Garin and Paul Oskar Kristeller: Existentialism, Neo-Kantianism and the Post-War Interpretation of Renaissance Humanism
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CitationHankins, James. 2011. Garin and Paul Oskar Kristeller: existentialism, neo-Kantianism, and the post-war interpretation of Renaissance humanism. In Eugenio Garin: Dal Rinascimento all'Illuminismo, ed. Michele Ciliberto, 481-505. Rome: Edizioni di Storia e Letteratura.
AbstractEugenio Garin and Paul Oskar Kristeller were the most important interpreters of Renaissance humanism in the half century following the Second World War. This article explores the differences between their two interpretations from a biographical perspective, making use of their unpublished correspondence. Key passages from their correspondence are published in an appendix.
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