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Translated from the Italian by Douglas Ainslie B.A. (Oxon.) There are always Americas to be discovered: the most interesting in Europe. I can lay no claim to having discovered an America, but I do claim to have discovered a Columbus. His name is Benedetto Croce, and he dwells on the shores of the Mediterranean, at Naples, city of the antique Parthenope. Croce's America cannot be expressed in geographical terms. It is more important than any space of mountain and river, of forest and dale. It belongs to the kingdom of the spirit, and has many provinces. That province which most interests me, I have striven in the following pages to annex to the possessions of the Anglo-Saxon race; an act which cannot be blamed as predatory, since it may be said of philosophy more truly than of love, that "to divide is not to take away."
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Benedetto Croce (1866-1952) was one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century. Among his many works are Philosophy of the Practical; What is Living and What is Dead in the Philosophy of Hegel; Aesthetic; Logic as the Science of Pure Concept; History of the Story of Liberty; and Guide to Aesthetics.
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Book Description CreateSpace, 2011. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 366 pages. 8.00x5.25x0.83 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk1466362014