Article published In:Revue Romane
Vol. 47:1 (2012) ► pp.111–130
This article aims, on one hand, to show how Miguel de Unamuno through his usage of the novel as a philosophical media evades the crisis of the European sciences and, on the other hand, to define his idea of novelistic existence. Through the example of Niebla it is shown how the novel becomes key in both his epistemological and ontological project since it is both the manifestation of our true being and a media to understanding this being and the world.
Article language: Spanish