Milano, Paolo
December 1952
New Republic;12/29/52, Vol. 127 Issue 26, p18
Entertainment Review
Discusses contribution of Benedetto Croce, the Italian philosopher, in Italian culture. Distinction of Croce as a thinker in the field of aesthetics; Analysis of economist Karl Marx's doctrine in literary work of Croce; Participation of Croce in political activates and Italian liberty; Views of American and Britisher intellectuals regarding creative ability of the philosopher.


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