Indice del fascicolo 19: 25 febbraio 2018


L’Europa e Croce, di Domenico Panetta

Letture critiche

Benedetto Croce lettore e critico del “Faust”, di Ida De Michelis

Abstract: Benedetto Croce deals with Goethe’s Faust along his whole life. He identifies Faust as a masterpiece of the modern literature. In his monography Croce compares his critical views on Faust with the European criticism and proposes innovative solutions to the issues under discussion. The European perspective of Croce’s ideas does not neglect to underline the specifity of the reception in Italy of Faust’s myth. A myth and a work which he considers fundamental of the dialectic between tradition and modernity.

Vita intellettuale e affettiva di Benedetto Croce. Aggiunte, di Giancristiano Desiderio

The author explains that for Croce to think is equivalent to working, and working is equivalent to collaborating with the history of previous thought and, at the same time, with contemporaneity.

Croce antologizza se stesso: i saggi di critica e storia letteraria, di Maria Panetta

Abstract: The essay focuses on Filosofia Poesia Storia, the last antology edited by Croce, who published a selection of his own essays in 1951, one year before his death. In this book, according to the author of the article, lectors can feel all the sense of responsibility felt by Croce in deciding which kind of image of himself he wanted to give to the posterity.

Benedetto Croce e la dialettica, di Ernesto Paolozzi

Abstract: Analyzing Croce’s thought, the author of this article adfirms that only if dialectical thinking is recovered can one recover the sense of philosophy and of the other human sciences which, in some way, enter in relationship with it. A complexity’s thought can only be based on a critical-dialectical conception of history and of life.

Dal simbolo al concetto e dal concetto al simbolo. Le immagini religiose nel pensiero di Benedetto Croce, di Antonio Pirolozzi

Abstract: Benedetto Croce has never wanted to definitively erase the truths of the Christian religion. The philosopher, while considering these truths as myths, has always tried to transfigure the dogmas of religion into philosophical symbols of the universal Spirit. This contribution aims to retrace this speculative itinerary of Croce’s philosophy.



“19 domande su Benedetto Croce”. Intervista a Rosalia Peluso, a cura di Valeria Noli, di Renata Viti Cavaliere

“Passione e sintonia. Saggi e ricordi di un italianista” di Emerico Giachery, di Carmine Chiodo

“La letteratura è un cortile” di Walter Mauro, di Sara Zellini

“Letteratura latina inesistente” di Stefano Tonietto, di Claudio Morandini

“L’altra madre” di Andrej Longo, di Vittoria Russo

“L’Assente” di Sandro De Nobile, di Maria Panetta