Signos Filosóficos 7:37-53 (2002)

Abstract
The reflections about dialectic in Croce and the relationship with the hegelian thought extend immediately to a reframing of all the crocean philosophy. In the work of Croce, there is an intercross that, on the one hand, recognises the importance of the dialectic like novel philosophical method a..
Keywords Dialéctica   Espíritu   Razón   Vida   Pasado   Historicismo
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