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== '''Spanish''' philosopher == == '''Spanish''' philosopher ==
Born in 1924 and still publishing books and papers. Defined by The Times as 芦Spain鈥檚 top philosopher禄, Gustavo Bueno is the main proponent of the philosophical system known as philosophical materialism. Philosophical materialism excludes any possibility of spiritual life without reference to organic life (gods, spirits, souls); however, its ontology and theories of knowledge are not based in mechanic materialism or dualist historical materialism, but rather in a rich interpretation of, and alternative to, the main systems defended by the different traditions available in the History of Philosophy. It has been applied to different regions of reality in dozens of books, papers and talks by Bueno and others. Born in 1924 and still publishing books and papers. Defined by The Times as 芦Spain鈥檚 top philosopher禄, Gustavo Bueno is the main proponent of the philosophical system known as philosophical materialism. Philosophical materialism excludes any possibility of spiritual life without reference to organic life (gods, spirits, souls); however, its ontology and theories of knowledge are not based in mechanic materialism or dualist historical materialism, but rather in a rich interpretation of, and alternative to, the main systems defended by the different traditions available in the History of Philosophy. It has been applied to different regions of reality in dozens of books, papers and talks by Bueno and others.

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Spanish philosopher

Born in 1924 and still publishing books and papers. Defined by The Times as 芦Spain鈥檚 top philosopher禄, Gustavo Bueno is the main proponent of the philosophical system known as philosophical materialism. Philosophical materialism excludes any possibility of spiritual life without reference to organic life (gods, spirits, souls); however, its ontology and theories of knowledge are not based in mechanic materialism or dualist historical materialism, but rather in a rich interpretation of, and alternative to, the main systems defended by the different traditions available in the History of Philosophy. It has been applied to different regions of reality in dozens of books, papers and talks by Bueno and others.