Interview with Graham Harman

October 27, 2014

0

Interview with Graham Harman 1) The words ‘realism’ and ‘anti-realism’ are ancient words, almost as old as the history of Western philosophy itself. Yet these are empty concepts if they are not contextualized: one has to specify the classes of objects to which these words refer. So, can you explain on what basis you use different approaches depending […]

Posted in: Interviews

Interview with Lee Brave

October 27, 2014

0

Interview with Lee Braver   1) The words “realism” and “anti-realism” are ancient words, almost as old as the history of Western philosophy itself. Yet these are empty concepts if they are not contextualized: one has to specify the classes of objects to which these words refer. So, can you explain on what basis you […]

Posted in: Interviews

Interview with Tristan Garcia

October 27, 2014

0

Interview with Tristan Garcia Translated from the French By Sarah De Sanctis   1) The words « realism » and « anti-realism » are ancient words, almost as old as the history of Western philosophy itself. Yet these are empty concepts if they are not contextualized : one has to specify the classes of objects to which these words refer. […]

Posted in: Interviews

Luca Taddio – New Realism as a Frame of Reference

October 27, 2014

0

New Realism as a Frame of Reference Luca Taddio Università di Udine (Italia)   1. There is a slogan printed on certain fashionable notebooks that says «Facts are the enemy of truth»: a quotation by Cervantes, used as a result of a very efficacious brand management. These are white notebooks of various formats, fitting any […]

Posted in: Papers

Tiziana Andina – The Artistic Disenfrachisement of Reality

October 27, 2014

0

The Artistic Disenfrachisement of Reality* Tiziana Andina Università di Torino (Italia) Speaking of his art, Robert Barry used to say: “We are not really destroying the object, but just expanding the definition, that’s all”. In fact, Barry’s expression effectively sums up the work of most philosophers concerned with the issue of defining the concepts of […]

Posted in: Papers

Dario Cecchi – Docu-mentality

October 27, 2014

0

Docu-mentality   Dario Cecchi Università “La Sapienza” di Roma (Italia)  1. Introductory Remarks Maurizio Ferraris first proposed to reconsider documentality as a philosophical matter, grounding it on Searle’s social ontology.[1] Considering art as a form of communication and documentality is more interesting for the pragmatics of documentality, rather than for its ontology. I propose, therefore, to […]

Posted in: Papers

Maria Regina Brioschi – Whitehead e il Nuovo Realismo: Per una filosofia del concreto, tra senso comune e scienze

October 27, 2014

0

Whitehead e il Nuovo Realismo: Per una filosofia del concreto, tra senso comune e scienze Maria Regina Brioschi Università Statale di Milano (Italia) 1. Introduzione Nel 1945 veniva pubblicata per la prima volta in Italia un’opera di Whitehead: La scienza e il mondo moderno. In quell’occasione Antonio Banfi, nella Prefazione, introduceva l’autore con una certa audacia, […]

Posted in: Papers

Leonardo Caffo – The Anthropocentrism of Anti-Realism

October 27, 2014

0

The Anthropocentrism of Anti-Realism   Leonardo Caffo Università di Torino (Italia) “When he woke up, The dinosaur was still there.” Augusto Monterroso 1. An aspect which has been largely overlooked within the contemporary debate over realism and anti-realism is the role of the ‘human’ that these contrasting theories presuppose. My thesis is that metaphysical anti-realism, […]

Posted in: Papers

Roberto Marchesini – Knowledge and Different Levels of Reality

October 27, 2014

0

Knowledge and Different Levels of Reality   Roberto Marchesini Centro Studi Filosofia Postumanista (Italia) 1. Introduction Usually science talks about a world that contradicts our common sense or our natural interpretations: Earth’s decentralization inverts our relation with stars, objects lose their dimension of solidity to be crushed in energy fields, living beings are not traced back […]

Posted in: Papers

Maurizio Ferraris – Why Matter Matters

October 27, 2014

0

Why Matter Matters Maurizio Ferraris Università di Torino (Italia)   1. Work of Aura How do you picture your funeral? If you think you’ ll opt for a civil ceremony, then you know there will be relatively improvised speeches and applauses: the impromptu is likely to prevail. There will be no structuring ritual, no formal […]

