Giulio Preti filosofo europeo
2004, cm 17 x 24, xiv-246 pp. con 1 tav. f.t.
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Giulio Preti (Pavia 1911-Djerba 1972) is one of the leading Italian philosophers of the 20th century. His works cover a wide range of topics, from epistemology to the philosophy of language, from ethics to the history of logic. He taught at the University of Florence from 1954 and left a lasting impression on his students, among them the editor of this volume. This collection of essays, devoted to Preti’s thought and personality, summarises his heritage and illustrates the relevance it has in today’s philosophical debates.