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  1. Religion, history, freedom: A comparison between “religion of historicism” and “liberal religious thought”.Roberto Ballanti - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This paper aims at analysing the grounds which make the meeting of the so-called “religion of Historicism” and a certain “liberal religious thought” possible: two philosophical schools which appear closely related thanks to a common speculative basis, that is, the clear distinction between religion and metaphysics. This is best summarized by the phrase «Transzendenz gegen Metaphysik» contained in the correspondence between Dilthey and Yorck. In his book La religione dello storicismo, Fulvio Tessitore seems to be fully focused on this distinction. (...)
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  2. Living is feeling: A phenomenology of sensibility in two recent essays of Vincenzo Costa.Daniela Bandiera - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In his last two essays I modi del sentire. Un percorso nella tradizione fenomenologica and Fenomenologia dell’intersoggettività. Empatia, socialità, cultura , Vincenzo Costa goes on an interesting research path through phenomenology, rediscovering the actuality and the vitality of phenomenology itself, and leading the reader to the discovery of a side of the Husserlian subject frequently overshadowed by the critic, the passivity, that means the whole Fühlen field, through which the subject understands the world and is affected by the world itself, (...)
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  3. The religion of historicism: A way to start the debate.Giuseppe Cacciatore - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In this contribution the author conducts a critical reflection on Fulvio Tessitore’s book La religione dello storicismo , highlighting the marked “weberism” of the latest Tessitore’s theoretical and historical perspective. According to the author, this “weberism” comes especially from the relevance which Weber’s analyses of secularization, and of its outcomes in the acutest stage of the crisis of post-capitalist modernity, still can have. Furthermore, the author raises the question of the possible connection between the religion of historicism and the “civil (...)
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  4. About Droysen.Silvia Caianiello - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    The paper discusses some recent contributions highlighting the historical relevance of Johann Gustav Droysen in the culture and the society of contemporary Germany.
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  5. Barbarism and stagnation at the dawn of modernity: Starting from some recent studies on Montaigne.Raffaele Carbone - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In the light of some studies published in Italy over the last months, this paper recalls the importance of Montaigne’s thought on the understanding of certain phenomena occurring in the early modernity. In particular, as it has been pointed out in a recent book by Carlo Montaleone, the writer from Bordeaux was probably the first to understand the disruptive impact of the discovery of America on the Old Europe. But Montaigne is also the writer who, rather than idealizing the other (...)
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  6. Lettere a Kurt Goldstein.Ernst Cassirer - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
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  7. At The Origins Of Nohl’s Anthropology.Giovanni Ciriello - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    The author reconstructs the genesis of Nohl’s anthropology starting from the linguistic turn that in 1928 the German philosopher and educator gives to the concept of anthropology meant as Menschenkunde. From a purely theoretical point of view this implies the impossibility of reducing the anthropology meant as a Grundwissenschaften, to a pure and simple analytical science. The identification of the four major anthropological categories proposed by Nohl thus emerges as an attempt to bring anthropology as close as possible to the (...)
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  8. Note to the Italian translation of Nohl’s Essay on pedagogical human study.Giovanni Ciriello - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This note expounds the principle adopted by the author in his Italian translation of Nohl’s essay Pädagogische Menschenkunde.
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  9. A path of ethics: From the «love your neighbour as yourself» to the «vivre pour autrui».Girolamo Cotroneo - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In the modern age, with Hobbes and Vico as well as with Rousseau and Kant, the discussion about the human nature has changed Aristotle’s assumption that man is a «political animal», arguing that the human nature is violent, aggressive and egoistic. Virtues such as generosity, solidarity and, in particular, altruism were considered as unnatural sentiments, acquired out of necessity during the process of civilization. If one considers altruism not from a political point of view but from that of the individual (...)
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  10. On The Philosophical Meaning Of The Friendship Between W. Dilthey And Count P. Yorck Von Wartenburg.Francesco Donadio - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    Drawing from the reflections of the Carteggio between W. Dilthey and P. Yorck von Wartenburg, the author highlights the productivity of their friendship in order to deepen a philosophical work experienced without giving into the anonymity of abstract cultural processes. In this exercise of a dialogical experience of thought, both what drew them together and what divided them emerge, especially in reference to their «religious view of the world».
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  11. Historicism Between Religion And Religiousness.Francesco Donadio - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    Moving from the analysis of the compatibility/convergence between religious transcendence and the instances of a post-metaphysical historicism, within this placement of the “religious” in the human conscience, the author looks for the elements of differentiation of such a “historicist” point of view with those of a religion in the full sense, i.e. as a “full-bodied” living religion. The focal point of such a differentiation is their degree of closeness/remoteness from a “rationalist” view of the world, which remains a scheme prisoner (...)
