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Philosophical Essays

Critic Rationalism as Historical-objective Transcendentalism- Edited by Fabio Minazzi- Translation from Italian by Richard Sadleir

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Fabio Minazzi

These Philosophical Essays by Giulio Preti explore, with particular acuteness and originality, some of the major problems addressed by contemporary philosophy. Preti’s objective was to outline a «scientific» philosophy capable of embodying the rigour and concern for the factual found in scientific procedure.
His analysis engaged with the complex tradition of logical empiricism and he also devoted attention to pragmatism and the philosophy of praxis in early Marx. Preti succeeded in establishing a dialogue with these traditions of thought while also considering both Husserl’s early phenomenology and the methodical approach derived from Kantian and neo-Kantian transcendentalism.
He used this wide range of theoretical and practical horizons in innovative ways, presenting a critical metareflection receptive to these varying positions. In doing so Preti developed a new critical rationalism that incorporated a historical-objective transcendentalism.

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319 Index of Names Abbagnano, Nicola 44 Abel 314 Abelard 181-182, 283 Adam 230, 248 Agazzi, Evandro 48-49 Ajdukiewicz, Kazimierz 205 Alarcos Llorach, Emilio 183n, 187 Albert of Saxony 182 Alembert, Jean-Baptiste Le Rond de 113 Alessio, Franco 47-48 Alexander the Great 228 Alexander, Henry Gavin 235n Alighieri, Dante 45 Anceschi, Luciano 43 Andersen, Hans Christian 13-14, 19 Appollonius Dyscolus 181 Archimedes 114, 242 Ariadne 114 Aristotle 38, 89, 93, 100, 106, 181, 191-192, 209, 214n, 217, 260, 278, 296 Arthur, Christopher John 227n Ayer, Alfred Jules 37, 46, 99, 295 Bacon, Francis 73, 75, 77-78, 105, 303, 315 Banfi, Antonio 9-10, 17-19, 21n, 25-26, 27n, 43-46, 57n, 58, 68 and n, 102n, 257, 291 Bartolo from Sassoferrato 38 Bauch, Bruno 277, 280 Beadle, George Wells 234n Ben Aziza, Hmaid 49 Benaissa, Lotfi 49 Bentham, George 118 Bergmann, Gustav 165, 295 Bergson, Henri-Louis 243, 250 Berkeley, George 98, 113, 147 Bernoulli, Jacques 239-241 Bertin, Giovanni Maria 18-19, 43 Black, Max 57n, 59n, 61n, 94n, 106-108, 165 Bobbio, Norberto 44, 229n Boethius 181-182, 209 Bolzano, Bernhard 144 Boole, George 118 Borel, Emile 237 and n, 238-239 Boydston, Jo Ann 77n Boyle, Robert 98, 265 Breal, Michel Jules Alfred 197 Brentano, Franz 302 Bridgman, Percy William 65 Brissa, Ettore 48 Broad Dunbar Charlie 21 and n, 22-23, 116, 146 Brøndal, Rasmus Viggo 183, 187 and n, 188, 190, 194-196 Brondino, Michele 49 Brouwer, Luitzen Egbertus Jan 64, 139 Buccellato, Manlio 282n Burali-Forti, Cesare 121 and n Buridan 42, 182 Burnham, James...

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