Giulio Preti, the Italian philosophy of science, and the neo-Kantian tradition
This paper offers a brief survey of the influence of Kantian and neo-Kantian philosophy on Italian philosophy of science. At the core of the story stands Giulio Preti, a former disciple of Antonio Banfi who offered a sophisticated version of the relativized a priori embracing the historical knowledge too.
Ferrari, M. (2013)., Neglected history: Giulio Preti, the Italian philosophy of science, and the neo-Kantian tradition, in H. Andersen, D. Dieks, T. Uebel, W. J. González & G. Wheeler (eds.), New challenges to philosophy of science, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 411-422.
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