Benedetto Croce

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The Honourable
Benedetto Croce
KOCI, COSML
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Member o the Italian Senate
In office
8 Mey 1948 – 20 November 1952
Constituency Naples
Member o the Italian Constituent Assembly
In office
25 Juin 1946 – 31 Januar 1948
Constituency At-large
Meenister o Public Eddication
In office
15 Juin 1920 – 4 Julie 1921
Prime Meenister Giovanni Giolitti
Precedit bi Andrea Torre
Succeedit bi Orso Mario Corbino
Member o the Italian Ryal Senate
In office
26 Januar 1910 – 24 Juin 1946
Monarch Victor Emmanuel III
Personal details
Born 25 Februar 1866(1866-02-25)
Pescasseroli, Italy
Dee'd 20 November 1952(1952-11-20) (aged 86)
Naples, Italy
Spoose(s) Adele Rossi (m. 1914; d. 1952)
Domestic partner Angelina Zampanelli (m. 1893; her d. 1913)
Bairns Elena, Alda, Silvia, Lidia
Profession Historian, writer, laundainer
Religion None (Christian atheism)[1][2][3]
Signatur

Filosofie career
Era 20t-century
Region Wastren filosofie
Schuil Idealism
Leeberalism
Historism[4] (storicismo)
Main interests
History, aesthetics, politics
Notable ideas
Liberism
Aesthetic expressivism[5] (airt expresses emotions, nae ideas)[6]

Benedetto Croce (Italian: [beneˈdetto ˈkroːtʃe]; 25 Februar 1866 – 20 November 1952) wis an Italian idealist filosofer, historian an politeecian. He wrote on numerous topics, includin filosofie, history, historiografie an aesthetics. He wis a leeberal, awtho he opponed laissez-faire free tred an haed conseederable influence on ither Italian intellectuals, includin baith Marxist Antonio Gramsci an fascist Giovanni Gentile.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Benedetto Croce (1942). Why we cannot not call ourselves Christians. La Critica. 
  2. Marcello Pera (10 October 2013). Why We Should Call Ourselves Christians: The Religious Roots of Free Societies. Encounter Books. p. 219. 
  3. Roberto Pertici (21 October 2007). "Quando Benedetto Croce dialogava su Dio". l'Occidentale. 
  4. Robin Headlam Wells, Glenn Burgess, Rowland Wymer (eds.), Neo-historicism: Studies in Renaissance Literature, History, and Politics, Boydell & Brewer Ltd, 2000, p. 3.
  5. Berys Gaut and Dominic McIver Lopes, The Routledge Companion to Aesthetics, Routledge, 2002, ch. 11: "Expressivism: Croce and Collingwood."
  6. Benedetto Croce, Breviario di estetica, 1912: "Not the idea, but the feeling, is what confers upon art the airy lightness of a symbol: an aspiration enclosed in the circle of a representation—that is art." [Non l'idea, ma il sentimento è quel che conferisce all'arte l'aerea leggerezza del simbolo: un'aspirazione chiusa nel giro di una rappresentazione, ecco l'arte.]
  7. Lorenzo Benadusi, Giorgio Caravale, George L. Mosse's Italy: Interpretation, Reception, and Intellectual Heritage, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, p. 17