Posted in: Papers

Richard Davies – What Documents Cannot Do

October 27, 2014

0

What Documents Cannot Do   Richard Davies Università di Bergamo (Italia) In his 2009 book Documentalità (translated into English in 2012 under the title Documentality), Maurizio Ferraris makes great claims for the efficacy of documents to explain social reality. In the coming pages, I mean to cast doubt on that efficacy, indicating why I think […]

Posted in: Uncategorized

Anna Longo – Speculative Realism and Other Heresies

October 27, 2014

0

Speculative Realism and Other Heresies Anna Longo Université Paris 1 – Panthéon Sorbonne (France)  1. Speculative Realism Speculative realism is the title of a workshop held on April 27th 2007 at the Goldsmiths University in London. Four participants were on the program of that unforgettable event: Ray Brassier, Iain Hamilton Grant, Graham Harman and Quentin Meillassoux. […]

Posted in: Papers

Philosophical Readings VI.2 (2014) is out!

September 22, 2014

0

Philosophical Readings VI.2 (2014) is out! Table of contents: Maurizio Ferraris – Why Matter Matters; Anna Longo – Speculative Realism and Other Heresies; Richard Davies – What Documents Cannot Do; Roberto Marchesini – Knowledge and Different Levels of Reality ; Leonardo Caffo – The Anthropocentrism of Anti-realism;  Enrico Terrone – Maps of the Shared World. From Descriptive Metaphysics to New Realism; Dario Cecchi – Docu-mentality; Tiziana Andina – The Artistic Disfranchisement […]

Posted in: Issues

Ritchie Robertson – On the Sublime and Schiller’s Theory of Tragedy

September 19, 2014

0

On the Sublime and Schiller’s Theory of Tragedy   Ritchie Robertson Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages University of Oxford (United Kingdom)  The essay ‘On the Sublime’ forms an essential part of Schiller’s theory of tragedy, which has recently been called a major philosophical contribution to the subject, ranking alongside those made by Hegel or […]

Posted in: Papers

Gaspare Polizzi on Stefano Brogi, Nessuno vorrebbe rinascere. Da Leopardi alla storia di un’idea tra antichi e moderni (Edizioni ETS: Pisa, 2012).

September 13, 2014

0

Stefano Brogi, Nessuno vorrebbe rinascere. Da Leopardi alla storia di un’idea tra antichi e moderni (Edizioni ETS: Pisa, 2012). Ci si può appassionare a un piccolo testo, a una delle più eleganti e note Operette morali di Giacomo Leopardi, il Dialogo di un venditore d’almanacchi e di un passeggere, e scoprirne le trame aggrovigliate in […]

Posted in: Reviews

Ina Goy – Über Liebe. Kants Auseinandersetzung mit den biblischen Geboten der Gottesliebe, der Nächstenliebe und der Selbstliebe

May 16, 2014

0

Über Liebe. Kants Auseinandersetzung mit den biblischen Geboten der Gottesliebe, der Nächstenliebe und der Selbstliebe Ina Goy Universität Tübingen (Deutschland)   1. Einleitung Anders als das moralische Gefühl der Achtung, das Kant bereits 1785 in der GMS in der Grundlegung der Moral verortet, integriert Kant das moralische Gefühl der Liebe erst 1797 in die Prinzipien […]

Posted in: Papers

Philosophical Readings VI.1 (2014) is out!

May 16, 2014

0

Philosophical Readings VI.1 (2014) is out! Here the table of contents: Ina Goy – Über Liebe. Kants Auseinandersetzung mit den biblischen Geboten der Gottesliebe, der Nächstenliebe und der Selbstliebe; Serena Feloj – Moralità, mondo e unità del sistema. L’influenza wolffiana nella mediazione tra filosofia teoretica e filosofia pratica; Emanuele Tredanaro – Hume e la determinazione morale nella Kritik der praktischen […]

Posted in: Issues

Adriana Bertollini on Lorenzo Leonardo Pizzichemi, Carl Immanuel Diez e gli inizi dell’idea­lismo tedesco (Lecce-Brescia: Pensa MultiMedia Editore, 2013).

