Il Kant di Croce


In this speech to the Academia dei Lincei in Rome, Giuseppe Cacciatore sketches the role Kant played in Croce’s historicism. Surprisingly, this topic has been little investigated up to now, although Kant is a decisive source for Croce’s thought.The paper concentrates on the main Kantian passages in Croce’s writings, and shows similarities and differences between the two thinkers as to the function of “category”. On this basis, the Author raises the issue: how much tied to Kantian “Ich” is Croce’s post-Hegelian subject

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