The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset – Gregorio Marañón (FOM) is a private, non-profit making institution devoted to cultural activities, debate and research for the dissemination of the Social Sciences and Humanities.
Inspired by the figure of its founder and the important role he played in the society of his time, the Fundación Ortega y Gasset was created in 1978 by Soledad Ortega Spottorno. The Fundación Gregorio Marañón was created in 1988.
The Fundación José Ortega y Gasset has merged with the Fundación Gregorio Marañón producing a new Fundación Ortega-Marañón, that integrates the most important cultural figures (in Philosophy and Medicine) in Spain during the 20th century.
José Ortega y Gasset (1883-1955) was the most important Spanish philosopher of the 20th century. Some of his most important books are Meditations on Quixote, The Modern Theme, The Dehumanization of Art, and The Revolt of the Masses. He founded the Revista de Occidente in 1923, a cultural magazine that is now published by the Fundación Ortega-Marañón.
Gregorio Marañón (1887-1960) was a doctor, historian, and writer. Some of his most important books are Antonio Pérez. El hombre, el drama, la época; Don Juan. Ensayo sobre el origen de su leyenda; El Greco y Toledo; and Amiel. Un estudio sobre la timidez.
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Director: Dr. Guillermo García Díaz-Ambrona · email@example.com
Academic Director: Dr. Azucena López Cobo (based in Cambridge, MA) · firstname.lastname@example.org