May 13, 2014

0

Lorenzo Leonardo Pizzichemi, Carl Immanuel Diez e gli inizi dell’idea­lismo tedesco (Lecce-Brescia: Pensa MultiMedia Editore, 2013). Fino a qualche tempo fa, una lacuna degli studi italiani sull’idealismo tedesco consisteva nell’assenza di una monografia su Carl Immanuel Diez (1766-1796), Repetent (moderno assistente) nello Stift di Tubinga nel periodo in cui vi studiavano Hegel, Schelling e Hölderlin. […]

Posted in: Reviews

Laura Anna Macor on Legenden der Berufung, a cura di Patricia Oster e Karlheinz Stierle (Winter Verlag: Heidelberg, 2012).

May 13, 2014

0

Legenden der Berufung, a cura di Patricia Oster e Karlheinz Stierle (Winter Verlag: Heidelberg, 2012). Il volume curato da Patricia Oster e Karl­heinz Stierle raccoglie i testi presentati nel 2009 nella sezione Legenden der Berufung del XXXI Deutscher Romanistentag (Romanistik – Beruf und Berufung, Bonn) e affronta il tema della Berufung in prospettiva diacronica e […]

Posted in: Reviews

Sebastian Luft – Reassessing Neo-Kantianism. Another Look at Hermann Cohen’s Kant Interpretation

May 13, 2014

0

Reassessing Neo-Kantianism. Another Look at Hermann Cohen’s Kant Interpretation   Sebastian Luft Marquette University (USA)   1. Introduction: The Historical Background of the Marburg School and Hermann Cohen’s Contribution The life and works of Hermann Cohen are on various levels symbolic for many aspects of Western intellectual history, being a Jew, a philosopher, and living in […]

Posted in: Papers

Federica Basaglia – Der Einfluss von Hermann Andreas Pistorius auf Kants Argumentation im Paragrafen „Von dem Befugnisse der reinen Vernunft, im praktischen Gebrauche zu einer Erweiterung, die ihr im spekulativen für sich nicht möglich ist“ in der Kritik der praktischen Vernunft

May 13, 2014

0

Der Einfluss von Hermann Andreas Pistorius auf Kants Argumentation im Paragrafen „Von dem Befugnisse der reinen Vernunft, im praktischen Gebrauche zu einer Erweiterung, die ihr im spekulativen für sich nicht möglich ist“ in der Kritik der praktischen Vernunft   Federica Basaglia Universität Konstanz (Deutschland) Mein Beitrag behandelt den Einfluss des deutschen evangelischen Theologen und Philosophen […]

Posted in: Papers

Emanuele Tredanaro – Hume e la determinazione morale nella Kritik der praktischen Vernunft

May 13, 2014

0

Hume e la determinazione morale nella Kritik der praktischen Vernunft   Emanuele Tredanaro Universidade Federal de Lavras (Brasil)  Fu la critica di Hume alle categorie classiche dell’indagine epistemologica che liberò Kant risvegliandolo dal sonno dogmatico, come egli stesso afferma nel Vorwort dei Prolegomena zu einer jeden künftigen Metaphysik, e che lo portò a orientarsi in […]

Posted in: Papers

Serena Feloj – Moralità, mondo e unità del sistema. L’influenza wolffiana nella mediazione tra filosofia teoretica e filosofia pratica

May 13, 2014

0

Moralità, mondo e unità del sistema. L’influenza wolffiana nella mediazione tra filosofia teoretica e filosofia pratica Serena Feloj Università di Pavia (Italia) Nel suo saggio “Natura e mondo in Kant”, Claudio Cesa scrive che Kant “si preoccupò, fin dall’inizio, di come le manifestazioni di un arbitrio libero potessero combinarsi in un intero ordinato, di come […]

Posted in: Papers

Eva Oggionni – Das höchste Gut: Kants Eudämonismus unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Jahre 1781-85

