Paolo Falzone, The Pradise of Poets, the Allegory of the Philosophers. Croce, Gentile and Karl Vossler’s Dante
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Following the discussion that Croce and Gentile undertook between 1907 and 1908 on a review of Gentile on Karl Vossler’s Dante, the essay goes back to the origin of the two philosophers’ reflection on Dante’s poetry. In these letters, through a close comparison with desanctisian criticism, problems emerge that will remain central in the neo-idealistic reading of the Poet: the relationship between the intellectual element and poetry, the aesthetic evaluation of Paradiso, the essence of allegory.
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