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Publication Detail
Towards a new philosophy of history. European Vichianism and Neapolitan Hegelianism (1804–48)
  • Publication Type:
    Journal article
  • Publication Sub Type:
    Article
  • Authors:
    de Arcangelis A
  • Publication date:
    24/04/2019
  • Pagination:
    226, 243
  • Journal:
    Journal of Modern Italian Studies
  • Volume:
    24
  • Issue:
    2
  • Status:
    Published
  • Print ISSN:
    1354-571X
Abstract
© 2019, © 2019 Informa UK Limited, trading as Taylor & Francis Group. This article examines how Hegel’s reception among nineteenth-century Neapolitan authors went hand-in-hand with a renewed interest in Giambattista Vico’s philosophy of history. It considers the mechanisms of circulation and reception that shaped responses to Hegelianism within the broader context of European debates on La Scienza Nuova. These developments largely directed Neapolitans’ understanding of Hegel’s ideas and encouraged the merging of local thought with wider European currents. Neapolitan Hegelians engaged very extensively with the works of French and northern Italian authors, such as Jules Michelet and Carlo Cattaneo, who had understood Vico as a proponent of an absolute concept of historical time that neatly dovetailed with the philosophical preoccupations common among German idealists. The article makes a case for a transnational understanding of Neapolitan Hegelianism, arguing that this current of thought did not merely stem from the passive absorption of Hegel’s ideas, but emerged as the synthesis of a local and a European dimension of philosophy.
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