T.H. Green e il mito dell’empirismo britannico
2003, cm 17 x 24, 226 pp.
- About this book
The book focuses on the intersection between two main themes: the views of the early British idealist T.H. Green – in particular those concerning metaphysics and epistemology – and the history of the reception of David Hume’s philosophy in the 19th century. Green’s lengthy introduction to his edition of Hume’s philosophical works (1874) is seen as a major contribution to the spreading of the so-called 'Reid-Beattie interpretation' of Hume’s philosophy.