May 13, 2014

0

Das höchste Gut: Kants Eudämonismus unter besonderer Berücksichtigung der Jahre 1781-85   Eva Oggionni Università di Milano (Italia)  Kants Lehre des höchsten Guts ist von mehreren Interpreten als eudämonistisch und heteronom kritisiert worden, z. B. von Arthur Schopenhauer und Hermann Cohen[1]. In der folgenden Abhandlung gehe ich davon aus, dass Kant zwischen Eudämonismus und Heteronomie […]

Posted in: Papers

Laura Anna Macor – Introducing the New Schiller

October 19, 2013

0

Introducing the New Schiller   Laura Anna Macor Dipartimento di Filosofia, Sociologia, Pedagogia e Psicologia Applicata Università degli Studi di Padova (Italy) A decisive shift has occurred in Schiller-scholarship over the past decade: from being passed off as a dilettante and amateur in the field of philosophy, Schiller has now emerged as a key-player. Notwithstanding […]

Posted in: Papers

Laura Anna Macor on Yvonne Nilges, Schiller und das Recht (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2012), 399 pp.

September 19, 2013

0

Yvonne Nilges, Schiller und das Recht (Göttingen: Wallstein Verlag, 2012), 399 pp. Il volume di Yvonne Nilges è una novità assoluta. Versione rielaborata della Habilitationsschrift presentata dall’au­trice nell’estate del 2010 presso la Neuphilologische Fakultät dell’Università di Heidelberg, esso si concentra per la prima volta in maniera sistematica e storicamente accurata su “Schiller come poeta e […]

Posted in: Reviews

Elisa Magrì on Emiliano Acosta, Schiller versus Fichte. Schillers Begriff der Person in der Zeit und Fichtes Kategorie der Wechselbestimmung im Widerstreit (Rodopi: Amsterdam – New York 2011), 318 pp.

September 19, 2013

0

Emiliano Acosta, Schiller versus Fichte. Schillers Begriff der Person in der Zeit und Fichtes Kategorie der Wechselbestimmung im Widerstreit (Rodopi: Amsterdam – New York 2011), 318 pp. Il saggio di Emiliano Acosta persegue uno scopo fin dal principio molto netto e chiaro: condurre un confronto fra Fichte e Schiller al livello di un agone filosofico […]

Posted in: Reviews

Wolfgang Riedel – Philosophie des Schönen als politische Anthropologie. Schillers Augustenburger Briefe und die Briefe über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen

September 19, 2013

0

Philosophie des Schönen als politische Anthropologie. Schillers Augustenburger Briefe und die Briefe über die ästhetische Erziehung des Menschen   Wolfgang Riedel Institut für deutsche Philologie Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (Deutschland) Hans-Jürgen Schings zum 75. Geburtstag 1. Wiederentdeckung des politischen Schiller  Die Briefe über die ästhetische Erzie­h­ung des Menschen seien »allmählich ›ausinterpretiert‹«, hielt Helmut Koopmann 1998 in seinem großen Bericht […]

Posted in: Papers

María del Rosario Acósta López – “Only a Matter of Style”: A Controversial Issue Between Schiller and Fichte. Regarding Schiller’s “On the Necessary Limitations in the Use of Beautiful Forms”

September 19, 2013

0

“Only a Matter of Style”: A Controversial Issue Between Schiller and Fichte. Regarding Schiller’s “On the Necessary Limitations in the Use of Beautiful Forms”   María del Rosario Acósta López Departamento de Filosofía Universidad de los Andes (Bogotá) (Colombia)   Philosophy is the poem of reason. Without philosophy, incomplete poet; without poetry, incomplete thinker. Novalis. […]

Posted in: Papers

Jeffrey L. High – “Rede über die Frage: Gehört allzuviel Güte, Leutseeligkeit und grosse Freygebigkeit im engsten Verstande zur Tugend?” Socrates as Secular Jesus in Schiller’s First Karlsschule Speech

September 19, 2013

0

“Rede über die Frage: Gehört allzuviel Güte, Leutseeligkeit und grosse Freygebigkeit im engsten Verstande zur Tugend?” Socrates as Secular Jesus in Schiller’s First Karlsschule Speech* Jeffrey L. High Department of Romance, German, Russian Languages & Literatures California State University Long Beach (USA) I am not an Athenian, nor a Greek, but a citizen of the […]

