Readings in the Theory
of Knowledge, edited by Robert R. Ammerman and Marcus G. Singer, 479-81.
New York: Charles Scribner's Sons, 1970. Reprint of pp. 266-69 of Scepticism
and Animal Faith, Constable, 1923.
"George Santayana: The Criterion of Taste." hi Philosophy of Art and Aesthetics: From
Plato to Wittgenstein, edited by Frank A. Tillman and Steven M. Cahn, 429-40.
New York, Evanston, and London: Harper & Row, Publishers, 1969. Reprint of
pp. 191-215 of Reason in Art, Scribner's, 1905.