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  12. About being able to read?: A reply to Fulvio Tessitore.Massimo Ferrari - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This note examines Fulvio Tessitore’s objections formulated in his critical review of Massimo Ferrari’s paper Non solo sentieri interrotti . According to the author, Tessitore has misunderstood his interpretation of historicism, as well as his interpretation of the German philosophy within the Italian philosophical culture after the Second World War. Moreover, Tessitore suggests that the author’s position is the consequence of a sort of prejudice towards the history of philosophy practised in Napoli. The author shows the incorrectness of this opinion, (...)
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  13. Fichte: Outlines of the doctrine of religion.Marco Ivaldo - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This paper presents an overview of the development of Fichte’s theory of religion. Fichte felt the inadequacy of the theological rationalism which prevailed among the scientific circles and in the Protestant orthodoxy in his time. The rejection of a rationalistic understanding of faith and the need to save the ‘reasons of the heart’ without falling into a fideism, draw the background within which he develops, at different moments, his religious thought. The task of a transcendental philosophy of religion is to (...)
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  14. History and geisteswissenschaften: Hermann usener and the renovation of the philology.Giancarlo San Lio - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This essay, which is the introduction to the Italian translation of Usener’s Philologie und Geschichtswissenschaft, concern the recent history of the philology in Germany and the Usener’s fundamental renovation and development.
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  15. Fulvio Tessitore And The Religion Of Historicism.Giuseppe Lissa - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    Tessitore’s book shows undoubtedly the existence of a “religion of historicism”. But what does he mean by “religion of historicism”? Essentially – this is the answer – Christianity. All the authors who have built the tradition of historicism, from Schleiermacher to Meinecke, intended themselves to be completely modern remaining Christian, notwithstanding the modern, through the development of all the positive knowledge, seems to be oriented towards calling Christianity into question. But, into Christianity, they had to distinguish the kernel from the (...)
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  16. È Necessario Che Ci Sia, Nella Chiesa, Un Infallibile Interprete Della Sacra Scrittura? No.John Locke - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
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  17. How to get out of this crisis: Growth and state intervention.Giorgio Lunghini - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    The financial aspect is the most evident aspect of this crisis, but in a capitalist economy financial aspects and real aspects are strictly intertwined. The real aspect – and cause – of the crisis is the change in the income distribution from wages to profits and rents, and the ensuing lack of demand and unemployment. The financial and political aspect is the Eichengreen-Chomsky “virtual senate” of global capital, which can exercise veto power over government policies that it considers irrational: this (...)
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  18. Philology and racism: Edward W. said and the need of a critical revision of the textual culture.Markus Messling & Markus Lenz - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In some recent cultural theories literature has been understood as a dynamic archive of life knowledge . The knowledge being stored is not positive, but has an experiential quality , mediating all sorts of life discourses – amongst which the bio-scientific is the first one. Taking this perspective, the philological praxis would be a process of gaining knowledge about the formation of life knowledge through the work of the textual and conceptual structuring of life. However one must consider that, in (...)
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  19. A Bibliography Of Fulvio Tessitore’s Writings.Fabrizio Lo Monaco - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This paper offers a continuation of the Bibliografia degli Scritti di Fulvio Tessitore 1961-2006, edited by the same authors.
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  20. Antropologia pedagogica.Herman Nohl - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
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  21. Italian Philosophy Of The Eighteenth Century In The Ueberweg.Riccardo Pozzo - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    Philosophy is cosmopolitan and immune to the influence of the idea of nation; it does not depend on some specific linguistic heritage, and, anyway, tends to be in contrast to the various nationalisms. Nevertheless, in front of the crisis of the very idea of national identity, not only the Ueberweg dedicates an entire volume to the Italian philosophy of the Eighteenth century, but also he reconstructs it on a regional level, following the catchment areas of the single universities, academies and (...)
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  22. The process of symbolic ideation between medicine and philosophy: Ernst cassirer’s letters to Kurt Goldstein.Ivana Randazzo - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This essay is the introduction to the Italian translation of the letters that, for almost two decades, the philosopher Ernst Cassirer wrote to the clinical neuropsychologist Kurt Goldstein. It deals with the intellectual and the personal links that marked some of the most significant moments of Cassirer Denkweg, especially in reference to the symbolic function of language.