Posted in: Papers

Cordula Burtscher – Schiller, Hume und die Religionspsychologie. Zu dem Gedicht Resignation und dem Bücherbestand der Karlsschule zu Schillers Schulzeit

September 19, 2013

0

Schiller, Hume und die Religionspsychologie. Zu dem Gedicht Resignation und dem Bücherbestand der Karlsschule zu Schillers Schulzeit Cordula Burtscher Institut für deutsche Philologie Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg (Deutschland)  1. Psychologie des Glaubens David Humes Naturgeschichte der Religion ist ohne Zweifel eine der bedeutendsten und wirkmächtigsten religionskritischen Schriften, die das 18. Jahrhundert hervorgebracht hat. Schon im Zeitalter der Aufklärung, […]

Posted in: Papers

Norbert Oellers – Poesie als Spiel. Der Klassiker Schiller (Wallenstein und Die Braut von Messina)

September 19, 2013

0

Poesie als Spiel. Der Klassiker Schiller (Wallenstein und Die Braut von Messina)   Norbert Oellers Institut für Germanistik, Vergleichende Literatur und Kulturwissenschaft Rheinische Friedrich-Wilhelms-Universität Bonn (Deutschland)   Schiller hat – vergleichbar in dieser Hinsicht Lessing und Casanova – viel gespielt, nicht nur als Autor, sondern auch als Kenner und Liebhaber einiger Brettspiele (insbesondere des Schachspiels) […]

Posted in: Papers

Katerina Deligiorgi – Schiller’s Philosophical Letters: Naturalising Spirit to Moralise Nature

September 18, 2013

0

Schiller’s Philosophical Letters: Naturalising Spirit to Moralise Nature   Katerina Deligiorgi Department of Philosophy University of Sussex (United Kingdom)    1. Introduction The Philosophical Letters is a short piece that Schiller composed in the early eighties and published in the Thalia in 1786.[1] Unlike his letters On the Aesthetic Education of Man or the Kallias […]

Posted in: Papers

Philosophical Readings 5 (2013) is out!

September 15, 2013

0

Philosophical Readings 5 (2013) is out! It includes: L. A. Macor (Università di Padova) - Introducing the New Schiller; J. L. High (California State University Long Beach) - Rede über die Frage: Gehört allzuviel Güte, Leutseeligkeit und grosse Freygebigkeit im engsten Verstande zur Tugend?: Socrates as Secular Jesus in Schiller’s First Karlsschule Speech; C. Burtscher (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg) - Schiller, Hume und […]

Posted in: Issues

Call for Papers – The Migration of the Aura

August 6, 2013

0

New technologies of digital art allow the production of facsimiles of art works. In 2007 the Fondazione Giorgio Cini in Venice commissioned Factum Arte to make a facsimile of Veronese’s Nozze di Cana to fill the empty wall in Palladio’s refectory in San Giorgio Maggiore that had been left when Napoleon removed the painting in […]

Posted in: Call for Papers

Philosophical Readings V.1 edited by Laura Anna Macor – Forthcoming!

March 24, 2013

0

TABLE OF CONTENTS L. A. Macor (Università di Padova) - Introducing the New Schiller   Articles J. L. High (California State University Long Beach) - Rede über die Frage: Gehört allzuviel Güte, Leutseeligkeit und grosse Freygebigkeit im engsten Verstande zur Tugend?: Socrates as Secular Jesus in Schiller’s First Karlsschule Speech   C. Burtscher (Julius-Maximilians-Universität Würzburg) - Schiller, Hume […]

Posted in: News

Donato Verardi – Alessandra Beccarisi, Eckhart (Roma: Carocci, 2012).

