Philosophy of the Practical: Economic and Ethic

Philosophy of the Practical: Economic and Ethic

Philosophy of the Practical: Economic and Ethic

Philosophy of the Practical: Economic and Ethic

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"A noi sembra che l' opera del Croce sia lo sforzo più potente che il pensiero italiano abbia compiuto negli ultimi anni." -- G. DE RUGGIERO in La Filosofia contemporanea, 1912.

"Il sistema di Benedetto Croce rimane la più alta conquista del pensiero contemporaneo." -- G. NATOLI in La Voce, 19th December 1912.

THOSE acquainted with my translation of Benedetto Croce's Æsthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic will not need to be informed of the importance of this philosopher's thought, potent in its influence upon criticism, upon philosophy and upon life, and famous throughout Europe.

In the Italian, this volume is the third and last of the Philosophy of the Spirit, Logic as Science of the Pure Concept coming second in date of publication. But apart from the fact that philosophy is like a moving circle, which can be entered equally well at any point, I have preferred to place this volume before the Logic in the hands of British readers. Great Britain has long . . .

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