This book is a systematic work in which its author proposes to set out a complete treatment of the problematic of Moral Philosophy, and identifies in the development of modern thought from Spinoza to the most recent outcomes of Anglo-Saxon Idealism the historical framework in which its deepest and most consistent statements have been formulated. All the philosophical doctrines there expounded are submitted to an immanent theoretical critique from the viewpoint of Absolute Idealism.

L'etica dell'idealismo moderno

RINALDI, GIACOMO
2016-01-01

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This book is a systematic work in which its author proposes to set out a complete treatment of the problematic of Moral Philosophy, and identifies in the development of modern thought from Spinoza to the most recent outcomes of Anglo-Saxon Idealism the historical framework in which its deepest and most consistent statements have been formulated. All the philosophical doctrines there expounded are submitted to an immanent theoretical critique from the viewpoint of Absolute Idealism.
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