The items below will supplement the references given in George Santayana: A
Bibliographical Checklist, 1880-1980 (Bowling Green: Philosophy Documentation
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 and
dissertations, the following articles and books are classified according to their years
of publication. Readers with additions or corrections are invited to send these to
Kristine Frost, Santayana Edition, Institute for American Thought, School of Liberal
Arts, IUPUI, INDIANAPOLIS IN 46202-5157, or by email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
A special thank you to Daniel Moreno for his time and effort in researching and
compiling the majority of entries in this year's update.
CHRONOLOGICAL LISTING OF PRIMARY SOURCES
Personas y lugares. Fragmentos de autobiografia. [Excerpts.] Translated by Pedro
Garcia Martin. Debats 108 (2010): 32-35.
"Las mansiones de Helena." [Soliloquy number 52 from Soliloquies in England.}
Translated by Daniel Moreno Moreno. Debats 108 (2010): 36-39.
"La piedad." [Essay number 36 from Little Essays.] Translated by Jose Beltran and
Daniel Moreno. Debats 108 (2010): 40-41.
The Genteel Tradition in American Philosophy and Character and Opinion in the
United States. Edited and with an Introduction by James Seaton. With essays
by Wilfred M. McClay, John Lachs, James Seaton, and Roger Kimball. New
Haven, CT, and London: Yale University Press, 2009, 200p.
"La ironia del liberalismo." [Soliloquy number 43 from Soliloquies in England.]
Translated by Javier Alcoriza and Antonio Lastra. Archipielago 70 (2006):
"^Que es la estetica?" ("What Is Aesthetics?) Translated by Ignacio Rodriguez de
Guzman. Fedro. Revista de estetica y teoria de las artes 4 (2006): 70-76.
[Available at: http://institucional.us.es/fedro/uploads/pdf/n4/santayana.pdf]
"Tom Sawyer y don Quijote." Translated by Javier Alcoriza and Antonio Lastra.
Archipielago 70 (2006): 119-22.