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Asked a scholar who worked intensely in Ortega's recent complete workse edition: apparently, Schmitt is not cited or mentioned there, but he must have been familiar with Schmitt work nonetheless. In 1931 the journal he edited, Revista de Occidente, published Schmitt's "Hacia el Estado total"


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