(18631952). Poet, philos.; b. Madrid, Sp.; to US 1872; educ. Harvard (Cambridge, Massachusetts) and Berlin, Ger.; taught at Harvard 18891912; lived in Eng., Paris, and Rome. Baptized RC; professed agnostic; tried to justify religious myth on intellectual grounds. Works include The Sense of Beauty; The Life of Reason; Realms of Being; The Idea of Christ in the Gospels, or God in Man; Sonnets and Other Verses.
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