Review of Metaphysics 38 (3):677-678 (1985)

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This is a study of recent Italian philosophy. Specifically it is the study of the philosophy of Michele Federico Sciacca as it developed from an early discipleship to Gentile, to his own synthesis of various currents in European "philosophy of the spirit." He labeled his work the philosophy of integrality.
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