December 28, 2012

0

Alessandra Beccarisi, Eckhart (Roma: Carocci, 2012). With this book, Alessandra Beccarisi enters a discussion, as old-aged as open, concerning the interpretation of Eckhart works. From the first pages, the Author states to renounce “programmatically to the mystical Eckhart” (p. 14), proposing to interpret Eckhart’s case in its “historicity”. Hence, beside the role of “Intellectual”, which […]

Posted in: Reviews

Norbert Fischer – Wege zur Wahrheit. Selberdenken und Nachdenken, untersucht am Beispiel Immanuel Kants

December 27, 2012

0

Wege zur Wahrheit. Selberdenken und Nachdenken, untersucht am Beispiel Immanuel Kants   Norbert Fischer Theologische Fakultät Katholische Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt (Germany)  1. Einleitung Auf die alte Frage: „Was ist Wahrheit?“[1] hat Friedrich Nietzsche bekanntlich eine ernüchternde Antwort gegeben. Er sagt: „Wahrheit ist die Art von Irrthum, ohne welche eine bestimmte Art von lebendigen Wesen nicht leben könnte. […]

Posted in: Papers

Cesare Catà on Elena Filippi, Umanesimo e misura viva. Dürer tra Cusano e Alberti (Verona: Arsenale Editrice, 2011).

December 27, 2012

0

Elena Filippi, Umanesimo e misura viva. Dürer tra Cusano e Alberti (Verona: Arsenale Editrice, 2011). Elena Filippi’s essay on the concept of “misura viva” (living measure) in Dürer’s work is an excellent scholarly work. It examines a fundamental question of Renaissance culture – the hidden divine essence of human being – by providing an intriguing […]

Posted in: Reviews

Mario Passero on Laura Sanò, Leggere La Persuasione e la Rettorica di Michelstaedter (Como-Pavia: Ibis, 2011).

December 27, 2012

0

Laura Sanò, Leggere La Persuasione e la Rettorica di Michelstaedter (Como-Pavia: Ibis, 2011). Come è possibile inserire Carlo Michelstaedter nell’alveo della cultura filosofica italiana ed europea del Novecento senza per questo considerarlo un elemento spurio, scollegato dai grandi filoni filosofici continentali o considerarlo un profeta o ritenerlo del tutto irrilevante? Sono questi problemi di carattere […]

Posted in: Reviews

Susan Neiman – We Don’t Have Thirty Years. Reflections on Lisbon’s Earthquake

December 27, 2012

0

We Don’t Have Thirty Years. Reflections on Lisbon’s Earthquake Susan Neiman Einstein Forum, Potsdam (Germany) There never happens an earthquake but God speaks to men on earth. So wrote the American Puritan Cotton Mather, and his words would have seemed self-evident to many at the time of the Lisbon earthquake. Yet the most common mistake […]

Posted in: Papers

A.P. Martinich – Epicureanism and Calvinism in Hobbes’s Philosophy: Consequences of Interpretation

December 27, 2012

0

Epicureanism and Calvinism in Hobbes’s Philosophy: Consequences of Interpretation   A.P. Martinich Department of Philosophy University of Texas at Austin (USA) As its title indicates, “On Thomas Hobbes’s English Calvinism: Necessity, Omnipotence, and Goodness,” the main goal of my earlier article in Philosophical Readings was to expand on my thesis that Hobbes was an English […]

Posted in: Papers

Laura Anna Macor on María del Rosario Acosta López (a cura di), Friedrich Schiller: estética y libertad (Bogotá: Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Facultad de Ciencias Humanas, 2008).

December 27, 2012

0

 María del Rosario Acosta López (a cura di), Friedrich Schiller: estética y libertad (Bogotá: Universidad Nacional de Colombia. Facultad de Ciencias Humanas, 2008). Recensire nel 2012 un volume uscito nel 2008 può sembrare fuori tempo massimo. Eppure non è così. Non è solo la pigrizia europea nei confronti delle pubblicazioni sudamericane a renderne necessaria una […]

Posted in: Reviews

Philosophical Readings IV.3 is out!

