Giuseppe Tarantino

Giuseppe Tarantino

Giuseppe Tarantino

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Philosopher Giuseppe Tarantino (1857-1950), Rector at the University of Pisa, Italy, helped introduce American and European philosophy to the Italian educational system. Tarantino was mostly forgotten after his death, until a collection of his writings on philosophy and pedagogy (Speranze e Proposte Formative nel Primo Novecento: la Lezione di Giuseppe Tarantino, edited by Filippo Tarantino) was published by Levante in 1995.

Tarantino was best known for his critique of Thomas Hobbes, which focused on the relationship between Hobbes's logic and psychology.E. Ritchie, review of Tarantino, Saggio sulle idee Morali e Politiche di Tommaso Hobbes, The Philosophical Review, Vol. 10, No. 5. (Sep., 1901), p. 568. An earlier book on the concept of free will, Saggio sulla Volontà, was also well-received by anglophone philosophers.Anonymous review, Mind, New Series, Vol. 8, No. 29. (Jan., 1899), 133.


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