||Born in Barcelona, October 30.
prebaccalaureate and commercial studies in Colegio de Santa Maria del Collell.
||Works as a clerk in a
bank, in a utility company, and in a car agency while pursuing studies and taking examinations for
the A.B. degree.
||Works as a free-lance
translator and editor for several publishing firms while supporting his studies for the completion of
the A.B. and Licenciado en Filosofía degrees at the University of Barcelona.
||Receives A.B. degree.
Enters the University of Barcelona.
||Publishes first book:
Cóctel de verdad.
||Completes Licenciado en
||Enlists in Loyalist Army,
Eastern Front. He is given a clerical position in the Intelligence Section of the Advanced
Headquarters of the Loyalist Army of the East. He spends four months in a sanitarium in the Pyrenees.
Spanish-French border when Catalonia is occupied by Franco's troops. He lives in exile in Paris
for three months.
to Havana, Cuba. He lectures, translates, teaches summer courses and prepares the first edition of the Dictionary.
||Goes to Santiago de
Chile to teach a summer course at the University of Chile. A few months later, he is appointed
Professor of Philosophy at the University of Chile.
||Comes to US as a
Guggenheim Fellow and lives in New York City.
renewed. He lives in Princeton, (befriended by Américo Castro) and Baltimore (befriended by the
poet Jaime Salinas).
|| Lecturer of
Philosophy and Spanish, Bryn Mawr College.
Professor of Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College.
|| Professor of
Philosophy, Bryn Mawr College.
||Becomes an American
American Council of Learned Societies.
||Lindley Lecturer at the University of Kansas.
||Visiting Professor at
Johns Hopkins University.
||John Gordon Stype
Lecturer at Emory University.
Special Guest of the Mexican Government at the XIII
International Congress of Philosophy.
||Director, Program in the
History and Philosophy of Science at Bryn Mawr College in cooperation with the University of
Pennsylvania and the American Philosophical Society.
Symposium on Logic and the Philosophy of Science in Valencia, Spain.
||Special guest, First
National Congress of Philosophy, Morelia, Mexico.
First recipient, Fairbanks Chair in the Humanities at
Bryn Mawr College.
||The Christian R. and
Mary F. Lindback Foundation Award for Distinguished Teaching, Bryn Mawr College.
||Doctor Honoris Causa, Autonomous University of Barcelona, Spain.
||Professor Emeritus, Bryn Mawr College.
Special guest, National Congress of Philosophy, Guanajuato, Mexico.
Cultural Merit Award from the Spanish
Awarded the Cross of Isabel la Católica, Spain.
||Conference in his honor:
"Homage to a Humanist" Syracuse University.
Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Uruguay,
Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Columbia,
Doctor Honoris Causa, Universiy of
||Awarded the Great Cross of Alfonso el Sabio, Spain.
Awarded the Sant Jordi Cross, Generalitat de
||Awarded the Prince of Asturias Prize, Spain.
||Special guest of the Government of Argentina. He lectures in Buenos Aires and other cities.
Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Salta, Argentina.
Doctor Honoris Causa, University at a Distance,
Juan Carlos Chair, New
||Special guest of the
Government of Argentina. He again lectures in Buenos Aires and other cities.
Doctor Honoris Causa, University of Cuyo,
Doctor Honoris Causa, Central University of
Special Recognition, ALDEEU.
||Inaugurates the Ferrater Mora Chair of Contemporary Thought at what is now the University of Girona, Spain.
||Directs summer school course, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain.
||Travels to Barcelona for
publication of La señorita Goldie, suffers heart attack, dies Jan 30.
Posthumous award, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain.