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Benedetto Croce
Collected Works

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ISBN 9780367109943
Published March 27, 2019 by Routledge
2282 Pages

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Book Description

Originally published between 1921 and 1950 the volumes in this collection showcase many of the most important philosophical, political and literary works of Benedetto Croce. The volumes

  • Discuss key political, philosophical and aesthetic issues such as freedom and historical judgment
  • Reveal notes made by Croce from private meetings with Allied forces during 1943 and 1944
  • Examine and explain the literature of Dante, Goethe, Shakespeare, Ariosto and Corneille
  • Discuss the conception of liberty, liberalism and the relation of individual morality to the State.

Table of Contents

1. Edited by Ruth Nanda Anshen Freedom: its meaning. 978-0-367-13848-6

2. Benedetto Croce translated by Sylvia Sprigge. Croce, the king and the allies : extracts from a diary by Benedetto Croce, July 1943-June 1944 978-0-367-14001-4

3. Benedetto Croce translated by E. F. Carritt My Philosophy and other essays on the moral and political problems of our time 978-0-367-14095-3

4. Benedetto Croce. Translated by Grant Duff Douglas Ainslie The Poetry of Dante 978-0-367-14158-5

5. Benedetto Croce. Translated by Emily Anderson Goethe 978-0-367-14381-7

6. Benedetto Croce. Translated by Douglas Ainslie Ariosto, Shakespeare and Corneille 978-0-367-14437-1

7. Benedetto Croce. Translated by Salvatore J. Castiglione Politics and Morals 978-0-367-14360-2

8. Benedetto Croce. Translated by Henry Furst. History of Europe in the Nineteenth Century 978-0-367-14019-9

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