December 22, 2012

0

Philosophical Readings IV.3 is out! It includes: 1. A.P. Martinich, Epicureism and Calvinism in Hobbes’s Philosophy: Consequences of Interpretation; –  2. Caterina Diotto, La sessualità razionale di Bertrand Russell. Rassegna critica sui saggi morali pubblicati dal 1925 al 1954; – 3. Susan Neiman, We Don’t Have Thirty Years Reflections on Lisbon’s Earthquake; – 4. Norbert Fischer, Wege zur Wahrheit. Selberdenken und Nachdenken, untersucht am Beispiel […]

Posted in: Issues

Caterina Diotto – La sessualità razionale di Bertrand Russell. Rassegna critica sui saggi morali pubblicati dal 1925 al 1954

October 27, 2012

0

La sessualità razionale di Bertrand Russell. Rassegna critica sui saggi morali pubblicati dal 1925 al 1954 Caterina Diotto Università di Verona (Italia) 1. Introduzione A causa della sua grande importanza come logico[1], raramente si sente parlare dei saggi etici di Bertrand Russell. In questi lavori è invece interessante venire a contatto con una parte di […]

Posted in: Papers

Marco Sgarbi on Gianluca Briguglia e Thomas Ricklin (eds.), Thinking Politics in the Vernacular. From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance (Fribourg: Academic Press Fribourg, 2011).

October 22, 2012

0

Gianluca Briguglia e Thomas Ricklin (eds.), Thinking Politics in the Vernacular. From the Middle Ages to the Renaissance (Fribourg: Academic Press Fribourg, 2011). Il libro curato da Gianluca Briguglia e Thomas Ricklin è la raccolta di undici saggi sui trattati di filosofia politica in lingua vernacolare fra il Medioevo e il Rinascimento. Le lingue vernacolari […]

Posted in: Reviews

Rosa Maria Marafioti on Martin Heidegger, La storia dell’Es­sere, a cura di A. Cimino (Milano: Marinotti, 2012).

October 22, 2012

0

Martin Heidegger, La storia dell’Es­sere, a cura di A. Cimino (Milano: Marinotti, 2012).   Il volume La storia dell’Essere (Die Geschichte des Seyns) comprende i saggi La storia dell’Essere (1938/40) e Κοινόν. Dalla storia dell’Essere (1939/40), pubblicati per la prima volta come 69º volume della Gesamtausgabe di Heidegger, nell’ambito della terza sezione Trattati inediti – […]

Posted in: Reviews

Carlo Cordasco – Luca Gili, La sillogistica di Alessandro di Afrodisia. Sillogistica assertoria e sillogistica modale nel commento agli Analitici Primi di Aristotele (Hildesheim-Zürich-New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2011).

October 22, 2012

0

Luca Gili, La sillogistica di Alessandro di Afrodisia. Sillogistica assertoria e sillogistica modale nel commento agli Analitici Primi di Aristotele (Hildesheim-Zürich-New York: Georg Olms Verlag, 2011). Con questo suo volume, Luca Gili intende colmare una lacuna tra gli studi recenti di storia della logica. Nonostante negli ultimi tempi si assista a una riscoperta del pensiero […]

Posted in: Reviews

Federica Negri on Ludovico Gasparini, Filosofia = errore di esistenza. Pagine di quaderno, a cura di Bruna Giacomini (Genova: il Melangolo, 2011).

October 22, 2012

0

Ludovico Gasparini, Filosofia = errore di esistenza. Pagine di quaderno, a cura di Bruna Giacomini (Genova: il Melangolo, 2011).  Il centro pulsante di questo volume, che raccoglie le annotazioni dell’ul­timo anno di vita di Ludovico Gasparini, per anni professore di filosofia morale all’Università di Padova, è tutta espressa dall’affermazione radicale e spiazzante del titolo. La […]

Posted in: Reviews

Marco Sgarbi – Understanding Renaissance Argument. Interview with Peter Mack

October 22, 2012

0

Understanding Renaissance Argument. Interview with Peter Mack Q 1. Professor Mack, almost 20 years ago, in 1993 you published Renaissance Argument, which is the most influential book on the history of Renaissance logic since Cesare Vasoli’s La dialettica e la retorica dell’Umanesimo. Last year you published A History of Renaissance Rhetoric 1380-1620, which will become […]

Posted in: Interviews
Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.

Join 1,078 other followers