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Author: Sevilla Fernández, José Manuel
Department: Universidad de Sevilla. Departamento de Metafísica y Corrientes Actuales de la Filosofía, Ética y Filosofía Política
Date: 2003
Published in: Cuadernos sobre Vico, 15-16, 233-252.
Document type: Article
Abstract: La recepción de Vico en el pensamiento y la obra del filósofo español Eugenio Imaz, exiliado en México, ha sido evidente. Vico, junto a Dilthey, Croce o Collingwood, ha sido uno de los autores "familiares" de Imaz, el cual ha influido notablemente en su humanismo integral y en su historicismo filosófico. Vico's reception in the thought and work of the Spanish philosopher Eugenio Imaz, exiled in México, was evident. Vico, along with Dilthey, Croce or Collingwood, has been one of the "familiar" authors of Imaz, which has notably influenced his integral humanism and his philosophical historicism.
Cite: Sevilla Fernández, J.M. (2003). Vico en Eugenio Imaz. Cuadernos sobre Vico, 15-16, 233-252.
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