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  23. Locke’s Essay On The Pope’s Infallibility.Raffaele Russo - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This paper constitutes the introduction to the Italian translation of an essay on the Pope’s infallibility written in Latin by John Locke between 1661 and 1662, in which Locke aims at setting the nature and the limits of the idea of infallibility in regards to biblical exegesis. The author puts this essay into its historical context, highlighting its main themes.
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  24. Kant’s Awakening From The Dogmatic Slumber And The “terminological Turn” Of 1772.Marco Sgarbi - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In this paper the author aims at showing that Kant’s awakening from the dogmatic slumber, often related to the reading of Hume, finds its full achievement only by means of the assimilation of the Aristotelian doctrines. If Hume provided a critique of the concept of “causality” conceiving it as a mere mental representation, in Kant’s opinion Aristotle provided a “new way” to conceive all the concepts of intellect, even though in a non-systematic way. Kant found the solution of his epistemological (...)
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  25. Alchimia e geometria delle passioni: Mozart e Mesmer.Alessandro Stile - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    The paper examines the relationship between W.A. Mozart and A. Mesmer moving from the evidences in the correspondence of Mozart’s family, who used to attend the house of the German physician. Some clinical cases in which the “animal magnetism” was applied are reported, as Mozart was probably a direct witness. Mesmer’s professional and private events had certainly an impact on the opinion that Mozart had of him. This led to the parodistic outline of the magnetism in a famous scene of (...)
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  26. A Reply To Professor Ferrari.Fulvio Tessitore - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
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  27. Historians And The Unity Of Italy.Fulvio Tessitore - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    Starting from a strict analysis of Cuoco’s theories, influenced by Vico’s teaching, this essay maintains that since the “Saggio storico” was reviewed by Francesco De Sanctis and his first Neapolitan school , history of Italy has been viewed on the basis of a “dualism” between a very ancient and strong cultural identity, and a weak Stateness. The features and the different kinds and developments of such an anomaly are followed in the main expressions of the Italian historiography of Nineteenth century, (...)
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  28. Hermeneutics Versus Historismus.Fulvio Tessitore - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    The thesis which the author analytically argues is the incompatibility between Gadamer’s hermeneutics, which is a revisitation of the classical ontology – essentially a non-philological ontology – on the basis of an exhausted Heideggerism. From this point of view the analysis dedicated to the Historical school and the classical ideas of Historismus is characterized by the individuation of the features proper of those conceptions . In this sense also Gadamer bears out the incompatibility between the anti-ontologism and the anti-metaphysics of (...)
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  29. An Acknowledgement.Fulvio Tessitore - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In this brief note the author thanks G. Cacciatore, R. Celada Ballanti, F. Donadio, G. Lissa and F. Venturelli who, on this number of the «Archivio di storia della cultura» deeply discuss his book La religione dello storicismo , and, on the basis of the received suggestions, promises he is going to think back the matter on the whole in a future contribution with the title Trittico anti-hegeliano, a partire da Dilthey: M. Weber, F. Meinecke, F. Rosenzweig.
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  30. Twenty Years Of Research On Muhammad’s Life.Roberto Tottoli - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    In an article published in 1991 F.E. Peters drew a picture of the studies on the life of Muhammad, highlighting affinities and differences with the study on Jesus and a division between skeptics and optimists. Other studies, before and even more in recent years, have addressed the methodological questions concerning the history of the life of Muhammad. In the last two decades, studies and researches have helped to bring together the various positions. Some works, including especially those by U. Rubin (...)
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  31. Filologia e scienza storica.Hermann Usener - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
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  32. Moment, Consciousness And History.Domenico Venturelli - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    The occasion of writing the present paper is offered by Tessitore’s essay La religione dello storicismo, an intense work about the critical and problematic concept of Historicism inspired by authors as Schleiermacher and Humboldt, Droysen and Ranke, Dilthey and Yorck, Harnack and Troeltsch, Weber and Meinecke. The Author’s aim is to clarify the connection between ethics, religion and history by talking over the human individuality and the human consciousness, and comparing them with temporality, which also means the not-linear chronological course (...)
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  33. L’inquietudine E l’ideale: A latest book about Carlo michelstaedter.Roberta Visone - 2012 - Archivio di Storia Della Cultura 25.
    This essay discusses the book L’inquietudine e l’ideale, published on the occasion of the centennial of Carlo Michelstaedter’s death and containing some scholars. contributions on Michelstaedter’s thought and works. Dealing with Michelstaedter’s thought through different perspectives, this book gives back the features of one of the most interesting thinker of the Italian Nineteenth century.
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