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The Philosophical Ideas of Giambattista Vico i
Herder and the Enlightenment
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activity ancient Aristotle Arnaldo Momigliano believed Benedetto Croce central century Christian civilization conceived conception conscious created creation creative critics Croce culture Descartes divine doctrine empirical entire Erich Auerbach evidence example experience expression external world fact feeling French German Giambattista Vico Goethe grasp Greeks Grotius Hamann Hegel Herder historians historicism Homer human ideas imagination individual institutions intellectual intelligible interpretation invented Jules Michelet jurists Kant knowledge language later Leibniz live logic Lucretius mathematics men's metaphysical methods Michelet mind modern Montesquieu moral myths natural law natural sciences notion original outlook Paolo Rossi particular passions past pattern perhaps philosophical physical poetry political Polybius primitive principle priori Professor Renaissance Roman Roman law rules scholars scientific Scienza seems sense social society speak Spinoza spirit stage symbols theory things thinkers thought timeless tradition true truth understand universal verum Vico Vico's Voltaire wholly words writers