Download The idealism of Giovanni Gentile by Roger W. Holmes PDF

By Roger W. Holmes

Книга посвящена исследованию философии крупнейшего представителя итальянского неогегельянства – Джованни Джентиле (1875 – 1944). Рассматривается предыстория итальянского неогегельянства в целом, общие особенности актуализма Джентиле и его концепция, изложенная в труде «Sistema di logica».

Show description

Read or Download The idealism of Giovanni Gentile PDF

Best social philosophy books

An Introduction to Social and Political Philosophy: A Question-Based Approach

Social and political philosophy, in contrast to different fields and disciplines, includes clash, war of words, deliberation, and motion. this article takes a brand new procedure and knows philosophy now not lots as a narrative of serious thinkers or as a set of philosophical positions yet as a chain of debates and disagreements during which scholars needs to take part.

Contemporary Debates in Social Philosophy (Contemporary Debates in Philosophy)

During this very important and interesting quantity, foreign students current opposing viewpoints to discuss ten of an important concerns in modern social philosophy. offers an unique research of a few of society’s so much urgent matters Written through a very good solid of overseas students matters lined comprise the character of freedom, the bounds of spiritual tolerance, affirmative motion, parenting, the loss of life penalty, privateness, violence, international starvation, social variety, homosexuality, and abortion invitations the reader to take part within the trade of arguments

The Division of Labour in Society

Revised for the 1st time in over thirty years, this version of Emile Durkheim’s masterful paintings at the nature and scope of sociology is up to date with a brand new creation and enhanced translation via major student Steven Lukes that places Durkheim’s paintings into context for the twenty-first century reader.

Extra resources for The idealism of Giovanni Gentile

Sample text

If and only if its intentional predicate is an epistemic predicate such as “knows that” in the first example in (1) above. What is usually called propositional knowledge is an epistemic propositional attitude. , “something is the case”, to which the predicate is applied, constitutes the (intentional) object or the content of the attitude, and is referred to as a proposition. A proposition is what a person x knows, believes, doubts, fears, hopes, etc. Knowing, believing, doubting, fearing, and hoping in the example group (1) on page 17 above are five different attitudes toward one and the same proposition that Elroy Fox has angina pectoris.

1 on page 297. 18 1 The Epistemic Impact of Medical Language to as intentional predicates. There are different types of intentional predicates, for example, (i) epistemic-doxastic ones such as “knows that”, “is convinced that”, “believes that”, “conjectures that”, “considers it possible that”, “doubts that”; (ii) emotive or boulomaic ones such as “fears that”, “hopes that”, “desires that”; and (iii) others. 0 (p. 3, we shall deal with these binary predicates which belong to the class of modal operators.

For example, someone may express the concept of chest by the term “pectus”, another by the term “Brust”, still another by the term “poitrine” or “pecho”, “petto”, and so on. That means that one and the same concept may be named by a variety of terms. What complicates matters is that a particular term may in different contexts express different concepts. For instance, the term “pain” in “chest pain” means a physical suffering and discomfort, whereas in a context such as “you are forbidden to escape under pain of death” it indicates a threat.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.59 of 5 – based on 27 votes