In Gianluca Cuozzo & Giuseppe Riconda (eds.), Le Due Torino. Primato Della Religione o Primato Della Politica? Trauben. pp. 241-256 (2008)

Enrico Pasini
University of Turin
Ludovico Geymonat was the most important philosopher of science in 20th-century Italy, but he also engaged in the Liberation War and in political activity. Here the first part of his career, when his activity was mostly based in Turin, is aketched, and an overall balance is suggested.
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