Ern and Rosmini: “an unexpected intimate familiarity”

Azzaro Pulvirenti, Rosalia (2005) Ern and Rosmini: “an unexpected intimate familiarity”. In: International Conference 'TOWARDS A SYNTHETIC UNITY OF EUROPEAN CULTURE: PHILOSOPHICO-THEOLOGICAL HERITAGE OF PAVEL FLORENSKY AND MODERNITY'. Moscow 28 September-2 October 2005, 28 Settembre-2 Ottobre 2005, Mosca. (In Press)

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This work contains two parts, the first of which, The Unexpected Familiarity and Ern, includes several paragraphs: Ern reads Rosmini’s «Teosofia» (Teosophy), A Mention about Sofia Wisdom of God, Obscuring of a Metaphysical Branch in Western Thought, and Ern’s Cultural Parabola. In the second one, Fundamental Ideas of Rosmini, I would like to give just some glimpse of his philosophy for a first comparison, namely the following: The Idea of Being, Cognitive Act: Intellective Perception and Feeling, Synthesism and the Three Forms of Being, Intellectual Charity, Logos Light of Soul and Church. The conclusions underline that this “unexpected great intimate familiarity” between Italian and Russian philosophical thought, according to Ern’s words, has been recently recognized, particularly from John Paul II.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Subjects: 200 Religione > 240 Teologia morale e devozionale cristiana
200 Religione > 210 Filosofia e teoria della religione
100 Filosofia e Psicologia > 110 Metafisica
Depositing User: Ricercatore Rosalia Azzaro Pulvirenti
Date Deposited: 23 May 2006
Last Modified: 20 May 2010 12:01

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