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This is the last installment, in a fourt part series of articles, where I intend to present and discuss the development of the ideas of the Spanish philosopher José Ortega y Gasset about literary criticism, conceived as an intellectual activity of particular philosophical interest. The importance that literature assumes in Ortegan thought and style is already a subject thoroughly discussed; the study of his work as a literary critic and his views on literary criticism is also not a novel issue;doi:10.5281/zenodo.1490489 fatcat:pxqlxh2tpje63ijvopgldqmpeu