Ovvero sul principio divino e naturale delle cose. Un dialogo
2000, cm 15 x 21, xlvi-106 pp.
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Among the writings on the so-called Philosophy of Identity, this has a great importance thanks to its dialogical style. The doctrine of the absolute Identity, the only true one, and esoteric as the Greek mysteries, is explained by the philosopher called Bruno, one of the four characters involved in the dialogue. Besides reviving the Romantic ‘co-philosophized’, they also have the role of expressing four ‘idealtypical’ systems respectively: materialism, intellectualism, idealism and realism.