It may be of some interest that Benedetto Croce, the «philosopher of the spirit», known as a determined Hegelian, found his way to Hegel via Marx. There he found a concrete and vivid Hegelianism, diVering from those who reduced Hegel into a «platonizing theologian». Croce’s discussion of Marx, which is impressing in its critical but non–polemical clarity, is mainly devoted to three topics: the meaning of Historical Materialism — which is not to be seen as a philosophy of history but rather as some methodological, heuristic principle — some elements of Marxian view on economy like the thesis of equality of work and value and, finally, the relation of these two fields to socialism and justice. Contrary to Marx Croce thinks that for the realization of socialism and justice people need some kind of moral incentive.
|Titolo della pubblicazione ospite||Croce e la modernità tedesca|
|Numero di pagine||12|
|Stato di pubblicazione||Published - 2017|